“WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other”.
The first day will comprise presentations from WordPress experts and enthusiasts from the UK and around the world. The second day will be a Contributor Day – both seasoned and new community members will spend the day working on the project.
There’s a new CiviCRM book out! The CiviCRM Cookbook covers a wide range of CiviCRM core and component topics with practical in depth recipes with accompanying screenshots.
The CiviCRM Starter Kit is a Drupal-and-CiviCRM-in-one bundle which makes downloading and installing a fairly standard instance of Drupal and Civi straightforward. It includes a sensible selection of modules and extensions to get you going.
2020Media will install this for you free of charge.
You’ve decided to use CiviCRM. Now what? This 45 minute episode will cover what you should (and should not) do before starting to use CiviCRM. First hangout – Tuesday, July 16th at 9am Pacific
Introduction to CiviCRM Mini-series: Before You Login Google Hangout link
Announcing the 6th stable release of CiviCRM 4.3, containing small bug fixes and two minor security updates to make your CRM more stable and secure.
This is a security release. You should upgrade your site immediately. If you are unable to do so and host with 2020Media, we’re happy to help.
PhotoDropper has over 62 million free images that WordPress owners can access and insert right from their WordPress dashboard.
They also have a premium tier that offers more professional photos on a pay-by-the-photo basis.
Many people can locate images from stock photo websites or their own libraries, but this involves extra steps of downloading the image, resizing perhaps, then uploading to the WordPress site. Checking for copyright also takes more time. This plugin does it all from within WordPress, using Creative Commons licences.
With PhotoDropper you have access to the entire Flickr Creative Commons database offering you over 243.8 million Creative Commons images all totally free and totally legal for you to use on your website… As long as you follow the simple licensing, which PhotoDropper makes easy.
What is Creative Commons?
Creative Commons lets people share any work (photo, graphics, writing, etc.) with the world so that anyone can use and remix their creations under the licensing terms the authors provide. It is usually denoted with “Some Rights Reserved” instead of “All Rights Reserved.”
Flickr (part of Yahoo) has one of the world’s largest collections of such photos that people have shared with just such a license.
The PhotoDropper Plugin makes the process of finding and adding these photos to your posts simple and takes care of necessary attribution automatically.
Learn more about the Creative Commons license along with its rules and restrictions here.