April 24, 2016 — Firebug is the secret weapon of designers who are beginning to learn to customize WordPress websites. It is a great way to start to see CSS in action. The day you learn to change your site’s H2 headers for your blog post titles from blue to green will be the day you are on your way to having design power. We will go over using Firebug to find the elements that you would like to change and how to write css and see the changes happen before your very eyes. You don’t have to know css before this presentation since we will go over some of the basics to show you what you will be looking for.
June 16, 2014 — Learning how to write and edit Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) can open a whole new realm of possibilities for custom design of a WordPress website. CSS can be simple, but if you haven’t had a proper introduction to the basics, it can seem anything but that. This presentation goes over the basics of CSS and how to implement CSS changes on a WordPress site using Firebug and a basic text editing program. Being able to make simple CSS changes will empower you to make the necessary style changes (such as changing font colors/sizes, background styling, padding etc.) without having to rely user options to do so.
May 30, 2013 — Learn about using WooCommerce to add ecommerce functionality. This presentation goes over using this simple solution as well as extensions that add special functionality that you may need. Presented at the Atlanta WordPress Users Group Organizers: Jack Kennard and Judi Knight Atlanta GA
April 25, 2013 — In this presentation beginners will learn how to add media to WordPress. This presentation covers:
Uploading Images, Bulk Uploading Images, Adding Alt and Title Tags, Descriptions and Captions to Images, Cropping and Sizing Images, Inserting Single Images and Multiple Image Galleries, Adding Audio, Video and Other Formats and Embedding Audio, Video and Other Formats.