Tonight was our monthly Oklahoma City WordPress Meetup, and although I was almost an hour late (due to family carpooling duties) I still learned about a variety of new WordPress plugins I hadn’t previously encountered. Stephen Bell, the co-founder of the OKC-based web design company Steed Interactive, shared the second presentation of the evening which I live tweeted. The most significant tip of the night was Google PageSpeed Insights, which I’d never seen before and will use down the road to identify optimization strategies for different websites I maintain. Here are my tweets from tonight. All my tweets from past meetups are included in my Tweet Nest Archive of #WordPressOKC tweets.

I also learned several new tips relating to text-to-speech apps and accessibility thanks to a conversation with Tiffany Jenkins. She’s an organizer for the Oklahoma Chapter of Decoding Dyslexia, “a parent-led grassroots movement for Dyslexia” education and advocacy.

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