Thank you to everyone who came out to WordUp Minneapolis 2012 on Saturday. It was awesome! Please share links to your photos, slides, etc.
Thank you to all our sponsors, volunteers, and attendees that made our first WordUp event such a asuccess. Just a quick note to let you know that the video footage should be available later this week. If you are looking for slides, for the talks where there were slides, visit our Talks & Speakers page.
We have sessions, speakers, and workshops galore! There are also some tickets available. See you on October 13!
Kay Roseland wrote a quick and great post about local gatherings here in Minneapolis and St. Paul where she mentioned WordUp. Thanks, Kay! https://kayroseland.wordpress.com/2012/09/16/minneapolis-st-paul-land-of-the-free-home-of-learning/
WordUp Minneapolis is only six weeks away and it’s time to start scheduling the sessions. You can suggest a session that you’d like to attend, or you can submit a session that you want to present on the WordUp Minneapolis 2012 page. We need speakers for a wide range of sessions from beginner to advanced […]
Many thanks to Nick Ciske and the Westwerk Design guys, Travis and Nick, for their wonderful presentations at last night’s meeting! Nick’s helpful links follow: Theme Frameworks: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (PDF of Nick’s Slides) Genesis Bones for Genesis WP Codex article on TF Bill Erickson’s Genesis Child Theme (Starter) There was a lot of […]
Thanks to Shea Laughlin for providing a great overview to WordPress 3.4 at Thursday’s meeting. Here are some links he suggests to learn more: https://codex.wordpress.org/Version_3.4 https://wordpress.org/news/2012/06/green/ (this goes over 80% of what I talked about and in 1.5 minutes) https://technosailor.com/2012/05/23/10-things-you-need-to-know-about-wordpress-3-4/ https://www.wpbeginner.com/news/whats-new-wordpress-3-4-features-screenshots/ https://touchpunch.furf.com/
Download Mark Gason and Toby Cryns‘ WordPress From 10,000 ft. pdf from Thursday’s presentation. MSP WordPress Meeting 6/28/2012 WordPress from 10,000 feet. Mark Gason & Toby Cryns The goal of this session is to provide a broad overview of how WordPress works with different technologies from a non-techie perspective. This is not about what button to click, […]