Monthly Archives: February 2010

Coming up at co-working: Basic HTML/CSS

I’ll be leading a session about basic HTML and CSS on March 9 as part of the after-hours session series at Charleston Co-Working. My goal is to help attendees get a good grasp of HTML and CSS fundamentals, stressing the need to write clean, functional code that works with browsers past, present, and future. This will be a great session for people who are just starting out with hand-coding Web pages or for those who have picked some stuff up along the way, but want to reinforce those skills. We’re still tweaking the timing, but it will likely be at 6PM at our usual location at Rehava. Looking forward to seeing you there!

WordPress session at #chscowork tonight at 6

If you’ve been meaning to learn more about WordPress and you’re in Charleston, you’re in luck. Ian May, John Turner, and I will be giving a WordPress session at #chscowork tonight at 6 PM. Ian will give a walkthrough about how to get started with WordPress (both WordPress.com-hosted blogs and self-hosted WordPress.org installations); John will brief everybody on the beauty of WordPress MU and the upcoming multisite changes in WordPress 3.0, and I’m going to focus on a few really good plugins that I’ve come to rely on over the years. #chscowork is at the rehava Real Estate Store on International Blvd. See you there!