The New York City WordPress Meetup Group
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Sat, 9 Jun 2012, 13:00 - 16:00 in New York, United States
We will not be having a meetup in June, since WordCamp NYC is June 9-10.Learn more about WordCamp NYCBuy Tickets to WordCamp NYC
20-21 Sep 2011 in New York, United States
The last two months have been developer focused, so this month's main session is for beginners. However, we'll also have something for advanced users... read on...MAIN SESSION:What's the difference between Wordpress.org and Wordpress.com? Why would I choose one over the other? I love the idea of Wordpress but where do I start? If you've found yourself puzzling over these questions then this meetup's for you. We'll discuss themes -- what they are and how to get them.
26-27 Apr 2011 in New York, United States
Last month's meetup taught you how to enhance your website by writiing Plugins. This month, we make it a little easier for you. We focus on four (4) services that provide easy to install Plugins, and can really make an impact on your website.Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced user of WordPress this session will help you enhance your website, or those of your clients.As always, we will allow plenty of time for your WordPress questions.
22-23 Mar 2011 in New York, United States
This meetup will be held on the 4th Tuesday of March, not our regular 3rd Tuesday. Details to follow.
15-16 Feb 2011 in New York, United States
You must RSVP by February 15 at noon.This month we will be discussing how to add eCommerce to WordPress. We will be highlighting three different plugins that make it easy to sell products on your website.WP-eCommerceWP e-Commerce is a free bolt-on shopping cart that lets customers buy your products, services and digital downloads online. We make setting up shop incredibly easy. Plus they've had over 750,000 downloads!Learn more at GetShopped.org
15-16 Jun 2010 in New York, United States
** Please note the new location for this months Meetup **Last month's Meetup on WordPress 3.0 was a bit heavy, so I decided to go a little lighter this month.We all want to drive traffic to our website, keep our readers engaged and increase pageviews, so this month we're going to hear from three services that will help us do just that, and are easy for you to implement on your website.Outside.
18-19 May 2010 in New York, United States
WordPress 3.0 is going to be big!With it's release later this month, WP3 will include some powerful new features. At this month's WordPressNYC Meetup we'll go through WP3, and what you need to do to take advantage of these enhancements for your website. Some highlights:-An in-depth look at a Multisite setup-Setting up custom Post Types, and why you need them.-Managing your menu the easy way.and a whole lot more.
20-21 Apr 2010 in New York, United States
Same place... same time... great speaker.The Parent/Child theme structure is a powerful and simple way to customize an existing theme, or build a new theme, quickly and easily. There are several full featured Theme frameworks that utilize the parent/child structure and hierarchy to create an extremely powerful Theme development platform that is perfect for beginners and professionals alike.
16-17 Mar 2010 in New York, United States
Is this possible? Why would you want to do that?Well, ever since me and a partner released RoloPress back at WordCampNYC, people have been asking me how it works. Essentially, RoloPress converts WordPress into a Contact Manager. It is not meant to be embedded in a blog, it is meant to be a standalone web application, just like Highrise, Zoho CRM and Salesforce.com. In fact, RoloPress has absolutely nothing to do with blogging.
23-24 Feb 2010 in New York, United States
** This month's meetup will be on the FOURTH Tuesday of the month... next month we will go back to the Third Tuesday.The reviews are in, and though most people enjoyed last month's meetup, it seems that much of it was a little advanced for new users. So, we are going to have a 30 minute pre-event session to allow beginners to get their feet wet.6:30-7pm: Beginning WordPressPlatform: WordPress.com and WordPress.org
19-20 Jan 2010 in New York, United States
I'm pleased to announce our first WordPressNYC Meetup of 2010!This year we have a new venue thanks to Sun Microsystems, and a new format, thanks to the feedback our members gave in the forum, and some things I learned at WordCampNYC. *Main Event: of course we're going to have a primary presentation, and this year we have more speakers interested in participating then ever before. I also expect more intermediate and advanced presentations as well.
Sat, 14 Nov 2009, 14:30 - 16:30 in New York, United States
*** This notice is for information only. WordCampNYC registration will be at the official website ***. You cannot register here. WordCamp is coming to New York City! Though this is not officially a Meetup, it is very important to the WordPress community and we've chosen to show it here. This years event will be two days: Nov 14-15. From the official WordCamp.org website: "WordCamp is a conference type of event that focuses squarely on everything WordPress.
20-21 Oct 2009 in New York, United States
This subject was presented on March 24, 2009 and was very successful... so we're doing it again! Widgets are an important part of any website. They allow you to add search bars, recent posts and category lists, advertising, information from other websites and all sorts of fun stuff... all without touching any theme code. This month's Meetup is going to cover using the WordPress widget system to add all this and more to your website. We'll go over: [list]
15-16 Sep 2009 in New York, United States
*** This Meetup is for WordPress.org users only. If your website is currently on WordPress.com then this Meetup is not applicable to you *** There are many benefits to running your own WordPress website. You have complete control, can edit your themes and install whatever plugins and code you see fit. However, with great power comes great responsibility... you must keep your website secure from hackers and exploits. Brad Williams, from WebDevStudios.
18-19 Aug 2009 in New York, United States
Advanced themes and frameworks often release new features, security patches and just plain old fixes when new versions of WordPress are released. If you make changes to the core theme files, and then upgrade the theme when a new release comes out, you will overwrite any changes you have made.Some themes that fall into this category:-Carrington-Thesis-Thematic-Hybrid-iNoveand more...If you are using any of themes listed above, then you want to attend this Meetup.
16-17 Jun 2009 in New York, United States
This month we are going to try something different. Instead of a set presentation, we're going try an open Workshop.If you're having problems with your WordPress site or just have questions, you'll be able to ask the group and get your question answered... hopefully :) As always, laptops are welcome and wifi is available.