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For Firefox with Firebug: Right Click on HTML Dropdownlist, Select Inspect Element and In firebug, Right click and click copy InnerHTML option.


Development tools and other extensions is exactly the reason I use firefox the most, but I have to admit I do really like Opera. I would happily move over to Opera if, as you said they learn from this.


IRC Log\nOur meeting covered:\nWCSF Final Planning\nWCSF Final Planning\n\nTraining Team Point Person\nCourtney OCallaghan\nContributor Track Info\nCourtney OCallaghan + Tracy Levesque will be giving the introduction\/how-to help talk for the Contributor track. We need 3-5 minutes.\nWhat to bring\nIf you want to come and help us with standardization, copyediting, or image editing, you and your laptop can \u201ccome as you are.\u201d No downloading necessary.\nIf you\u00a0want to be able to help with screenshots or create\/test modules, we recommend downloading and installing from the list below.\nIf you need help setting up a local development environment, please download all the elements and we will help you install them.\n\nNOTE: if you cannot install items, please check that\u00a0you have admin rights\nPC:\u00a0http:\/\/www.technipages.com\/how-to-check-for-administrator-rights\nMAC: Go\u00a0to (apple symbol)\/System Preferences\/Users & Groups. Choose your user ID. If you are an admin, there will be a box checked next to \u201cAllow user to administer this computer\u201d\n\n\nLocal installLocal Install A local install of WordPress is a way to create a staging environment by installing a LAMP or LEMP stack on your local computer. of WordPress\nMAMP \u2013 http:\/\/www.mamp.info\/en\/(or XXAMP\/WAMP\/etc)\nMost recent version of WP \u2013\u00a0https:\/\/wordpress.org\/download\/\n\nOther software\nAny photo editor (picasa is free \u2013 http:\/\/picasa.google.com\/)\nChrome or Firefox with\u00a0Firebug installed\u00a0\u2013\u00a0https:\/\/getfirebug.com\/downloads\/\n\nNice but not necessary software\nScreenshot Software like\u00a0Jing \/\u00a0snagit\n\nTeam MeetupMeetup All local\/regional gatherings that are officially a part of the WordPress world but are not WordCamps are organized through https:\/\/www.meetup.com\/. A meetup is typically a chance for local WordPress users to get together and share new ideas and seek help from one another. Searching for \u2018WordPress\u2019 on meetup.com will help you find options in your area. Info\nGOALS\nOfficial policies for creating, editing, testing, and finalizing modules.\nCreate groupings\u00a0of modules organized into\u00a0specific length\/topic workshops\nRevise list of topics in need of modules\u00a0+\u00a0priority list\nFinalize tested modules\nSlides \u2013 yay\/nay\nAGENDA (Day One)\nProject introduction\/history\nSide Group \u2013 Install local environment\nCreate task list\nRevise list of topics in need of modules\nSimultaneously (chosen from task list)\u2026\nWork on current\/new modules\nTest \/ Finalize modules\nWorkshop module lists\n\nDebrief\nAGENDA (Day Two)\nSide Group \u2013 Project introduction\/history\nSide Group \u2013 Install local environment\nReview of day one, task list for day two\nSimultaneously (chosen from task list)\u2026\nWork on current\/new modules\nTest \/ Finalize modules\nWorkshop module lists\n\nDebrief\n#wcusShare this:TwitterFacebookLogin to Reply","permalink":"https:\/\/make.wordpress.org\/training\/2014\/10\/23\/recap-of-october-21-2014-meeting\/","unixtime":1414026706,"unixtimeModified":1445615704,"entryHeaderMeta":"","linkPages":"","footerEntryMeta":"","tagsRaw":"wcus","tagsArray":["label":"wcus","count":16,"link":"https:\/\/make.wordpress.org\/training\/tag\/wcus\/"],"loginRedirectURL":"https:\/\/login.wordpress.org\/?redirect_to=https%3A%2F%2Fmake.wordpress.org%2Ftraining%2F2014%2F10%2F23%2Frecap-of-october-21-2014-meeting%2F&locale=en_US","hasPrevPost":true,"prevPostTitle":"Agenda for October 21, 2014","prevPostURL":"https:\/\/make.wordpress.org\/training\/2014\/10\/21\/agenda\/","hasNextPost":true,"nextPostTitle":"SLACK?! 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