Step 6 Another Commit

GitHub Desktop – Step 6 – Revise

Revise This article is part of a series on Github Desktop. For the introductory piece you can visit here. Sometimes you might find the need to make some extra changes to your initial pull request, or perhaps the maintainers of the “official” repo have suggested you make some revisions. It’s recommended NOT to open a new […]

ClassicPress Release Banner V1.3.0

Introducing ClassicPress 1.3.0

We’re happy to announce the release of ClassicPress version 1.3.0, available now. Version 1.3.0 focuses on improving accessibility in ClassicPress. Accessibility is a key focus for ClassicPress and we will continue to make improvements. A lot of users are switching to ClassicPress because the original editor is more accessible than the new block editor (Gutenberg). […]

ClassicPress Turns 3

ClassicPress Turns 3

It’s been an incredible 3 years at ClassicPress. It may sound like a small number, but reaching the 3-year mark and still going strong is a tremendous achievement for the community. When Scott Bowler launched ClassicPress with a small group of founding members, a lot of people thought the fork of WordPress 4.9 would not […]

nothumb

ClassicPress Migration Plugin with WordPress 5.8 Support and Compatibility Check!

Migrating to ClassicPress from a WordPress install has never been easier. Last week we shared the hands-on experience about migrating to ClassicPress from a WordPress 5.8 Website using the ClassicPress Migration Plugin. A week ago, it required adding a filter to force the ClassicPress Migration Plugin into allowing the WordPress Version 5.8, which at that […]

nothumb

ClassicPress Documentation Hub

Announcing the ClassicPress Documentation Hub We’re excited to announce the ClassicPress Documentation Hub is finally alive and kicking! Many of you probably have visited the previous documentation a few times and then stopped doing so because there was not much information to be used.  One of the major problems was that someone Developing with ClassicPress needed to rely […]