A few months ago, I was a guest on my friend, Michelle’s, podcast. We talked about our experiences in the WordPress Community here in Rochester, as well as my experience with WPCampus, a community for and by folks who work with WordPress in Higher Ed. I’m so honored that Michelle asked me to on her show, I’ve been a little scared to put this out there because, well, it’s scary! But here it is, and I’m so happy to be part of these communities, where I’ve learned more than I ever though I would and has put me on a path to make the world a more accessible place! (#a11y).
Throughout my journey as a web developer, I’ve discovered an abundance of invaluable online resources that have aided me in my work. I am grateful to the many individuals who have generously shared their knowledge and experience through various platforms. I have compiled a list, which I am sharing below, for your reference. I hope that you too can benefit from these resources. If you have any queries regarding website development, reach out to me.
Accessibility is not only important for your website to create a space where everyone can access your products and services, it’s also a legal issue. It can be an overwhelming undertaking to understand how to make your website accessible to all, but there are many resources to help you on your way!
WPShout – indepth WordPress Tutorials for Developers
WPCampus Library – growing collection of knowledge shared by members of the WPCampus community
I will continue adding to this list. Leave a comment with your favorite web development resources, and I’ll add them to my list! See my list of plugins, themes, and hosting recommendations, they are my affiliate links so I make a small commission if you use the links (and I appreciate it!!)
WordCamp Rochester 2018 is coming up soon! We have a kickass schedule with some great sessions to learn all about what’s going on in the WordPress world. You wanna learn more about Gutenberg and how it will effect your website? Check out the sessions and join us for a fun day of networking. I’m one of the organizers this year, so hit me up if you have any questions.
I have an interesting issue, and I’m wondering if anyone out there might have some ideas for me.
I’ve got a wordpress site setup (I’m building an Intranet with). I’ve got HESK integrated as well as http commander for a built-in helpdesk/kb and AD file share viewing capabilities. I’m using an active directory login pluggin to hook the site to AD authentication.
What I’d like to do is figure out how to make it a single sign-on. If a user is authenticated on the site with their AD creds, shouldn’t it be somewhat easy to pass that info to iframe for http commander so that they can view their file shares without having to login twice? and the HESK thing – that is a whole other user table in the database, so I have a bit of research to do on that. My ultimate goal is to have one sign on for wordpress, and be done.
Any brilliant ideas?