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The Unholy Quatern at Web Not War 2010 in Montreal

UPDATE: The Unholy Quatern session I did at Web Not War 2010 was loosely based on an article I wrote for the Microsoft Expression Newsletter last year. To get a more in-depth walk-through of my work process and some more code examples etc take a look at the original article found here.

After 8 years in Canada I finally find myself in the mythical French portion of the country, more specifically the Beaumont district in Montreal, Quebec. Why? To talk WordPress and Expression Web to the attendees at the Web Not War conference. I’ll be posting more on this later but for now here are the vital links for my talk. The slides will be here shortly. Check back for updates.


WordPress template tools for Expression web

WordPress itself

The WordPress Codex

WordPress on your computer: Web Platform Installer or BitNami

Sync your files: Live Mesh

By Morten Rand-Hendriksen

Morten Rand-Hendriksen is a staff author at LinkedIn Learning and specializing in WordPress and web design and development and an instructor at Emily Carr University of Art and Design. He is a popular speaker and educator on all things design, web standards and open source. As the owner and Web Head at Pink & Yellow Media, a boutique style digital media company in Burnaby, BC, Canada, he has created WordPress-based web solutions for multi-national companies, political parties, banks, and small businesses and bloggers alike. He also contributes to the local WordPress community by organizing Meetups and WordCamps.

3 replies on “The Unholy Quatern at Web Not War 2010 in Montreal”

[…] Morten Rand-Hendriksen develops WordPress applications, but he does things a little more radically than most people. He uses Expression Web to make presentational changes through a GUI, rather than editing CSS himself, and the speed of results was pretty remarkable. This was a really thought-provoking presentation, and lucky for you, some of the content is available on Morten’s blog. […]


I have just started using WordPress as a CMS for one of my customers. After watching this presentation, I was duly impressed with the way you have set up your “development” environment with a theme per customer. Can you provide explicit details about that, as I would like to implement a similar setup. I think I know what you did, but your assistance would allow me to be certain.

Thanks in advance,

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