Plugins

Plugins are invaluable. By using them well, they help to create a website that is interesting and easy-to-use, whilst providing a wealth of functionality to your site, for both front- and back-end users.

Here, you’ll see videos and slides of past presentations at WordPress London events that focus on WordPress plugins and plugin development.

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All-in-one GDPR

We'll be looking at the development process and the problems solved by our compliance toolkit to help your ...

WP-CLI: An Intro and Interesting Use Cases

WP-CLI is the command line interface for WordPress. In this talk, John will introduce the core concepts of ...

The Joys and Hardships of Adding Cloud Services to WordPress

In this talk Nic will step through both the product and engineering challenges of tightly integrating a complex ...

Plugins Uncovered – Nov. 2017

We all have our favourite go-to plugins, often using them repeatedly on our client projects.  We may have ...

Page Builder Panel – The Pros & Cons Of Them In Your Workflow

Featuring Doug Belchamber, Keith Devon and Mike Pead; this will be an open panel discussion around the use ...

Plugins Uncovered – March 2017

We all have our favourite go-to plugins, often using them repeatedly on our client projects.  We may have ...

Making a simple quiz plugin using React and the WP REST API

If you’ve ever wanted to build something, anything, with the WordPress REST API but were not sure where ...

Tidy Up Your WordPress Site for the New Year

With the start of the new year, now is the time to ensure that your content is up-to-date.

Preparing Your Plugin for a .org Release

How do you get a plugin onto the WordPress.org repository? What steps do you need to take? Are ...

How we created Google Docs-style editing for WordPress posts and pages

Poetica is a beta WordPress plugin that inserts Google Docs-style collaboration into your WordPress posts and pages. Co-founder and ...

Adding Composer to your WordPress development toolbox

Neil be looking at how to use Composer as a tool to manage and maintain WordPress based sites ...

BuddyPress; an overview of recent updates, and what to expect in the year ahead

If you’re not familiar with BuddyPress, it helps you run any kind of social network on your WordPress, ...

Version Control For WordPress Sites

The way WordPress was created is very "forward-centric" – you click in the admin area and the changes ...

Building a WordPress Github Plugin Updater

Lets take a look at how we can get WordPress to look for plugin updates from private Github ...

Front End Workflow Automation for Theme and Plugin Development

The emergence of preprocessors, front-end frameworks, HTML5 and CSS3 has made front-end a far richer and more complex ...

WordPress Security

The recent HeartBleed vulnerability has brought web security into the mainstream news recently. This talk will cover some ...

Google Publisher Plugin

Michael Smith will be discussing the Google Publish WordPress Plugin.

My First Plugin

A guide to playing with content using a filter.

I feel the need, the need for speed

Darren Grant gives a lightning talk on optimising WordPress.

WP-API

Access your WordPress site's data through an easy-to-use HTTP REST API

Themes, Plugins and Accessibility

One of the recent WordPress accessibility initiatives has been the introduction of the 'accessibility-ready' tag for theme authors ...

Developing and selling WordPress plugins

Dan will talk about the journey from finding a problem to solve, building a solution and submitting to ...

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Have a nagging question about WordPress? Not sure who to ask? No question is a stupid question, so ...
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