All of the videos for the online sessions are now in WordPress Toronto | YouTube. This post recaps the exchanges and tips from Let’s Fix Your WordPress Site, 2021-05-18 | Meetup. This was our 14th online session using Zoom. This session recap post consists of the video recording and the chat transcript. There aren’t any … Read more
All of the videos for the online sessions are now in WordPress Toronto | YouTube. This post recaps the exchanges and tips from Let’s Fix Your WordPress Site, 2021-04-20 | WPTO Meetup. This was our 13th online session using Zoom. These notes are in 2 parts. The first are a list of URLs cited in … Read more
This post recaps some of the exchanges and tips from the WordPress Toronto – Let’s Fix Your WordPress Site | Meetup event 2020-03-17. This was our first online session using the Zoom “meeting solution.” Anique: 404 error page (means the post or page wasn’t found. … I’m attending this event to fix my website that … Read more
David Michaels and attendees were offering a broad palate of tasty WordPress morsels at this Sunday WP Meetup.And the number of entrees and appetizers generously offered put this notetaker to the test. David as master chef asked which website had 1000 hits per week and looked for some common factors among the websites: Niche website … Read more
This month’s meetup was a surprise. We had 17 people show up out of the 35 people who rsvp’d on meetup.com. In the summer, I thought we would have a light turn out but that was not so. Pizza and drinks were courtesy of Weglot.com. The lovely meetup space was donated courtesy of Lokaal.
Let’s face it. For most of us, the translation process is overwhelming, expensive and difficult to maintain. Weglot (www.weglot.com) may be the answer. Weglot has developed a WordPress plugin that features a five minute install, activation and initial configuration. Then Weglot translates your copy automatically, on the fly, and creates a best-effort translation using commercial … Read more
This month we held the event a new coworking community called Lokaal. Lokaal donated the space for our meetup which featured pizza, drinks, chips and cookies for the first time ever. A nominal $5 fee covered the food, and the community and fellowship was excellent indeed! Robin Macrae recorded our May 23 2019, “Let’s Fix … Read more
The WordCamp Toronto 2019 event is dependent on finding volunteers who will co-organise the event this year. The 2018 organising team has put together a description of the roles required to run a successful event. As one of its initial jobs, the ad hoc organizing committee of WordCamp Toronto 2019 is defining the roles and responsibilities of a future … Read more