Recent discussions on Twitter highlighting that ClassicPress does not yet support migrating from WordPress 5.8 and my personal experience doing precisely that, migrating a WordPress 5.8 website to ClassicPress, has motivated me to write up this short post and share my experience. Updating from WordPress 5.7 to 5.8 has ruined my website with one Click. […]
Should it be a post? Should it be a page? If you’ve ever been unsure about the purpose of posts and pages, or when to use one or the other, this quick read will make you an expert! Understanding the differences between posts and pages in ClassicPress will help you to organize and present your […]
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 […]
A river is an interesting study of progress in life and business. It starts with a trickle and gathers momentum, winding its way around obstacles. It forges ahead, sometimes moving quickly and at other times it appears to not be moving at all.
As a fork of WordPress, ClassicPress plans to capitalize on what we believe is a misstep for business and professional users in WordPress’s decision to integrate the block editor into core (originally introduced as the Gutenberg plugin).
There’s an elephant in the room. He’s big, he’s trumpeting, he’s staring right at you and he’s waving a gigantic sign. He’s clearly trying to tell us something.
Over the years I’ve built hundreds of websites using WordPress and I have nothing but admiration for the people who contributed their time, energy and passion to such a wonderful open source project.