I’m more productive discussing stuff in writing than in real life. Using Slack (which I love) and posting responses on tickets is a better way for me to get my voice heard.
For me WordCamps are all about meeting, learning, talking and discussing. Last week I was so lucky to be able to visit WordCamp San Francisco 2014 (WCSF14) with the accessibility contributors team.
After the conference there was a discussion day about several topics to improve WordPress and two days of working with different contributor teams to make new plans and work together. This last three days were held at Automattic, which was kind of special.
Graham Armfield will blog about what we did as a team and what our plans are, and I blogged about WCSF14 itself, but here’s what I learned personally.
Continue reading “Jet lag and double Dutch at WCSF14”
Recently I discovered Contact Form 7 (CF7) by Takayuki Miyoshi. A plugin to create forms on a WordPress website. I was looking for an accessible alternative for Gravity Forms, and discovered that Contact Form 7 does an excellent job! Continue reading “How to set up an accessible form using Contact Form 7 in WordPress”
The Oogvereniging (Eye association) has a WordPress WCAG 2.0 AA website that is maintained by more than 20 volunteers, all with different visual impairments. Teaching them in one afternoon how to use WordPress for adding and maintaining content was not an easy task. Continue reading “Teaching WordPress to 23 visually impaired content managers”
This weekend WordCamp Europe 2013 was held for the first time, in Leiden the Netherlands. Great expectations: the schedule of talks promised a lot. But I was there with a mission and really, WordCamp Europe was a success and so much fun. Continue reading “WordCamp Europe 2013: lessons learned”
An overview of the new and old hooks in the Genesis Framework 2.0 for WordPress.
Just a quick reminder so I dont have to dig into the code all the time.
Continue reading “New versus old hooks in Genesis 2.0”