March 27, 2021 at 01:00PM - March 27, 2021 at 02:30PM
This month, we'll look at how Elementor quickly incorporates Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) to add dynamic content to your WordPress sites. Want more control over what your clients can change in your Elementor build?
During this meetup, we'll learn about a long-time WordPress staple, ACF basic features, and explore how Elementor was used as part of a current project solution.
We welcome your wins, stories, and solutions ACF for WordPress with Elementor.
We'll start the meeting with the latest Elementor news, announcements, and introductions. Time permitting, we'll answer questions or look at what you're working on.
Tag: WordPress Santa Clarita Valley Meetup
March 27, 2021 at 10:30AM - March 27, 2021 at 12:00PM
During this Meetup, we'll share a case study of a current project site build in a project that leveraged ACF. We'll look at the current site setup and its challenges and an approach to creating a 'lifeboat' WordPress to save a non-WordPress legacy site. We'd also love to hear your ACF stories and best practices.
https://events.indieweb.org/2020/08/santa-clarita-valley-wordpress-meetup-using-wordpress-to-own-your-online-data-social-media-presence-SRTciSsJrPKq or https://www.meetup.com/wordpressscv/events/271867555/
Excited to host @ChrisAldrich this weekend to talk about owning your online presence with @wordpress. Grab your Saturday mid-morning, pop up your laptop, and join tin the discussion — RSVP at https://t.co/Y9mOJjjg2t @wordcampscv @joesimpsonjr pic.twitter.com/Euf1XXVpHG
— WordPress Santa Clarita Valley Meetup (@wordpressscv) August 17, 2020
It’s not a necessary prerequisite for my talk, but I’ll try to pick up where Tantek Çelik (@t) left off in his invited talk right before the State of the Word at WordCamp US 2019.
August 22, 2020 at 11:00 AM- 01:00PM
Corporate social media has been dominating the online space so significantly that the newest generation of Internet users now thinks that is what the "web" actually is. Fortunately, with WordPress as your platform, you can not only take back your online identity and presence, but you can use it to have a richer and fuller experience than the locked-down experience you get with the limits of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
Chris will explore some open web standards and technologies that open up WordPress to allow site-to-site interactions and easier posting functionality through the magic of a small handful of simple plugins. These are simple enough building blocks that the beginning WordPress user can do some powerful new things with their sites but are also rich enough that senior developers can build and extend them or find uses for them for business sites and even e-commerce.
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June 20, 2020 at 11:00AM- June 20, 2020 at 01:00PM
There are times when a WordPress installation may come up short in relation to what is required by your client. You need content of another type that isn’t a page or a post, and you need to label it differently. Enter Custom Post Types and Taxonomies.
During this Meetup, Marco will discuss what they are, show you how to create them, what his recommendations are when it comes to creating them, and how you can see WordPress as more than just a blogging or a simple site platform.
BIO: Marco Berrocal, Partner Relations at GreenGeeks
Marco is a talented WordPress developer who has worked for more than a decade making custom themes and plugins. He absolutely loves working with WordPress and with his local community (Costa Rica) as a WordCamp Organizer. When he is not in WordPress mode, he's all about my kids, travel, and food.
As always, we'll get the latest news and information going on in WordPress and answer your questions in a mini-version of a Happiness Bar.
Sat, Jan 4, 2020, 1:00 PM
We'll kick off our regular meetup briefly looking forward to WordCamp Santa Clarita, continue to preview the most three popular page builders - Beaver Builder, Divi, and Elementor then break out into groups to help with questions.