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    • 1. A Brief History of PluginsWordCamp Phoenix 2012Andrew Ryno
    • 2. What is a plugin?
    • 3. What can plugins do?
    • 4. “Hello, Dolly”
    • 5. SEO
    • 6. NO MORE SPAM
    • 7. BACKUPS
    • 8. Plugins are cool. How do you get them?
    • 9. http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/
    • 10. 18,480 plugins and counting
    • 11. define( ‘WP_DEBUG’, true );define( ‘SCRIPT_DEBUG’, true );define( ‘SAVEQUERIES’, true );
    • 12. 1. Rename a plugin folder.2. Does the site work now?3. If not, rename another one. If it does,that plugin is bad.4. Go from there.
    • 13. Use the support forums.http://wordpress.org/support/
    • 14. Some Recommended Plugins:- Akismet- Jetpack by WordPress.com- Backup Buddy/WP-DB-Backup- W3 Total Cache- WordPress SEO by Yoast- Google Analytics for WordPress- Gravity Forms- User Role Manager- WP Facebook Open Graph protocol- WP Touch- Theme My *- and many more...
    • 15. Andrew Ryno@andrewrynohttp://andrewryno.com/

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