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Why you should come to WP-Brighton

Brighton’s first ever WordPress event – WP-Brighton – is happening at the end of next week – Friday September 23rd. It’s aimed at businesspeople as well as digital professionals, with separate strands for both audiences. With the event drawing closer, I wanted to take the opportunity to reiterate why I think it’s going to be a great event, and why you should come along. Continue reading Why you should come to WP-Brighton

Important Ticketing Announcement – FREE Volunteer Tickets & End of Early Bird Tickets Announced

So, with the exciting publication of the WP-Brighton 2011 schedule yesterday, there are a couple of important and exciting (well one of each) announcements to make about ticketing. Continue reading Important Ticketing Announcement – FREE Volunteer Tickets & End of Early Bird Tickets Announced

Word perfect

You don’t need to know anything about computers to run a website using WordPress, says Paul Allen.

There was a time when three letters filled me with dread. Those letters were “C–M–S”, the shorthand for content management system.

For anyone unfamiliar with a CMS, it’s very simple. A content management system is (if you’re lucky) the thing you use to add words, images, video – basically, any kind of content – to a website. Continue reading Word perfect

New digital strand speakers announced – promoting exhibitions, custom post types

It’s been a busy day at WP-Brighton HQ today!

As well as welcoming two new sponsors aboard (more to follow on that), we’ve had confirmation of two exciting new speakers (both in the digital strand): Continue reading New digital strand speakers announced – promoting exhibitions, custom post types