Social Media Marketing & CSS Grid

WordPress Birmingham (UK)
WordPress Birmingham (UK)
Public group

1000 Trades

16 Frederick Street · Birmingham

How to find us

We will be upstairs this month

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Hey, hey, we are now officially back every month, and we're kicking off the first of our regular, monthly meetups with a shiny new format as well.

So why not come and join us to find out what's going on in your local UK WordPress and wider global community! Whether you are a new user or experienced developer, we welcome WordPress users of ALL levels.


18:30 - Arrive
19:00 - Introduction & The Latest WordPress News
19: 15 - Non Technical Talk + Questions
19:45 - Break
20:15 - Technical Talk + Questions
20:45 - Group Discussion - General Questions and Answers
21:00 - Close - After Meetup Drink for anyone wishing to stay around.

This months talk topics are something that as website owners or website developers we can always benefit from knowing more about :)

## Non Technical:

Your Social Media Marketing Toolkit - Jonny Albut

Whatever the scale of your organisation, online marketing and social media can be very cost-effective ways to market yourself; when done right, you’ll increase your brands reach, credibility and customer base.

During this presentation Jonny will share some proven concepts that will empower your business to achieve this, along with some great tools to assist you in making the most of this powerful and varied marketing channel.

## Technical:

CSS Grid - A Most Excellent Adventure - Kirsty Burgoine

The CSS Grid specification is one of the most exciting additions to CSS, pretty much ever. And, much like Bill & Ted’s music did, it has the potential to create a “web” utopia in the future.

Kirsty will take you on a most excellent adventure exploring how to use CSS GRID in a production environment. Taking a tour of some of the new properties and units now available in the GRID Specification, how to create complex layouts and ensuring it is not a bogus journey by explaining some of the gotcha’s and how to get around them.

By the end, hopefully you will agree that CSS Grid really is Excellent and having a deep understanding of it will empower you to build truly flexible themes!