Paul Gilzow (wpDirAuth, Presentation) Locking down recon to reduce ability to detect (fingerprint) what’s running. https://builtwith.com/ualr.edu https://wpscan.org/ Counter measures Use apache mod_authz File protection protect wp-content (no reason for php files to be able to be directly executed in wp-content, implicitly deny everything and whitelist things that are allowed—things that need to be downloaded as …
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Avoid security risks when using the WordPress REST API plugin (soon to be in core).
Learn how to test, track, and increase the speed of your website.
Taking responsive design beyond CSS gives you control over your display in a content-specific way.
Slow pages have poor SEO ratings. There are plugins that can improve site performance, and your choice of hosting provider can have the greatest impact on the speed of your site.
Customizer is WordPress’s Theme Customization API and is becoming part of core soon.
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Mastering RWD is difficult enough, doing it with a WordPress theme and no knowledge its intended use or future content is even harder. In this talk you’ll learn how to create WordPress themes that will maintain their responsive integrity over time. You’ll also learn how to build tools and strategies that you can implement in …
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Jonathan Williams (wcfay, @johnwilliams, links, all presentations) “Developing for open-source software is generous and optimistic… but when you talk about security, you have to consider the world your enemy.” — John Williams
Dustin Williams (wcfay, session, @relmone, slides, all presentations) Let’s learn how to seduce users with ux and ui with a design-veloper.