ClassicPress Forum Handle: LinasSimonis Social media handles: If I am on social media, I am LinasSimonis, but I am not active anywhere. Except Twitter; all posts by @PressHill_Host are posted by me. Yes, this hosting is my new project. We are building quite elitist hosting, and ClassicPress will be among only 3 applications you can […]
Installing a new ClassicPress website using Installatron A while ago we explained how to import your existing sites into Installatron. In this post I will give a step by step tutorial for how to install a new site. BEFORE INSTALL: Make sure your hosting supports PHP 7.0 or above, recommended when installing ClassicPress Step 1: […]
We are inviting all Trust Level 2 users and above to vote in the Management Committee Elections taking place right now. The vote is open from December 2nd 12:00 pm to December 9th 12:00 pm. Vote Here If the link above takes you to a 404 page that means you have not yet met the […]
It is that time of year for closure, and that means a lot of looking back and forward. Many people are already doing their personal reflections and reviews of 2019. We are moving into the future, and in 2020, something entirely new is going to happen for the project. For the first time, the committee […]
Creating articles for the ClassicPress blog This is a somewhat more meta article about the making of articles for the ClassicPress blog. A lot happens behind the scenes when we bring you a new article. I’ve had lots of contact with people about almost everything we post here. Who am I? Well you know who […]
Internationalization, or i18n as it’s often abbreviated, is an important part of many projects. That is why we want to highlight a course made by Ian Grieve of azurecurve. In this course Ian will take you through the process of translating plugins (and themes) step by step. Ian introduces his new series as follows: “I […]
All about the wp-config file If you use an installer you might have never actually looked into the wp-config file. Many people will tell you that it is probably one of the more important files in your ClassicPress installation to understand. This is because there are so many things that it can do to cause […]
I’d been hoping for a CMS-oriented WordPress fork for a couple of years, ever since it became clear that WordPress was not going to embrace its potential as a professional CMS. So I was already on the lookout for a fork that looked like it would succeed.
I work in advertising, doing whatever must be done… from creating layouts or retouching photos to using the screwdriver to try to fix digital printers or inserters! I like programming, even if I’m not necessarily a good coder.
When performing changes to your theme, like changing up the template; adding functionality; or adding CSS, it is often advised to use a child theme. But how do you make a child theme? What even is a child theme? Why do you need this? All questions that people new to this level of ClassicPress will come up against.