Migrating to ClassicPress: Download ClassicPress Migration Plugin

This post is part of a series on migrating to ClassicPress from WordPress. The easiest way to migrate an existing WordPress site to ClassicPress, is to use the ClassicPress migration plugin available from here: The file downloaded is a zip file, but, as the download page says, this does not… Read more“Migrating to ClassicPress: Download ClassicPress Migration Plugin”

Migrating to ClassicPress: Why Migrate to ClassicPress?

This post is part of a series on migrating to ClassicPress from WordPress. As mentioned in the series index post, ClassicPress is a fairly recent fork of WordPress which has announced itself as ready for use on live sites. Initially as a response to the inaccessible Gutenberg, they are now… Read more“Migrating to ClassicPress: Why Migrate to ClassicPress?”

Migrating to ClassicPress: Series Index

ClassicPress is a fairly recent fork of WordPress which has announced itself as ready for use on live sites. Initially as a response to the inaccessible Gutenberg, they are now positioning themselves as a CMS business-focused CMS which is a modified and enhanced version of WordPress (without Gutenberg) that serves… Read more“Migrating to ClassicPress: Series Index”

ClassicPress: An Alternative to WordPress is Ready for Live Sites

ClassicPress is a modified and enhanced version of WordPress (without Gutenberg) that aims to serve the business website market; the concept of this fork was launched by Scott Bowler. I’m not going to try to speak for Scott, so I’ll link to the original post he did on why ClassicPress… Read more“ClassicPress: An Alternative to WordPress is Ready for Live Sites”

What If Gutenberg for WordPress Doesn’t Work For Me?

Gutenberg is coming. Gutenberg is included in WordPress 5 which is slated for release on 6th December 2018. This is avoidable in the short term, by preventing WordPress upgrading or by upgrading and then installing the Classic Editor plugin, but this plugin has been announced as only supported until 31stDecember… Read more“What If Gutenberg for WordPress Doesn’t Work For Me?”

WordPress and the Problem With Gutenberg

I’ve already posted about the problems I’ve encountered testing the Gutenberg Editor, which basically makes it unusable to me. However, the problems go far beyond this as you can install the Classic Editor to retain the current functionality. The problem for the future, is that Gutenberg is not intended to… Read more“WordPress and the Problem With Gutenberg”