Building a WordCamp website is challenging, and has serious limitations. That’s why every year we want to give a special shout-out to these best WordCamp websites of 2015. 2015 was a great year for WordCamps. We saw the first ever WordCamp US take place in Philadelphia last December and also a couple new Camps sprout up. If you don’t know, WordCamps are community organized conferences focused on WordPress. Last year, we reviewed 10 WordCamp websites that stood out above the crowd in 2015. This year, we continue that tradition in rounding up the top WordCamp Websites of 2016. Before we begin, last year I mentioned the difficulty in creating a WordCamp website for organizers. Thankfully, it has become a lot easier than it was in past years. That’s due to the hard work of the folks behind WordCamp Central and the additional tools and themes provided to make useful and eye-catching conference sites. Now you can clone past WordCamp website themes and start from an already established foundation with a base WordPress theme like twentyfifteen. Another improvement is that you’ll notice in 2015 that many WordCamp sites now use Underscores as a base. The WordCamp Planning website also added complete
Share This