I love travelling, who does not? But, I love even more to travel and attend an event where I go. In the last two years I travelled a lot around the world, from America to various countries in Europe, attending WordCamps and other events, and I learned many things about them and how to get the best out of them.
I will share my thought here with you about what I think people should do when attending an event to get the most out of it.
I’m sure that at least once you had to search something in the code, even if you are not a developer. Maybe a support technician told you that you can customize your site using WordPress actions, or you simply need to know the name of a function.
Well, searching into the code is not as easy as it seems, but I’ll try to explain here how I do it so that you can do it easily and quickly.
Coding knowledge are not required, but it would be very helpful if you can understand what you read.
Some weeks ago I started a new blog named When I Have Time where I write about anything not related to WordPress and WooCommerce.
It’s a WordPress.com blog, and I needed to boost it a bit. I thought to cross-post from that blog to this one, by creating posts here and linking them to that blog, but I didn’t want them to appear as real posts like others on this blog, more like referrals only.
I found some plugins to do this on the .org repository, but they didn’t do exactly what I wanted. So I decided to create mine.