May Meeting: Wednesday 18th, 7-9pm, MadLab

May’s Manchester WordPress User Group, run by WordPress co-founder Mike Little, takes place at MadLab (http://madlab.org.uk) on Wednesday, May 18th from 7pm to 9pm.

The Agenda includes:

  • WordPress News
  • AllFM group project report
  • Questions & Answers
  • Chance to show off your WordPress site
  • Demo/Walk-through of configuring multisite
  • Sneak peak at WordPress 3.2

Anyone with any experience of WordPress is welcome, whether you’ve heard about it and want to know more, or you’re a WordPress developer, you’re welcome to our meetings.

MWUG is run by Mike Little (http://zed1.com), co-founder of WordPress with Matt Mullenweg (http://ma.tt/about), so come along to discover how WordPress can benefit you or your organisation, and get specific advice on any WordPress questions you have.

Subscribe to our Mailing list (http://groups.google.com/group/manchester-wordpress-user-group), check out our website (http://mwug.info), follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/mwug) or join us on Linked In (http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Manchester-Wordpress-User-Group-3125011)

See you at MWUG!

 

About Mike Little

Mike Little is the co-founding developer of WordPress and a director at zed1.com Limited, a web development and consultancy firm specialising in WordPress. You can find his blog at mikelittle.org and follow him on twitter @mikelittlezed1 He has been running MWUG since June 2009, and thinks having a pool of WordPress-savvy people; for learning, community, networking, sharing and so on; in the Manchester area is a really good thing.
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2 Responses to May Meeting: Wednesday 18th, 7-9pm, MadLab

  1. freeballoon says:

    At the May 2011 meeting, during the Q&A we discovered how to render a widget on particular pages only. Did I remember correctly, and we discussed a solution using the WidgetContext plugin http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/widget-context/ or was it something else?

    • Mike Little says:

      Yes, I think it was. Orignally I’d talked about wigdet logic which requires you to write php code in your widgets. But this was mentioned as a better alternative.

      It doesn’t seem to have been updated for a while, so best to do some testing first.

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