We’re Meeting This Week! Let’s Talk Child Themes.

We had a more developer-focused meeting in October, and a great discussion with Aaron Jorbin, Eric Curtis, Michael Fields, Kevin Peoples and Devin Price. We discussed bugs, taxonomies, wp-ecommerce, themes, svn, git, and more. Don’t know what all of those things are? Me, either. But if you come to a meeting, maybe someone else can explain it to you.

Our next meeting is on Thursday, November 12 at 6:00 p.m. (still at Webtrends). Yes, that is the second Thursday of the month. This month is Ignite Portland, and you know you want to be there on November 19, so we’re doing our meeting on the 12th.  This month’s topic is using child themes, so that you can customize a theme without losing all of your changes when you upgrade to a new version of that theme.  We don’t have a speaker, so I’m currently crowdsourcing. Do you use child themes? Can you be there to help us learn about them? Contact me using kmcdadepdx at gmail.  You can also RSVP on Upcoming.

UPDATE!  Devin Price is a child-theme-user, and will be at the meeting to share his knowledge. Thanks, Devin!

2 thoughts on “We’re Meeting This Week! Let’s Talk Child Themes.

  1. Actually, I wish that I did know more about child theme’s. The articles that I have read regarding them seem to make customization a nightmare even for the most savvy CSS wizards… perhaps I have been misled? Would love to be proved wrong… Would love to learn more 🙂

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