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by Wally Metts
Even though WordPress is constantly adding new tools and modalities, content is still king. And good content requires concrete, concise and credible writing. Whether you are writing long form or short form blog posts, the basics never change. And we aren’t talking about grammar here—we’re talking about passion, purpose and personality.
Review some things you forgot, renew some energy you’ve lost, and reclaim some content you own with a fresh vision and a clear voice.
With WordPress 3.0 came the power of custom post types (CPTs). They can be rather intimidating to implement for the first time, but I’ll attempt to make your learning curve less steep than mine was.
In this discussion I’ll cover:
I’ll touch on related topics including custom taxonomies, custom metaboxes, and custom page templates for the archives and single post pages for your CPT.
In security circles, WordPress may have a stigma of being insecure however, the community has made great progress in improving the security around WordPress. In this talk, David will discuss what you can do as a user or maintainer of a WordPress site to improve the security beyond relying on the default settings.
David will also take a look at why it is important to pay attention to the security of your sites and cover recent security incidents and the community response.
12th–13th November 2011