For basic content publishing needs, the ease-of-use of WordPress shines. Unfortunately, once a project exceeds 500 pages, using WordPress is much less straightforward. How has Boston University made it work? From a technical standpoint, building relationships between content objects and creating simple to use UIs for managing the relationships is key. Once established, the semantic relationships can be coupled with bits of meta data to construct menus, indexes, facets, filters, and so much more. Using code examples, this talk will highlight essential parts of the WordPress API and demonstrate various techniques used in BU plugins and themes that help us build better large websites.
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