Contributor: Jeremy Felt

Jeremy Felt

WordPress Developer, Washington State University@jeremyfelt

Jeremy Felt is the senior WordPress developer at Washington State University, a WordPress core committer and the maintainer of VVV. He believes in free and open source software and enjoys being part of the WordPress community. He will encourage you to share your work.

Video: Future-proofing against the next big change

A few years ago, everyone had to overhaul all of their websites to become ‘responsive’ and now we’re overhauling everything to be ‘accessible’. As we plan for Gutenberg and GDPR, we have to ask ourselves: What are the next big changes up ahead and how do we better anticipate them to get prepared before the […]

Video: What I’ve learned from five years of WordPress at a public university

Over the last five years at Washington State University, we have built a single multi-network WordPress Multisite installation into the university’s primary content management system. All six campus locations, 11 colleges and hundreds of departments between have at least some presence on WordPress. In this talk I’ll cover assumptions I had when starting in higher […]

Video: Tools and approaches for managing content, accessibility and web identity at scale

You can learn more about this session on the WPCampus 2017 website at Session Description: Universities publish a lot of content on the web! It’s not uncommon for there to be thousands of domains and millions of pages. As a central web group, how do you keep up with it all? This session will […]

Podcast: WordPress Multisite

WPCampus logo with photos of college campuses

A WordPress multisite network allows you to run and manage multiple WordPress sites from a single WordPress installation. In today’s podcast, we’re going to dive in and discuss the benefits, drawbacks, use cases, and how you can take advantage of unifying multiple websites under one WordPress install. We’ll also touch on multisite security and performance. […]