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Now that you’ve handled all the big ticket items for the day, there are just a few small tasks that you need to take care of. These are basic things that don’t take too long to do but are necessary for the day to run smoothly.
Ideally, you want WordPress to be installed and set up for all teams before they arrive in the morning. This means that you will need the FTPFTPFTP is an acronym for File Transfer Protocol which is a way of moving computer files from one computer to another via the Internet. You can use software, known as a FTP client, to upload files to a server for a WordPress website. https://codex.wordpress.org/FTP_Clients. and database details for each non-profit to run the WordPress install on their new domains. In some cases, your host may handle this for you, but if they do not, make sure to have it sorted out before the day begins.
This is also important for your teams to all have access to on the morning of the event – the websites may be all set up with WordPress, but the teams will need the domain FTP details as well as the WordPress admin login details. Make sure to have all of that information available for each team. Often the best way to do this is to print out the info for each team and have the printed sheet available on their tables when they arrive.
It’s a good idea to have name badges for all attendees (non-profit representatives and participants). The simplest (and altogether cheapest) way to do that is to get sheets of stickers and a few pens so that when people arrive, they can write their name on a sticker and stick it on their clothing.
Aside from the name badges, having some basic stationery available for the teams is helpful. If you can get a notebook and pen for each individual, that would be great, but if not, then one notebook for each team is also helpful. This gives them space to sketch designs, plan UIUIUI is an acronym for User Interface - the layout of the page the user interacts with. Think ‘how are they doing that’ and less about what they are doing. flows, and take helpful notes. There’s a good chance that one of your sponsors can provide branded notebooks for this, so chat with them about that.