Message from Scott Bowler

ClassicPress was founded with a simple principle: that all decisions were community led and that a single person couldn’t force through their desires.    My goal with ClassicPress was to create an organisation that could flourish without a figurehead and could continue into the future without relying on a traditional power structure (and to avoid […]

Meet the Community: Tim Kaye

ClassicPress Slack Handle: Tim Kaye ClassicPress Forum Handle: timkaye Social media handles: I’m on LinkedIn, but otherwise I don’t do social media: I’m on the web enough as it is, and so much of social media is just nasty. Website: https://timkaye.org Where in the world are you located? I’m British, but I live in Florida, […]

Introducing the 2020 ClassicPress Management Committee

The 2020 ClassicPress Management Committee Elections closed this morning at 12pm UTC, with a 47% turnout of eligible voters. After verifying  the results, I am excited to introduce the 2020 ClassicPress Management Committee. 2020 Management Committee Tim Hughes (@1stepforward) Michelle Coe (@BlueSkyPhoenix) John Alarcon (@CodePotent) Elisabetta Carrara (@ElisabettaCarrara) Charles Lecklider (@invisnet) James Nylen (@james) Patrick […]

Removing all emoji code from a ClassicPress site

Here’s a quick tip for ClassicPress theme developers. If you want to remove all trace of the WordPress/ClassicPress built-in emoji scripts, styles and tags from your ClassicPress site’s pages, here is the code that you need to add to your theme’s functions.php file: remove_action(‘wp_head’, ‘print_emoji_detection_script’, 7); remove_action(‘admin_print_scripts’, ‘print_emoji_detection_script’); remove_action(‘wp_print_styles’, ‘print_emoji_styles’); remove_action(‘admin_print_styles’, ‘print_emoji_styles’); add_filter(’emoji_svg_url’, ‘__return_false’); This […]