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Whether you’re a first-time blogger or seasoned developer, there’s always more to learn. From community members all over the world, the vast resources available on Learn WordPress will help you learn more about WordPress and teach it to others.

One of the best ways to learn is through social discussions with others. The meetups here bring together people around the content hosted on learn.wordpress.org for live discussions and learning. We share knowledge, exchange ideas, and learn from each other. When you sign up for a meetup, please take the time to watch the suggested workshop(s) in advance where necessary.

You must agree to the code of conduct in order to participate in these social learning spaces. Some social learning spaces are recorded – you will be notified of this as you join the session and, if you do not wish to appear in the recording, you can choose to opt-out entirely or simply hide your video so you are not visible. Recordings will be published on WordPress.tv after the event has taken place.

WordPress Global Community Sponsors help fund WordPress Meetup groups and WordCamps around the world. Thank you to WordPress.com, WooCommerce, Jetpack, Nexcess, Bluehost, and Weglot, for their support!

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Hello Blocks! Coding a custom block

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Target Audience: Developers

Have you always wanted to create your own Gutenberg block but didn't know where to start? Or, maybe you tried and found the process daunting or confusing?

If so, then this intermediate learn-up is for you!

PLEASE FOLLOW THESE STEPS BEFORE THE SESSION:
We are using Replit.com for this session to allow attendees to use their web browser to work in a pre-configured WordPress installation.

Please visit this link https://replit.com/teams/join/qcoonxpsfipzcbttgjmgxqqngnnutnxp-learnwp to set up an anonymous account and then click Start Project in beside the Hello Blocks! project.

At the end of this session, you'll be able to...

  • Scaffold new blocks using the @wordpress/create block package and understand the purpose of each file.
  • Understand the build process provided by the @wordpress/scripts package.
  • Understand the block registration process and block.json
  • Use the supports property to add controls to your block
  • Learn how to add custom attributes to a block to save and display a user-defined message in your block.
  • Understand the difference between a static block and a dynamic block, and the pros and cons of each.

Date: Monday 23 May 2022
Time: 13:00 Eastern Time
Where: Zoom (link will be visible after RSVP)
Audience: Developers
Level: Intermediate

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Design With Me: Create a Simple Website for your Small Business

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Do you (or someone you know) need to create a simple, four-page website for a small business?

If so, please come join us in this two-hour, first of its kind, super-interactive, build-your-website-along-with-us social learning space!

This social learning space will be presented in an "I Do / You Do / We Do" format. For example, this means that an instructor will show you how to do a task in WordPress, such as add a block theme, then ask you to try it on your own website; when you are successful, great! If at first you don't succeed, we will then pause, troubleshoot your issue either as a large group or in a small breakout room, and then continue on.

Please Note: This means you may be asked to share your screen or your website so we can assist you.

Expect to ask lots of questions, to work with other contributors when you get stuck, to help other contributors when they get stuck, and have a good time along the way!

What you will make:

  • A Homepage That Includes...
  • A Site Logo
  • A Menu with Links
  • Information About Your Website
  • A Map For Your Business
  • Hours of Operation
  • The Description Search Engines Will (Eventually!) Use
  • A Contact Page (With a Contact Form!)
  • An "About Us" Page
  • An "Our Services" Page

Agenda:

  1. Introductions and Icebreakers
  2. Pick and install a block theme - a suggestion will be provided for ease of creation
  3. Pick your colors: stylize your site
  4. Add your logo, site title, links, and tagline
  5. Add information to your homepage
  6. Add a map + hours to your footer
  7. Add the description search engines will use
  8. Create a contact page using a contact form
  9. Create an 'About Us' page
  10. Wrap-Up: Last-minute troubleshooting and questions

What you can/should do to prep ahead of time:

  1. A Hosting Provider - You can also build a test website using a locally hosted sandbox, but please know it can be a little complicated to move it to a live server after the fact. :)
  2. A Domain Name - We will need a live website that other people can see in order for us to help you along the way, and a domain name to access it.

This "Get Setup" course on Learn.WordPress.Org can walk you through steps 1 and 2, if needed.

  1. Written Information. To prep ahead of time, it's a good idea to write out the following in a Google document or other Word Processor of your choice on the following:
  • Information you'd like to appear on your home page
  • A short blurb about your business for search engines (We suggest writing a short blurb for your home page, contact page, about us page, and services page)
  • Information you'd like to include on your 'About Us' page
  • Information you'd like to include on your 'Our Services' page

4. Pictures! You will want to organize and be ready to upload pictures for...

  • Your Site Logo
  • Your 'About Us' Page
  • Your 'Our Services' Page

Where: Zoom (Link will be visible after RSVP)
When: 4pm Eastern (
Audience: Users
Level: Intermediate To WordPress / Beginners To Testing
Language: English with live Zoom transcription

I want a Website, not a Blog!

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Description
With WordPress' origins as a blog-publishing software, it is no wonder why some folks new to WordPress have trouble viewing or using it as a website-making software. In this session, we will briefly discuss the the power of WordPress as the website-making software that powers 43% of all websites on the web, and explore the tools now at folk's disposal with Block Themes and Full Site Editing.

Target Audience
Beginners

We hope that by the end of this session you will have the confidence and tools you need to build your WordPress website.

Check this link to find the time in your local timezone: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html?iso=20220526T210000&p1=tz_pt&p2=1440

This session will be recorded.

Supercharging your Website with Custom Post Types and Custom Fields

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Target Audience
WordPress users who have used plugins before

Description
Have you ever wanted to create custom dashboards in WordPress, or a custom structure for a specific type of object on your website?

Come learn how you can use your WordPress site to do not only the above but also other interesting things when you use Custom Fields and Custom Post Types.

We will be working on a live project that allows you to store data in a customizable and structured way on your WordPress Backend using plugins and/or code while allowing you to display and modify that information on the front end using short-codes/page builders.

During the demonstration, we'll use the Custom Post Type UI and Advanced Custom Fields plugins to build out a client portal and walk through the process step by step-- taking you from a plain WP installation to a custom site with super-powered custom capabilities.

Check this link to find the time in your local timezone: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html?iso=20220607T180000&p1=tz_pt&p2=1440

This session will be recorded.

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