Inside WordPress – Workshop

Learn how WordPress works by tearing it apart and rebuilding it. Workshop attendees will learn how to create a WordPress powered web site, setup web services and create content. Additional topics will include domain name system, search engine optimization and web site security.

Seating is limited to 12 students. All skill levels welcome — but be aware that this is not an introductory workshop. Bring your laptop or mobile device if you wish.

No fee. Open to members and guests. Registration required. (Submit your registration here)

Hosted by HMAUS.

Location

ING Direct Cafe (Google map here)
1958 Kalakaua Avenue

Easy Mods for WordPress powered web sites

The next Web Weavers Workshop will explore easy modifications you can make to your WordPress powered web site. We’ll look at the components in a theme and learn how HTML, CSS and PHP relate to each other.

Seating to this workshop is very limited. You may bring your laptop to follow along with the exercises.

Date:
Saturday, May 9, 2009

Time:
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Location:
Hawaii Self-Storage Conference Room

More information and registration:
http://www.hmaus.com/index.php/meetings-workshops/web-weavers-workshop/

WordPress by Miraz Jordan

EVERYONE CAN CREATE A WEBSITE OR BLOG WITH MINIMUM FUSS AND EXPENSE. FIND OUT HOW WITH MIRAZ JORDAN. SHE MAKES THE COMPLEX EASY TO UNDERSTAND

I believe that we can all use technology such as computers and the Internet to bring change into the world, improving ourselves, others and this planet, our only home in the universe.” — Miraz Jordan

Miraz Jordan is a Wellington, New Zealand-based blogger and writer with a particular interest in Internet technology: where it’s going, what’s happening, and how that affects regular folks and community groups. She co-authored the very popular book WordPress 2 Visual QuickStart Guide, and has written extensively about making websites, using the Internet, and using Macintosh computers. She recently created a new blog called Paperchains whose purpose is to help reduce the amount of wasted paper in the world and thereby reduce fuel use, pollution and other negative impacts. Jordan regularly uses Twitter, and dips in to Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Flickr. She helped organize the successful Webstock 06 and 08 Web Conferences.

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Register for the next Web Weavers Workshop

The next Web Weavers Workshop will be on Wednesday, October 22.

Our featured sensei will be Lorelle VanFossen.

More informaton and registration here.

Developing content for the iPhone

Web sites and Internet services that are iPhone friendly will be an important opportunity for web developers and people who host a web site. The next Web Weavers Workshop will feature iPhone expert, Rich Warren, who will share his thoughts and tips on creating content for the iPhone and other mobile devices.

More information about the event here.