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Word press 3 @ wordcamp
Word press 3 @ wordcamp
Word press 3 @ wordcamp
Word press 3 @ wordcamp
Word press 3 @ wordcamp
Word press 3 @ wordcamp
Word press 3 @ wordcamp
Word press 3 @ wordcamp
Word press 3 @ wordcamp
Word press 3 @ wordcamp
Word press 3 @ wordcamp
Word press 3 @ wordcamp
Word press 3 @ wordcamp
Word press 3 @ wordcamp
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Slides from the WordPress 3.0 & Parent-child themes presentation by Tris Hussey and Catherine Winters for WordCamp Vancouver 2010

Slides from the WordPress 3.0 & Parent-child themes presentation by Tris Hussey and Catherine Winters for WordCamp Vancouver 2010

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    • 1. WordPress 3 @ WordCamp Vancouver It’s not all that scary different
    • 2. What Isn't New This is an evolutionary update, not revolutionary Dashboard Admin screens the same Image editor Custom Post Types & Custom Taxonomies (they are just better now) When you update to 3.0...things will work the same, but improved
    • 3. What Is New WP and WPMU merged WordPress Menus for themes (and sidebar widgets!) Custom header & custom backgrounds are built into core so themes can tap into them more easily Front-end access to Custom Post Types and Custom Taxonomies New template files: authors, front page, custom post types, taxonomies Importers are installed only if you need them Easier bulk updating of plugins and themes New theme: Twenty Ten
    • 4. WordPress Menus Based on code from Woo Themes Very, very easy drag-and-drop editing menus Mix Pages, Categories, & static links together—including parent-child menus! More themes will support it post-launch of 3.0 Even if your theme doesn't support Menus you can use them as sidebar widgets!
    • 5. Twenty Ten New default theme Intended that there will be a new default every year Uses: Custom header Custom background Menus Designed to be a parent theme It’s a solid, basic theme
    • 6. Custom Taxonomies & Custom Post Types Both were introduced in previous versions Now they have more useful applications and interfaces within WordPress Recommendation: Wait for themes and plugins to help you use them.
    • 7. Multisite Mode Not turned on by magic Not made easier, just one codebase Still essentially WordPress MU, so still not for the code-shy Have to edit wp-config.php to allow multisite to be turned on Add define('WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE', true); to wp-config.php to reveal the menu option under tools
    • 8. KUBRICK
    • 9. KUBRICK TWENTY TEN
    • 10. KUBRICK TWENTY TEN DOT FIVE TWENTY TEN
    • 11. Twenty Ten Parent-child Theme Demo You start with Twenty Ten Create a new style sheet And you have a new child theme!
    • 12. Twenty Ten Parent-child Theme Demo You start with Twenty Ten Create a new style sheet And you have a new child theme!
    • 13. Twenty Ten Parent-child Theme Demo You start with Twenty Ten Create a new style sheet And you have a new child theme!
    • 14. Questions?
    • 15. Our Coordinates Tris tris@trishussey.com http://trishussey.com Twitter: trishussey Catherine catherine@catherinewinters.com http://catherineomega.com Twitter: CatherineOmega

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