Every Friday of the month
Join us for a weekly foray into all things WordPress and get support for your burning questions.
Each week, attendees bring their top questions. The topics are set in the first few minutes with introductions, and then we address as many individual problems as possible. On We split into two groups based on experience level, interests, or project matches.
Learn together in a support group format:
• How to choose themes and plugins based on your needs
• Feedback on design, content strategy, or your WordPress code
• Talk about hosting and development
• Build WordPress themes and plugins
• Work with Genesis Framework, Impreza, Avada, Woo Storefront
• WooCommerce, Connections, Gravity Forms, Ninja Forms
With Anca Mosoiu, Pieter Hartsook, Tumikia Watu-Khuthaza and Eve Lurie, along with other regulars with a variety of expertise.
RSVP or pre-register below.
***New! You can now purchase a ticket to continue to work at The Port after the support group ends for $10! Just purchase the Après WP ticket below!
Please note: As space is limited in our conference room, we accept attendees based on RSVPs. If you haven’t RSVP’d, there is a possibility that you will be turned away at the door. Members will also need to RSVP. If we hit our capacity and you have not RSVP’d, we will have to turn you away. Walk-ins are welcome but please note that the price at the door is increasing to $20.
Pricing, RSVP, and Entry procedure
Support Group Subscribers need to RSVP, below. They will continue to have free access to the meetup.
- Advanced registration: $15
- Drop-ins: $20
- Après WP: $10
We will keep a staff member at the entrance from 12:00 – 1:00PM to let everyone in. After that, only people who have RSVP’d or pre-registered will be allowed.
Find Us at The Port!
The meetup is at the Port Workspaces in the Kaiser Mall at 344 Thomas L Berkley Way (344 20th St) , Oakland Ca, 94612.
Please come to the Thomas L. Berkeley Way (20th St) entrance (across from Starbucks) and you will be checked in. Parking can and will be problematic so we recommend taking public transportation if possible.