My pronouns are she/her/hers.
I'm a web developer at the University of California, Irvine in the Office of Information Technology (OIT).
I am responsible for our simple web hosting solutions using WordPress Multisite - UCI Sites and Faculty Websites . I am also responsible for the Office of Information Technology's public website which is currently using WordPress as the content management system.
Registration is open for the WPCampus conference. This year, due to COVID-19, the conference will be online from July 29 – 30. Registration is free! Registration is required to attend the event, but will not be limited. I attended last year in Portland, Oregon and was a speaker. It was an incredible experience to meet…
On July 26, 2019, I gave a presentation at WPCampus in Portland, Oregon to share how UC Irvine has leveraged WordPress Multisite as a popular web hosting option for small websites and blogs.
WPCampus is hosting their annual in-person conference in Portland, Oregon in July. WPCampus is a group of WordPress enthusiasts with a focus in higher ed.
Like many, I’ve been watching warily as WordPress 5 pushes the new Gutenberg editor onto us. I’ve been watching not only as a person who uses WordPress regularly, but as a person who administers and supports two big WordPress Multisite installations (UCI Sites and Faculty Websites). What would this mean for our user base? How…
Anyone who knows me knows how much I love cats. This two-part mini series on PBS is a fascinating look at the species. It’s amazing how much our companion cats have in common with their wild cousins.
Did you know it’s easy to embed Flickr photos into your WordPress post? Just copy and paste the photo’s URL onto it’s own line and WordPress will auto-embed the photo for you. See above. That’s my kitten, Teddy. The photo is on Flickr, but is embedded nicely in my post!
WordCamp OC tickets go on sale on Tuesday, May 17th at noon. It will be held at the Cove – UCI Applied Innovation this year over in the Research Park on July 9th & 10th. https://2016.oc.wordcamp.org/tickets-on-sale-may-17-at-noon/ Tickets usually sell out within a few hours, so get yours before they are gone.
This year’s central WordCamp is being held in Philadelphia, PA instead of San Francisco. I have attended the past two years via Live Stream. It’s an inexpensive way to still participate in the learning. I like to joke that it is WordCamp for introverts! Tickets will likely go quickly, so sign up now. The Live…
DrupalCamp LA is being held this weekend, August 29-30, 2015, at UC Irvine. It’s an annual free conference for the Drupal communities in Los Angeles, Orange County and the greater Southern California area. This year also includes a PHP Mini-Camp. http://2015.drupalcampla.com/