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: firstname.lastname@example.org
In Edinburgh, on the 14th and 15th of July 2012 there will be
An informal gathering of WordPress publishers, designers and developers based in the United Kingdom
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
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 Continue reading “Report on WordUp Pompey – Feb 2012″
I’ve just created the WordUp Pompey! for February 2012 event on both Eventbrite AND as an Event Calendar ‘post’ on this site. Continue reading “WordUp Pompey! Feb 2012 scheduled”
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. Continue reading “January 2012 WordUp Pompey cancelled!”
For version 1.7 of oik plugins I’ve developed some new code specifically for BuddyPress sites. Continue reading “Just testing some new code in oik plugins”
There will always be someone who can not make a particular meeting but wants to experience the presentation(s) first hand. So why not record them? Continue reading “Videographer wanted for WordUp Pompey!”
Apologies, but early this morning I received a direct message (DM) from Twitter with the following text.
Bad blog going around about you, have you read it yet? then a short url link
It turns out that I was being phished for my Twitter account details. I got my password right for a change and next thing I knew I’d sent the message on to all my followers. Sorry about that! Continue reading “Sorry about Twitter DM – Bad blog going around about you, have you read it yet?”
Is it a good thing or a bad thing? We had our first spam registration today. Continue reading “Spammers will not be tolerated”