Jose Castaneda is a WordPress fanatic, theme reviewer, father, husband and life-lesson learner. He loves to learn new things and loves to share those lessons. He works on open-source projects when he can and try to give back when he is able to.
Jose is a member of the Theme Review Team but also spends a lot of time on the support forums helping people with their WordPress issues.
Building a Successful WordPress Business
No one can dispute the power that democratized publishing affords us. After all, anyone today can start a website and be heard by the world. And of course, WordPress has played a central role in all this. But let’s face it, we have a problem on our hands. Over the past year now, misinformation on the internet seems to have reached a tipping point, not just in the United States, but all over the world. From the persistence of content designed to manipulate our emotions to the polarization of politics and the spread of radicalism, all of these issues can be attributed in some way to the ease with which anyone can find a voice on the internet today. My talk will therefore 1) describe the problems democratization can create, and 2) discuss potential solutions. To paraphrase a well-known saying, “The price of democratization is eternal vigilance.”
“This presentation will:
▪ Define what a Component Library is
▪ How to use a Component Library
▪ Essential ingredients for creating your own Component Library
▪ How atomic design and component libraries work together
▪ How to consolidate your components used in a project into a pattern library”
This session will describe the benefits of decoupled language pack updating, and why you should do this for your plugins and themes not hosted with wordpress.org.