Idea Fragments for an Ottawa WP Meetup Presentation
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Idea Fragments for an Ottawa WP Meetup Presentation

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WordPress: Beyond A Blog

While it is most often recognized as a blog platform, Wordpress by definition is a “state-of-the-art publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability.” This 45-minute presentation (video by Mark Wood) covers the following topics:

  • The power of the platform
  • Anatomy of a theme
  • A few words about plugins
  • Wordpress-as-a-CMS
  • What can Wordpress do?
  • What can’t Wordpress do?
  • Where do you go from here?