Wow, a new year, it’s been so long since I went to a WordPress Meetup. We are here at Launchpad 3 a cool co-working space in Cremorne Melbourne. The centre stage is built in a W class Old Melbourne Tram.
Have you seen the term sprite used in web design and ever wondered what it is and what its used for? Or how to use it in your next web project?
Well I have, and today I’m going to write about it as I learn what it is and how I can use it in my next theme build.
Setting up a local WordPress environment Everyone has their own method for building and hosting their WordPress site. One easy solution is building it locally then exporting it to your live server. Chris is going to show you a great solution for both Mac and PC, that lets you work locally and helps get your […]
How to Configure Https on self hosted WordPress site. The ins and outs of how I implement it.
December English Google Webmaster Hangout Discusses the latest issues Facing SEO’s for 2016
As a beginner to SEO, it can be hard to know where to look, who to trust, and what to implement straight away. I know i’ve been right there in your shoes, it doesn’t have to be overwhelming.
Have you ever wanted to increase conversions, or have a one on one conversation with a potential customer, or offer instant support to a customer, and wondered how it can be implemented into your small business workflow. Well there is a solution. You may have seen them but never thought you could implement them on […]
This months, Meetup is in full swing, nice to see some beautiful weather, the start of Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival, and a good turn up for the November Meetup. This month, we moved it to the Thursday. Last year we had to cancel, (realising that the meetup which is usually the first tuesday of each […]
Chris La Nauze – Two Step Authentication with WordPress How safe is your site from a hack attempt? With the increase in WordPress’ popularity worldwide, the risks increase that your site might become a target of a botnet exploit, a malicious competitor, a hacker, a rogue customer or some other attacker. What are you doing […]