About AWP

The idea behind this group is simple, a place for WP developers on Facebook to meet and share ideas and knowledge with a focus on the most advanced features and functionality without necessarily having to go into any basics.

AWP Rules:

Rule 1 of AWP Club: You don’t talk about AWP Club lol. No just kidding we want you to talk all you want about it and tell all your Advanced friends to join.

Rule 2: If you have a question first do a Google search, then try Stack OverFlow or the WordPress forums, you can even search this group for answers by typing in a search word into the search button up next to Notifications. If you’ve done a bunch of research on your problem and still don’t have a solution, present your question to the group and provide the context of the research you did so we see that you’ve done your homework and we know what hasn’t worked yet for you.

Rule 3: Many of us have answered the same set of questions again and again and some of us may ignore what appears to be a simple or repeated answer. We are not trying to be elitist here but if it’s a question we’ve already covered then you should be clicking on the search button next to the group’s notifications to see if someone’s already answered your question before.

Rule 4: Have fun, we all come here for the software but we stay for the community, if you’re not having fun or attending our local meetup events on Meetup.com then let us know and we’ll make you come out, drink some beers, have some pizza and talk code for a few hours.

Latest Posts

AWP CHALLENGE: Learning By Doing
I’m excited to see that our #2019AWPCHALLENGE is going strong. The entries we’ve been getting are showcasing how many highly skilled developers we have in…
To kick off 2019 strong in our Advanced WordPress Facebook group, we’ve started an intiative called the “AWP Challenge”. Essentially, we’re challenging our members to…
AWP Interview Series with Chris Lema on Monday, October 1 at 11am Pacific time. Live only in the AWP Facebook Group.
A live interview/AMA with LiquidWeb's VP of Product and Innovation, Chris Lema. Are hosted plugin offerings the future for Managed WP hosts? Let's find out!