Join the WordPress Portsmouth Online Meetup on 18th November 2020 for a WordPress plugin presentation by Joe A Simpson Jr.
Lucky 7: Don’t Install ANYTHING ’til You Hear This WordPress Plugin Presentation
Joe A Simpson Jr
Most of us hit the ground running with WordPress – we have a site to build for a client or ourselves and install ANYTHING and EVERYTHING to help us achieve our goals. As a WordCamp Lead and WordPress Meetup Organizer, I often have to talk the aforementioned builders off of the ledge with the tips contained in this presentation.
I will share my Lucky Seven, a few must-have WordPress Plugins everyone should use, and why you should be using each. We will also chat about how plugins help you achieve your goals, level up, add value to your work with WordPress.
Joe A Simpson Jr.
Joe works at Metro Los Angeles, one of the largest transit agencies in the US, working to ease gridlock around Los Angeles County. When their Lead Developer and CSS expert both left to pursue other opportunities, Joe inherited a Headway-themed design (sans child theme) and the rest is history.
Faced with a life-altering heart event in 2017, he pivoted, focusing first on doing the things he truly loved – WordPress, creative passions, teaching tech, and truly giving back. He actively contributes to the WordPress Community, founding the WordPress Santa Clarita Valley and Elementor Santa Clarita Valley Meetups, speaking or volunteering at WordCamps, and is the Lead Organizer for WordCamp Santa Clarita.
🏕️ WHO CAN ATTEND?
All levels of experience of WordPress and website publishing welcome. We are a learning and development group. We welcome WordPress beginners.
As this is a virtual meetup attendees can come from far and wide.
Please sign-up if you intend to join the Meetup. If you are new to the group, please can you complete your Meetup profile to help us plan topics.
|7.00pm||Connect to Zoom. Bring your own drink and chat|
|7.10pm||Organisers’ introduction to the online meeting|
|7:15pm||Pre-recorded presentation starts|
|8:30pm||Q & A with Joe|
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Bring you own.
🤔 OTHER INFORMATION
- Find us on Twitter @wppompey or connect with us on your web related topic ideas using #wppompey
- If you would like to help organise the WordPress Portsmouth MeetUp, offer a talk or sponsor an event, let us know in the #meetup-portsmouth Slack channel for the UK WordPress community.
Thanks to Non Stop Business Support, Bobbing Wide, and Drew Westcott for their in-kind sponsorship of this WordPress MeetUp.