This post is just to let you know that I’m going to do some fiddling to a) enable Jetpack and b) spend more time trying to get the Forum pages to appear. Which means that BuddyPress and bbPress may stop working. Better to do it now than later.
Continue reading “Jetpack and BuddyPress“
Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of WordPress elsewhere.
website resources – from “blogroll”
What better way to build a WordPress community than to use [BP] (BuddyPress). In this first install I haven’t done any theming. Continue reading “BuddyPress now installed”
We used the domain name www.wordpressgang.co.uk for a whole day then realised that we shouldn’t have done since it steps a bit too hard on the WordPress trademark. See WordPress Domains So now we’re based at wp-pompey.org.uk Continue reading “A new home for WP-Pompey”
Come to the first meeting of WordUp Pompey! from 7pm to 9pm on the 20th October 2011, at the Dolphin Inn, 41 High Street, Old Portsmouth, PO1 2LU.
WordUps are regular (monthly) meetings focussing on using WordPress for business benefit.
Continue reading “WordUp Pompey! October 2011”
We want to let people know about WordPressgang’s activities so decided to implement a newsletter solution built into WordPress. Continue reading “Trying out the Newsletter plugin”
We want to let people know about wp-pompey’s activities so decided to implement a newsletter solution built into WordPress.
Continue reading “Trying out the Newsletter plugin”
Rather than use the Twenty Eleven theme – which is quite nice because it’s responsive I’ve created another fairly ugly theme using Artisteer. I think you’ll agree it needs more work.
So, I’ve got to come up with a theme for this site. Should I incorporate *) – part of Pompey FC’s badge?
I’d like to let you know that I’ve started up a WordPress local user group for Portsmouth and the surrounding area.
The first meetup was held on Thursday 20th October, from 7pm to 9pm, at the Dolphin Inn, Old Portsmouth. So chosen because that’s where WordCamp UK 2012 held its official social event on the 16th July.
The idea is to build a WordPress community consisting of business owner who have WordPress websites and specialists who best know how to make the sites work for the business.
The meetups are intended to be a mixture of networking, presentation and discussion.
The information shared will be centred on WordPress but also include social media, marketing, eCommerce, printing, etc.
For the business community the meetings need to be practical and geek-speak free.
For example there could be talks on how to make the most of blogging, solving website problems, finding the best plugins.
If you’re a web designer, web developer, site owner or otherwise involved with WordPress, WordPress Multisite or BuddyPress AND you live in or around Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK, then this site, the meetups and WPG 2012 is for you.