One of the major things holding back the adoption of ClassicPress and calmPress is the availability of the Classic Editor plugin. For most website owners, they not only don’t realize the difference, but believe the Classic Editor is here to stay and will protect them from anything Gutenberg. How do we educate them? Continue reading “ClassicPress vs Classic Editor”
Arguably one of the most important things you need to do with your website is ensure pages load as quickly as possible. Apart from the obvious, such as compressing your images, the best way to do that is by using a caching plugin.
WP Fastest Cache is a simple to use plugin that has both a free and paid version. It is very simple to set up as you will see. Continue reading “Cache me if you can”
Tired of people trying to find your login details and finding ways to block them? This plugin does the opposite. It gives them a page that says they’re not authorised. There is no point in trying any more as they will always get the same page. Continue reading “Plugin to prevent login attacks”
On the 5th of March ClassicPress released its first stable version, the long anticipated Version 1.0.0, an LTS version compatible with WordPress Version 4.9.x
Functionally, it’s not much different to the RC and Beta versions, but it means ClassicPress can now be marketed as a stable product. This is very important, because web hosting companies and plugin developers will not consider a CMS that is still in Beta or development stage as a finished product. Continue reading “ClassicPress releases Version 1.0.0”
I created the WP Forks website to enable me to objectively review forks of WordPress that kept and improved on the classic version. I chose to remain anonymous to ensure that objectivity. But being treated as if I do not understand what is going on is getting to me. So I thought I would give you some idea of who I am. Continue reading “The man behind WP Forks”