Thank you Steve for sharing your notes on this Meetup from earlier in March presented by Jen Mylo: Widgets are typically used to display the same content in the sidebar of every page, however there is a way to get per-page widgets instead, making your pages much more customized. There's an amazing collection of features … Continue reading Notes: What is Jetpack All About?
From: Lorelle VanFossen Attention all on the west side of Portland and around the Portland Metro area. Beginning February 18 through April 8, 2015, I’m honored to be teaching an 8-week community WordPress and blogging class in Forest Grove, Oregon, on Wednesdays from 6:30-9PM at the Forest Grove Senior Center. I rarely present community-based WordPress … Continue reading WordPress and Blogging Community Course in Forest Grove, Oregon
Kronda Adair presented on this topic last night in Portland to a packed room, and we had plenty of questions, so another informative talk. The slides are available online here at Presentate. Notes were taken by Steve.
Our speaker this month operates Fuze7, a digital marketing agency and she will share how WordPress was used to build her new web site. Details about the Theme and Plugins will be covered, along with the general look and feel of the responsive web site. Bio Dianne Economaki Fuze 7 Marketing combines 24 years of … Continue reading User: WordPress for a Digital Marketing Agency
In this WordPress MeetUp we will explore developing an e-commerce website using the popular and free Woo Commerce plugin. Shipping options, bulk discount and the various Woo Commerce Product settings will be covered along with incorporating the Shopping Cart pages into your website. As with her previous popular presentation, "Safeguarding Your WordPress Clients," Mary Ann … Continue reading User: Design and Development of an E-commerce Website
Slides from the October 27th, 2014 presentation. Join the developers of digitaltrends.com (Richard Benjamin and Brandon Clark) as we share the trials and tribulations of refactoring one of the web's largest WordPress sites. Back in January we started a secret internal project humorously dubbed "Fluffy Bunny". The goal was to overhaul digitaltrends.com and transform it into something modern that … Continue reading Developer: “Fluffy Bunny”, the story of refactoring Digital Trends