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Site Critiques and WordPress Q&A -- Community Leaders Webinar Jan 28

by Tom Johnson on Dec 5, 2009 •
categories: technical-writingweb-designwordpress

I'm giving a webinar for STC community leaders on January 28 titled "Site Critiques and WordPress Q&A."

Here's the description:

Because most communities have far more virtual participants than physical participants, establishing a strong web presence where members can find information, interact with each other, and access resources is critical. In this community webinar, we'll review a handful of chapter or SIG sites and discuss what's working well and how they might be improved. If you want to have your site reviewed, send me the URL before the webinar.

We'll also talk about WordPress -- a popular platform many chapters are using for their websites. As a WordPress consultant, I deal with all kinds of WordPress questions, from customizing themes to implementing specific plugins, tweaking the stylesheet, inserting PHP tags, and fixing crashed sites. If you're currently managing or implementing a WordPress site, bring your questions and I'll try to answer them. I'll also go over my top 10 recommended WordPress plugins.

Sign up for the webinar here.

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