Securing the Open Source CMS Doesn’t Take a Dissertation Chris Wiegman, Web Developer, St. Edward’s University We are talking about protecting the brand not just the data. Open source does not mean amateur. Yet open source CMS systems are not designed to keep critical dates
Your CMS is the Elephant in the Room Jeff Abuzzahab, Web and Multimedia Lead, University of Minnesota Jeff Abuzzahab is going to tell us about the elephant in the room. Downton Abbey = HigherEd “don’t rock the boat.” Put people first and then content –
View Session Description and Presenter Bio Photo by MetalRiot, Flickr. Thought I can’t talk for everyone, many developers would agree that WordPress is for real. It flexes, scales, and, generally knocks the socks off other CMS or blogging systems. But there are times you need to
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View Session Details and Presenter’s Bio. I’m going to just start with the takeaways: Developing relationships is key — with other developers, with IT teams, with content owners. It makes doing your job easier. It takes work … it’s worth it. COMMIT to the
View Session Description and Presenter Bio Jason was a pinch-hitter for this session about miscellaneous jQuery bits – and provided us with 45 minutes of demoing jQuery live on various website. The purpose of the demo was to show some ways you can use jQuery
View Session Details and Presenter’s Bio. Photo by #avril# (pause), Flickr. This happens: You pick up that project from four years ago and know that all the CSS needs to be re-done. Honestly, though, you’d probably rather scream into a pillow than rewrite everything from scratch.