I know in the grand scheme of things that’s not all that many, but to the WP-Brighton team, it means something. We always wanted the event to reach further than the day itself and this is a nice validation of that.
Thanks for the views everyone 🙂 There’ll be news here about any future events as soon as there’s any news to tell. In the meantime, do head over to WordUp! Brighton and get involved there.
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
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