Thank you to District 62 for hosting this second in a series of webinar workshops on taking full advantage of the resources available through WordPress and the Toastmost club website hosting platform.
Following a previous introductory session, this second webinar was a more in-depth tour of WordPress administration and Toastmasters-specific options.
Part of the point of embracing WordPress is to take advantage of a modern web development platform that is widely used and continually updated. While we covered club website details specific to the Toastmost platform, many of the basics would also apply to a district website or business website.
Additional resources mentioned during the program include the documentation available at https://wp4toastmasters.com and the video course offered at https://www.wp4toastmasters.com/video-course/
To create a club website, sign up at https://toastmost.org
More technical webmasters can also install the free plugins on an independent website. However, even techies may prefer the simplicity of starting from a Toastmost template.
In addition to my resources, club webmasters may want to explore the learning materials available through https://learn.wordpress.org
If you have questions, please try looking at the existing documentation, but also feel free to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you encounter glitches, let me know, and I’ll do my best to fix them.
— David F. Carr, founder of the WordPress for Toastmasters project and operator of Toastmost.org.
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