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by Tammy Hart
The foundations of plugin and theme development.
by Joel Norris
Developing WordPress themes from the ground up is time consuming and costly to sustain, as version iterate. Using a theme framework such as Thesis or Genesis can speed up development time and drastically reduce site maintenance over time.
This talk covers the very basic things you need to know to get started with CSS and a brief overview of the best ways to add CSS to WordPress themes.
by Judi Knight
This presentation will give the scoop on themes. Specifically, What is a theme? What is GPL licensing? What is difference between free themes and premium themes. What are theme frameworks and why use child themes? And why certain themes are better than others depending on what your background is ie: coder, designer, beginner or intermediate skill level.
by George Ortiz
Description: 14% of the web uses WordPress. That’s 70+ million blogs delivering content to users, who in turn are responding with even more content. All of this content, or data, is going untapped as we stumble around and keep asking the same questions:
What makes a great WordPress theme?
What makes a great blog post?
How is WordPress being used?
When I attended WordCamp SF, these questions came up and I noticed a pain in pulling these answers out in an easy way. Fast forward 3 months and came PressTrends, a simple way for developers, designers, and WordPress users to gather trends and insights.
The goal of the talk is to bring into the light the amount of data being produced, how to get this data, and finally how this data can be valuable to building better themes and producing better content.
14th–15th January 2012