This post is part of the series on Installing ClassicPress; ClassicPress is an open source fork of WordPress which aims to target the business market or those looking for a CMS with a focus on security, stability and flexibility.
With ClassicPress downloaded, we can now install it on our website.
The file which was downloaded is a zip file which needs to be unzipped and uploaded to the web site using an FTP client. For this post, I am assuming you have done this already.
With ClassicPress uploaded, we can navigate to the installation web page; this is your usual web address. When the page loads, select your language and click Continue:
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After a couple of RC (release candidate) releases over the last couple of weeks, ClassicPress 1.0.0 “Aurora” has been released.
This is the first version of the hard fork of WordPress to be released; I have previously done a series on migrating from WordPress and am currently part way through a series on installing ClassicPress on a new site.
You can download ClassicPress, or the migration plugin, from the ClassicPress website.
This version is fully compatible with WordPress 4.9.8, but there have been some changes which are detailed in the release notes.
This post is part of a series on Implementing Enhanced Notes from ISC Software Solutions.
Enhanced Notes is one of the GP Elementz available from ISC Software Solutions.
The Enhanced Notes module is a Dexterity customisation which is installed on every Microsoft Dynamics client which replaces the standard notes window in all areas of Dynamics GP.
Instead of a single notes page, Enhanced Notes allows discrete notes to be created:
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