WordPress Weekend: GDPR on your website

Full disclosure: None of the following is legal advice. This is meant to prompt conversation within our community about the implications of GDPR. What is GDPR? GDPR (“General Data Protection Regulation”) kicked in on May 25th in the European Union. It’s a law intended to protect EU citizens by regulating the processing, transfer, and storage … Read more

WordPress Weekend: January 2018

Longtime WPToronto members may recall that we used to host afternoon meetups on the second or third Saturday of every month.

Our first regular venue was at the back of Pauper’s Pub near Bloor & Bathurst. As the group grew, we migrated to other venues like the Toronto Public Library.

In the years since then our group has continued to grow. We have more organizers, more members, and more events than ever before. And now that we’re officially part of the global WordPress Meetup chapter program, we expect there to be more new faces showing up.

With that in mind, we’ve rebooted the weekend WordPress series, creatively dubbed “WordPress Weekend”. (Original, right?)

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2017 Members Survey

It’s been a while since we’ve done a group-wide survey. With the year coming to a close and WordCamp Toronto 2017 behind us, now seems like the perfect time to do one. 🙂 We’re hoping to get a feel for where everyone’s at. This includes understanding your level of WordPress experience and identifying your needs … Read more

WPToronto East: Building Landing Pages in WordPress

July’s WPToronto East meetup followed up on June’s conversation about social media advertising. We discussed the purpose of landing pages, the features of landing pages, and plugins + tools that help us create landing pages in WordPress. These are the takeaways from our conversation: What’s the purpose of a landing page? People make the mistake … Read more

WPToronto East: Social Media Advertising

This month the WPToronto East crew got together to discuss social media advertising. Facebook was (unsurprisingly) a big focus of the conversation, though we did touch on Pinterest and LinkedIn as well. Here’s a look at what we discussed. Next month we’ll be talking about using WordPress to build landing pages, the destination of the … Read more

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