WordPress community – The moving force

Whether you are just getting started with WordPress or have been using it for years, there is always more to learn and new ways to get involved.

WordPress is an open-source content management system (CMS) that powers millions of websites worldwide. It was first released in 2003 and has since become one of the most popular CMS platforms due to its ease of use, flexibility, and strong community support.

One of the key strengths of WordPress is its active and supportive community. The community is made up of users, developers, and enthusiasts who contribute to the WordPress project in various ways, including reporting bugs, suggesting features, writing documentation, translating, and contributing code.

The WordPress community is diverse and inclusive, with members from all around the world, from all walks of life and all levels of expertise. It is built on the principles of collaboration and sharing, with the goal of helping others to build and maintain their own websites.

There are many ways to get involved in the WordPress community. You can attend local meetups and WordCamps, or visit numerous forums, blogs, and social media groups where WordPress users can ask questions, get help, and share their experiences. The official WordPress.org website is also a great resource for learning more about WordPress and getting involved in the community.

WordPress Meetups

A WordPress meetup is a local gathering of WordPress users, developers, and enthusiasts. These meetups are typically held on a regular basis and provide a forum for attendees to discuss WordPress-related topics, share knowledge and resources, and network with other WordPress professionals. Meetups are often organized by local WordPress user groups or community organizations, and may include presentations, workshops, and other activities.


WordCamp is a conference focused on WordPress, an open-source content management system. It is typically a one or two-day event that includes talks, workshops, and networking opportunities for WordPress enthusiasts. WordCamps are held in various cities around the world and are organized by local volunteers who are passionate about WordPress and its community. The goal of WordCamp is to bring together WordPress users, developers, and professionals to share their knowledge and experiences with others in the community.


Overall, the WordPress community is an incredibly supportive and welcoming place for anyone interested in learning more about or contributing to the platform. Whether you are just getting started with WordPress or have been using it for years, there is always more to learn and new ways to get involved. So, it is a great platform for all the bloggers, developers and content creators out there.


WordCamp Europe 2018 – Photo by Stephen M. Blythe, allmyfriendsarejpegs.com

Nikola Stulic

Father of two beautiful girls. WordPress developer trapped inside the mind of a math teacher (and vice versa). Often doodles the Greek letter Xi. Loves to wear suits and ties.

WordPress contributor, educator, translator. WordCamp Europe organizer.

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