To manage successful website projects, the web consultancy must anticipate potential obstacles, and prevent them from appearing.
This miniseries is about overcoming some common obstacles. If we can eliminate these common problems, we’ll have more successful projects, our clients will be happier during our projects, and our clients will get better results long-term.
WooCommerce is the leading e-commerce solution on WordPress, and powers millions of online stores.
However, customizing certain elements in WooCommerce isn’t always as obvious as one might presume.
This tutorial looks at how to change one of those elements, the review stars.
Just a few days ago, the very first Sacramento WordCamp took place.
WordCamps are conferences centered around WordPress, the platform that powers one out of every four websites on Earth.
This was significant, as Sacramento was perhaps the largest American city to never host a WordCamp prior to now.
I had the opportunity to give a presentation on on iThemes Security, a plugin which helps repel attacks against your website (aka keeping the bad guys out).
Here are the slides from my presentation. (If the video is later posted to WordPress.tv, I’ll post that here, too.)
— Karla Amanda Brown (@WebDevKAB) November 8, 2015
— Anthony Skelton (@ajskelton) November 8, 2015
On November 7th, 2015, Sacramento hosted it’s very first WordCamp (conference for WordPress users and developers).
I was blessed to not only be chosen as a speaker, but I was also able to help out as a volunteer and sponsor.
A year ago in San Francisco, I really focused on hearing all the talks, and though I met a few people, I din’t mingle all that much.
This time, in Sacramento, I went in the opposite direction, and really focused on meeting people from out of town, and here in Sacramento.