Are you a new WordPress user? Are you interested in learning the coding language behind WordPress? Do you want to build your own WordPress blog, or improve your WordPress site?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then you should check out the WordPress workshops scheduled for the weekend of March 29 and 30, in San Francisco.
The event is hosted by WordPress Open Studio, and is open to the public! There will be 2 workshops held—the first on March 29 and the second on March 30—for beginner and intermediate WordPress users, respectively.
WordPress 101 Hands-on Workshop (Beginner)
Saturday, March 29 from 12-5pm
This workshop is ideal if you’re new to the WordPress space and looking for a quick way to learn the basics. It will provide you with the tools and skills necessary to build a blog from the ground up! The learning style is very interactive and hands-on, and will give you with step-by-step instructions.
In addition to blog development, this workshop will also provide you with some fundamental knowledge that will better prepare you to create an effective WordPress site.
To attend this event all you have to do is register, and come prepared with your ideas and a laptop.
PHP Basics for WordPress Workshop (Intermediate)
Sunday, March 30 from 10am-4pm
This workshop will provide you with the fundamentals of PHP. Through a series of introductions and interactive exercises you’ll become better equipped to perform simple adjustments and additions.
This is an intermediate level workshop, so before you register for this event, make sure you read the prerequisites.
To optimize your workshop experience, you should make sure you have the following:
- A hosted WordPress account
- A code-editing program to manipulate files on site
- A File Transfer Protocol system
You must register for this event in order to attend.
Tickets for the workshops are limited, so you should register soon if you plan on attending. Additionally, WordPress Open Studio is offering an early bird special—for those of you who register by March 22—where tickets are available at a discount.
The exact location of the events will be provided upon registration! For more information see WordPress Open Studio.
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Marie Dodson is an editorial assistant at Torque. She graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Biology and Society. She enjoys wine, good books, and travel.
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