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Canvas Cowork

1203 19th Street NW

Third Floor

Washington, DC 20036

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Join us on Tuesday, April 9th for a full-day workshop led by Kyle Cotter, owner of Cotter Interactive and formerly of EllisLab, Inc., the makers of ExpressionEngine.

With almost a half-decade of experience with ExpressionEngine, Kyle will teach you everything you need to know to build a fully functioning website with EE.

Building Flexible Sites with ExpressionEngine

Content management systems seem to be a dime a dozen in the web industry as of late. Whether you're only comfortable with HTML and CSS, or you've looked at other content management systems, this one-day workshop will show you why ExpressionEngine should be a tool you keep in your tool belt.

A CMS should be just that; a tool; one that adapts to your needs, not the other way around. The flexibility ExpressionEngine offers allows you to focus on structuring your site and designing without limitation. This workshop will provide a beginner course for getting started with and using ExpressionEngine.

What's Covered

April 9th join us at Canvas Co-work from 10am - 4pm for a full day of ExpressionEngine learning. Here's what we'll be covering:

  • Ensuring all in attendance have ExpressionEngine Core up and running
  • Brief History of ExpressionEngine and the Community Culture
  • 10,000 foot view of ExpressionEngine
  • Differentiating from other systems
  • Navigating the ExpressionEngine Control Panel
  • How to think when using ExpressionEngine
  • Taking a static site and making it dynamic with ExpressionEngine
  • Creating Channels, Fields, and Categories
  • Basic ExpressionEngine tags and loops
  • Template Groups and Templates
  • Embeds, Snippets, Global Variables
  • Dynamic Navigation
  • Conditionals
  • Third-Party Add-ons
  • Giving your clients the optimal experience
What Do You Need to Know?
You'll want to bring a laptop with you to work, as the workshop is very hands-on. Kyle's prepared a detailed explanation of what to expect and what you'll need to know, visit: http://eecms.co/ (it easily explains the following)
  • Localhost successfully running
  • ExpressionEngine® Core Installed
In addition, you should have working knowledge of HTML and CSS.

* Lunch will be provided

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