You’ve just built a great theme, but how can you get more people to use it? All the steps you’ll need to follow to get your brand new theme internationalized and localized. If gettext, Poedit, POT files GlotPress, all seem like a foreign language to you, this session will change that.
These are the slides from my talk at WordCamp San Francisco 2013.
Want more? Try my slides on building multilingual sites or check out my article on multilingual WordPress sites on .net magazine.
Seen and unseen, tiny bits of data are hard at work on every website. Search engines and social networks are using this information. But are you making them work for you? Microformats, microdata, metadata : what are they, what do they do, and how can you use them to attract visitors and improve SEO on your WordPress site.
If you liked the presentation on structured data that I gave at the Social Capital Conference, this is part II – micro social applied to WordPress. The last presentation was for a general audience, and this one is meant for intermediate bloggers and for developers. I gave this talk last weekend at WordCamp Montreal 2013.
Check out my slides from WordCamp Montreal.
If you are looking for a checklist for general users, check out my previous post.
I recently spoke at WordCamp Montreal 2012 on responsive design for WordPress. If you missed it, you can catch my presentation on YouTube, or check out my slides.