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Beyond Blogging
Dr Chris Lomas and Michael Nolan
Edge Hill University
blogs.edgehill.ac.uk/webservices
@chrislomas and @mi...
WordPress History
2003
WordPress forked from
b2/cafelog
2004
Plugins
2005
Themes
2007
Taxonomies
2008
CMS functions
2010
WordPress µ becomes Multisite
2013
WordPress 3.6
WordPress Hosting
Widgets
WordPress at Edge Hill
2006
First foray into blogging
2007
blogs.edgehill.ac.uk
2007
Hi Applicant Website
2008-2009
Standalone WordPress sites
2008-2010
Symfony Corporate Website
December 2010
OMAC!
OMAC?!
Online Marketing and Communications
“Give academic departments
more control over their
content”
Director of Corporate Communications and Student Recruitment
“CMS have the wrong model of
website management – they
assume that people care about
their pages”
Michael Nolan, 2009
Open Source
Themes, plugins, hack the source code and no vendor lock-in.
Community
Online, IRL
Lightweight
Essential functionality; limited roles; simple workflow
Constantly evolving
Support
Content Inventories
WordPress Training
WordPress Documentation
Lessons Learnt
December 2010
OMAC!
September 2011
90% departments in WordPress
June 2012
Final 10% migrated
2011-2013
Support departments, research centres, conferences
16 August 2012
Biology and Geography
January 2012
JISC Course Data Project
Edge Hill Course Data Project
Build a system to manage CPD, PG and online course information
Custom Post Types
Structured data rather than just “content”
XCRI-CAP data feed
January 2013
About the University
Web Fonts
Web Fonts
<script type="text/javascript"
src="//use.typekit.net/yyt1mxx.js"
type="text/javascript"></script>
.main-title {...
<script>
// Function to slabtext the About Slider Content headings
try {
Typekit.load({
loading: function() {
// Javascrip...
March 2013
News
WordPress as a Framework
April & May 2013
Events
Top WordPress Features
Responsive Design
Child of Twenty Twelve, jPanelMenu, in-site navigation
oEmbed
Post Formats
Custom Post Types
Featured Images
Media Library
Image editor, drag and drop upload, built in gallery
Sidebars and Widgets
Top WordPress Plugins and
Tools
Jetpack
Stats, Tiled Galleries, Social Sharing,
WordPress SEO by Yoast
More than just SEO
Redirection
Duplicate Post
Regenerate Thumbnails
Interconnect/IT
search &
replace
Interconnect/IT
Documentation
LDAP Authentication
FeedWordPress
Multi-site-wide plugins
Google Analytics, Per Page Sidebars, More Fields
Limitations
Theme vs Plugin
Shared Taxonomies
Content Quality
Release Schedule
Security, Security, Security
Future Plans
Your Tips
Questions and Answers*
* No guarantee we know the answers
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  1. 1. Beyond Blogging Dr Chris Lomas and Michael Nolan Edge Hill University blogs.edgehill.ac.uk/webservices @chrislomas and @mikenolan #iwmw13 #a7
  2. 2. WordPress History
  3. 3. 2003 WordPress forked from b2/cafelog
  4. 4. 2004 Plugins
  5. 5. 2005 Themes
  6. 6. 2007 Taxonomies
  7. 7. 2008 CMS functions
  8. 8. 2010 WordPress µ becomes Multisite
  9. 9. 2013 WordPress 3.6
  10. 10. WordPress Hosting
  11. 11. Widgets
  12. 12. WordPress at Edge Hill
  13. 13. 2006 First foray into blogging
  14. 14. 2007 blogs.edgehill.ac.uk
  15. 15. 2007 Hi Applicant Website
  16. 16. 2008-2009 Standalone WordPress sites
  17. 17. 2008-2010 Symfony Corporate Website
  18. 18. December 2010 OMAC!
  19. 19. OMAC?! Online Marketing and Communications
  20. 20. “Give academic departments more control over their content” Director of Corporate Communications and Student Recruitment
  21. 21. “CMS have the wrong model of website management – they assume that people care about their pages” Michael Nolan, 2009
  22. 22. Open Source Themes, plugins, hack the source code and no vendor lock-in.
  23. 23. Community Online, IRL
  24. 24. Lightweight Essential functionality; limited roles; simple workflow
  25. 25. Constantly evolving
  26. 26. Support
  27. 27. Content Inventories
  28. 28. WordPress Training
  29. 29. WordPress Documentation
  30. 30. Lessons Learnt
  31. 31. December 2010 OMAC!
  32. 32. September 2011 90% departments in WordPress
  33. 33. June 2012 Final 10% migrated
  34. 34. 2011-2013 Support departments, research centres, conferences
  35. 35. 16 August 2012 Biology and Geography
  36. 36. January 2012 JISC Course Data Project
  37. 37. Edge Hill Course Data Project Build a system to manage CPD, PG and online course information
  38. 38. Custom Post Types Structured data rather than just “content”
  39. 39. XCRI-CAP data feed
  40. 40. January 2013 About the University
  41. 41. Web Fonts
  42. 42. Web Fonts <script type="text/javascript" src="//use.typekit.net/yyt1mxx.js" type="text/javascript"></script> .main-title { font-family: 'trajan-pro-3'; }
  43. 43. <script> // Function to slabtext the About Slider Content headings try { Typekit.load({ loading: function() { // Javascript to execute when fonts start loading }, active: function() { jQuery("p.slabtextdone").slabText({ // Don't slabtext the headers if the viewport is under 380px "viewportBreakpoint":380, "fontFamily":"trajan-pro-3" }); }, inactive: function() { // Javascript to execute when fonts become inactive } }) } catch(e) {} </script> Slab Text
  44. 44. March 2013 News
  45. 45. WordPress as a Framework
  46. 46. April & May 2013 Events
  47. 47. Top WordPress Features
  48. 48. Responsive Design Child of Twenty Twelve, jPanelMenu, in-site navigation
  49. 49. oEmbed
  50. 50. Post Formats
  51. 51. Custom Post Types
  52. 52. Featured Images
  53. 53. Media Library Image editor, drag and drop upload, built in gallery
  54. 54. Sidebars and Widgets
  55. 55. Top WordPress Plugins and Tools
  56. 56. Jetpack Stats, Tiled Galleries, Social Sharing,
  57. 57. WordPress SEO by Yoast More than just SEO
  58. 58. Redirection
  59. 59. Duplicate Post
  60. 60. Regenerate Thumbnails
  61. 61. Interconnect/IT search & replace
  62. 62. Interconnect/IT Documentation
  63. 63. LDAP Authentication
  64. 64. FeedWordPress
  65. 65. Multi-site-wide plugins Google Analytics, Per Page Sidebars, More Fields
  66. 66. Limitations
  67. 67. Theme vs Plugin
  68. 68. Shared Taxonomies
  69. 69. Content Quality
  70. 70. Release Schedule
  71. 71. Security, Security, Security
  72. 72. Future Plans
  73. 73. Your Tips
  74. 74. Questions and Answers* * No guarantee we know the answers

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