The WordPress Melbourne meet up returns for another month. Our WordPress meetup covers everything from choosing Themes & Plugins and setting up your site, through to theme and plugin development and everything related to Core.
We currently run one meetup per month. We try to alternate between end-user/beginner talks one month and development/technical talks the following month. As it all depends on availability of presenters though, please make sure you keep an eye out on the topics for the particular month once we update the meetup page with all the details.
We're always looking for new speakers, so contact the organisers in the meetup.com sidebar if you have an idea for a talk. We usually start the night with a light meal before the talks.
You can find links to past presentation slides (when available), over on our WP Melbourne website - http://wpmelb.org
RSVP's for this meetup will open 7 days before the meetup starts
The WP Melbourne meetup is held at:
Launchpad 3 (Tram Stop Stage)
132 Cremorne St
Launchpad 3 is a short 7 minute walk from Richmond Station. You can view the route on Google maps: https://goo.gl/maps/81ZRMi36jPD2
Our meetups wouldn’t be possible without our amazing sponsors
WP Engine - https://wpengine.com
Conetix - https://www.conetix.com.au
Plesk - https://www.plesk.com
6:30 Arrive, mingle, chit chat, pizza scoffing
7:00 News, views and quick updates
7:10 Talk followed by general discussion
8:15 Pack up and head for the pub
8:30 Drink stuff
-= Converting Site Visitors Like a Pro =-
Overview: Wouldn’t you love to know how your website performs, where people clicked and what generated a sale? Gain valuable insights into user behaviour and make drastic improvements on website user flow. Learn how you can set this up yourself using plugins and more.
Speakers: Paula & Dan from PixelStorm
PixelStorm are a web development & digital marketing company based in Richmond. They help businesses grow using digital, through improving user experience onsite, designing websites that convert, and Digital Marketing Growth Plans.
-= Why you should be using WordPress Child Themes =-
If you're not using a WordPress Child Theme, you probably should. Anthony is going to talk about why you should be using Child Themes and how to create one.
Anthony Hortin, from Maddison Designs (https://maddisondesigns.com), is a Designer & Developer who builds WordPress websites for a living. He's one of the co-organisers for the monthly WordPress Melbourne meetups. As well as a contributor to the official WordPress theme and Plugin Directories, he's also the author of the extremely popular Easy WP Guide (http://easywpguide.com) WordPress manual.