Manhattan WordPress 1-Day Bootcamp for NYSPCC Staff

Workshop Date : Dec. 28, 2016 Subject Matter : Maintenance and upkeep of NYSPCC.ORG site by staff members. To learn and apply the basics WordPress skills and knowledge to be able to maintain the site on their own. Main Objective : The main goal here is for everyone to develop basic WordPress skills. [one_half] WordPress … Read more

Nathan Reimnitz WordPress Guru Interview May 20.2016

Hello Everyone.. This is Elle Gamboa, I’m a WordPress developer and instructor from Los Angeles. I run a blog talking about my experiences on the road teaching and promoting WordPress. I decided one day that I should start interviewing other WordPress developers. I emailed a couple of WordPress developers through WordCamp and Nathan responded with … Read more

What video formats works for different browsers

I found this really useful article when working with uploading videos on WordPress. Read more Browser Support So which of these file types do you need for your website? Well ideally all 3 would be great as they provide the full support spectrum. Yet this isn’t realistic, and in fact, you can cover all the … Read more

How to eat healthy on the road

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These days I am travelling tons on Amtrak and Metrolink between San Diego,Los Angeles, and San Francisco. As always I have to stop at Los Angeles Union Station to either grab a cheap Meatball Marinara from Subway or an egg sandwich/banana combo from Famima Sandwich shop.And I’m always grabbing a bunch of fruits and organic carrots/ Persian cucumbers from Trader Joes. Here are a few good tips to stay healthy while on a busy travel work lifestyle,

1) Hydrate, hydrate. Drink plenty of water. Yes, water is a food. The body needs water for virtually all of its functions. Drinking plenty of water will flush your body of toxins, keep your skin fresh, and help you eat less. It will also help you avoid travel lag, symptoms of overexposure to the heat or sun, and junk-food cravings. –

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Who I Am & How I Got Here

Before I was a WordPress developer, I was a professional photographer, a freelance journalist, and architectural designer. I have lived many lives in the past and in the future. I had a successful architectural design practice before I jump back intovthe web. I had always dabbled with pixels and code. I built my career around Photoshop and Autocad. Now my life is shaped by WordPress and I thank Matt and his co-founder for getting me involved in WordPress.

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