Congratulations! You've installed WordPress! Now what?
Installing WordPress is just the beginning. Adjust your settings, choose a theme, and decide which plugins to run. At this month's meetup four of our long-time meetup members are going to help you navigate WordPress after you install it.
Here's a sample of what we will be going over:
Overview of WordPress Settings. The separation of content and design. How to find the perfect theme. Free vs Premium Themes. Must Have Plugins. Finding the best plugins. Overview of widgets and widget areas. Using the theme menu system. And some awesome Tips and Tricks! ** This session is for WordPress beginners
About our Speakers:
Rindy Portfolio is a front-end web developer and writer specializing in the creation and maintenance of WordPress sites. He has been using WordPress since 2005 and is available for hire at http://crosscutsoftware.com
Krista Gonzalez is an independent web consultant and affiliate marketer who assists small businesses and individuals by using WordPress to create custom solutions that not only fit their budget, but also enhance their professional image. When she isn't introducing people to WordPress, she can be found working at http://720creations.com .
Dana Skallman came to WordPress by way of tinkering with the outer-space of the internet and all the possibilities it holds. It wasn't long before she realized that her zeal for promoting equitable access to technology, without big business-reliance, lies in working with open source software. Dana can be found at Glocal Web/Tech (http://glocalwebtech.com/), a collective that builds web-based organizational infrastructure and provides ongoing support.
Kevin Cristiano has been working with WordPress since 2005. He spent many years working on MSSQL databases before finding WordPress. He now develops and consults on WordPress with clients primarily in the non-profit and publishing related industries. Kevin can be contacted through our community site (http://wpnyc.org/members/kcristiano/).
About the Host: CBS Local
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