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Buffalo WordPress Users/Bloggers Meetup

This Monthly Meetup is generally targeted towards users who are using WordPress (or looking to learn about it) for Blogging and Content Management.

Discussion about Blogging with WordPress, Using WordPress on your own sites, easy security tips, what to look for in themes and plugins when installing them, and much more. General topics will be focused more on content and basic information about plugins and themes.

If you're using WordPress to power your blog, business site, or just want to learn more about it, then this is the meetup you'll want to attend. You may still see some short bits of code during talks or questions, but stick with us and we'll promise you wont drown. You can always give both this and the design/dev meetup a shot and see where you feel more comfortable (or attend both each month).

For more advanced discussion in theme design, plugin development and other more advanced topics, check out the other meetups running fortnight to these ones named "Design/Dev".

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  • Connie Oswald S.

    Thanks for all the help!

    1 · May 23, 2014

    • Andy S.

      Did you find your API key and update?

      May 23, 2014

    • Connie Oswald S.

      I haven't updated yet. It says

      You can update three ways:

      Enter your membership key for our auto-update feature. Then just update via your admin menu with the WordPress automatic updater.
      Do as you would install, but deactivate and delete the plugin before installing the new one. No events or settings are deleted in this process.
      Deactivate the plugin, replace it with the new version via FTP, and reactivate.

      I think I can figure out how to set it up for automatic updates. Is there any reason why that isn't a good idea?

      May 23, 2014

  • Michael H.

    Great meeting! I always learn a few new things that really help! Can't wait till next meetup!

    1 · May 22, 2014

  • Michael H.

    Great! Learned a lot! Always take very valuable information away and the people make the meeting. Thanks so much for a very informative meetup!

    2 · May 22, 2014

  • Carol D.

    Extremely helpful. Resolved several issues and picked up several tips.Thank you!

    2 · May 22, 2014

  • Connie Oswald S.

    I'm having two problems. One is that since the newest update to WordPress, I can't easily move photos around. The other is a problem with Events Manager.

    May 22, 2014

  • Ben D.

    Any topic requests?

    May 20, 2014

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