This talk will cover how to work through five of the most common WordPress sticking points we see with our customers. From what we’ve seen after a few years of data, these consistently come up again and again. We’ll cover some tips and tricks to quickly diagnose and remedy all of the following.
- Troubleshooting Forms and Email Delivery
- Determining what’s to blame for slow site performance
- Controlling user access and permissions
- Collecting email addresses for marketing
- Discovering a rogue plugin that’s causing issues or instability
This month’s meeting will be held at Mojo Themes
12159 S. Business Park Dr. Suite #160
Draper, UT 84020
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This month we have Matt Zak from WP Site Care presenting. In this presentation, we’ll cover the basics of using categories and tags to help users navigate your site, and how the default taxonomies can be leveraged for SEO.
We will be taking a tour of the GA dashboard and identifying some useful tools you may not know exist. There will be a short list of action items for everyone to take away. We will look into custom reporting and how to become more productive with your sites’ analytics.
Or how a virtually unknown developer in the WP community became a lead developer of one of the world’s top 10 WordPress plugins.
How often do you find yourself frustrated by unanswered support requests about plugins or themes ? How often do you find yourself thinking “this plugin *nearly* does what I need, but not completely” ? And how often do you wonder why a bug which you fixed locally, still isn’t fixed in the #th official update of a plugin?
In this interactive talk I will take you on a journey through how I became involved with WordPress SEO by Yoast, what the effect has been on me personally and on my business, show you how git made it a lot easier to start contributing to (a lot of) plugins and themes, share some best practices, and tell you some anecdotes about the hurdles you might run into working in a virtual team and why white screens do happen.