redIT, a Hampshire Based Hosting company, sponsor the venue for our monthly meetups. Continue reading “redIT”
Tunbridge Wells WordPress Meetup ( WPTW ). Continue reading “Tunbridge Wells WordPress Meetup”
WordPress Bournemouth is an informal and friendly meet up for WordPress users, enthusiasts, and professionals. An opportunity to share and learn with WordPressers from in and around the Bournemouth area. Continue reading “WP Bournemouth”
WordUp Pompey!’s first meeting was held 6 years ago today in Old Portsmouth.
The WordPress meetups themselves lasted just under a year, but the website has remained.
- I’d like to restart a WordPress meetup for Portsmouth, South Hampshire, West Sussex or wherever.
- Somewhere nearer than Brighton, Bournemouth and London
- But I don’t really want to do it on my own.
- Is there anyone out there who is willing to help, or even take the lead?
- And are there people who are interested anyway?
- If so, contact me via this website or the UK WP Community Slack #meetup-organisers channel
Summary of WordUp Pompey! Meetings
Here’s a summary of the meetings we had in 2011/2012. Some of the slideshows and sample websites should still be available.
|Report from WordUp Pompey! 18th Jan 2018||Here's a brief report following our reboot meetup on the 18th January.|
|WordUp Pompey! August 2012 - a brief summary||After a 2 month break ( June and July ) WordUp Pompey! reconvened at the end of August for a look at the Top-10-Wordpress-plugins. It was a fairly interactive session, led by Herb Miller of Bobbing Wide and oik-plugins.|
|WordUp Pompey - March 2012|
This month's WordUp features Steve Lowsley of YesCanDo
How Google works" - Ever wondered what goes on once your website has been visited by Google?with a supporting cast of Herb Miller of Bobbing Wide
Galleries and slideshows - a look at some of the favoured plugins
|Report from WordUp Pompey - Feb 2012 - Part 2||Herb Miller gave a brief presentation on his experiments with creating a responsive web design based upon an Artisteer generated theme.|
|Report on WordUp Pompey - Feb 2012||WordUp Pompey for February was kindly hosted by Penny and John Plimmer, Japcis Photographic, at their studios in Horndean. Herb Miller of Bobbing Wide presented on two topics: Shortcodes and Responsive web design. There was lovely discussion on other topcs: including company logos, which way should slideshows slide, mobile apps and more|
|WordUp Pompey! Dec 2011 - slideshows on slideshare||WordUp Pompey! slideshows, 21st December 2011, not including Roger Marsh's slideshow on browsers, HTML and CSS, which was a lead in to an interactive demonstration of "hacking the BBC website using Firebug"|
|January 2012 WordUp Pompey cancelled!||Due to unforseen circumstances, the WordUp Pompey! meeting that I was planning for 26th January 2012 (Australia Day) has had to be cancelled. So kick off for WordUp Pompey will now be in late February.|
|WordUp Pompey! Nov 2011 - slideshows on slideshare||I've uploaded PDF versions of the slideshows from WordUp Pompey! onto slideshare.net|
|belated report on WordUp Pompey 20th October 2011||Well, we had our first meeting = nearly two weeks ago. Been a bit busy so only just getting around to writing about it.|
OK, so we didn’t make it back in 2015 but we’re still thinking about reforming for 2016. Continue reading “WordUp Pompey! may be back in 2016”
It’s been a long time since the last WordUp Pompey!
We’re thinking of restarting in 2015.
In the mean time, if you’re based in Portsmouth and are keen on PHP then why not take a look at PHPHants.phphants.co.uk
After a 2 month break ( June and July ) WordUp Pompey! reconvened at the end of August for a look at the Top-10-Wordpress-plugins.
It was a fairly interactive session, led by Herb Miller of Bobbing Wide and oik-plugins. Continue reading “WordUp Pompey! August 2012 – a brief summary”
Since this site was created there have been over 500 registrations. Of those less than 1% have been from people who have bothered to contact us to find out what happened with their registration confirmation.
So I’ve turned off the “anyone can register” capability to attempt to reduce the amount of spam registrations.
If you really do want to become involved in WordUp Pompey! then write to us directly Email: email@example.com