Past Meetup

WordPress Custom Post Types - The St. Louis WordPress Meetup

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Every 3rd Wednesday of the month

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This month the talented Nile Flores ( will be sharing how custom post types can turn WordPress into a full featured Content Management System. Learn how to extend your site beyond just Posts and Pages! From Nile:

Custom post types- what?!? For many, they cannot begin to wonder why in the world they need custom post types, what they are, or how to apply it to their websites. In simple terms, custom post types extend the functionality of a website beyond the normal WordPress loop. The most common use of custom post types are by photographers, web designers, and graphic designers for their portfolios.

Some of what I am going to cover in this presentation are:

• Basic information about custom post types

• Examples of its use out there in the Internet (of course all WordPress powered sites)

• How to implement custom post types into your theme

• Some resources on custom post types

If you are not at least a WordPress theme designer, then this is not for you. However, if you are open to learning and want to extend your website’s functionality to its fullest potential, then by all means, come join in on the fun.


Since many folks attend with questions in-hand we want to make it easier for them to get answers. Instead of making people wait till the end of the evening to ask their questions, we're going to dedicate the first 30 minutes of the evening to questions and conversation.


6:30pm to 7:00pm - Question & Answer time. Come to help others, ask questions, and socialize before the main event.

7pm to 7:15pm - Introductions and housekeeping.

7:15pm to 8:30pm - Main topic of the evening and presentations.

Directions & Parking

We're meeting at Lab1500 (, a brilliant co-working space located on Washington Ave.

1500 Washington Ave., Suite 100
St. Louis, MO 63103

The entrance is on 15th Street and we'll be on the ground floor. Parking is on the street and the meters stop running at 7pm.