Setting the default category for new posts in ClassicPress means one less thing to remember. This is really handy if you write a lot in a given category.
When adding bits of code to your ClassicPress site, you might think to add it to your functions.php file. Is there another way? A better way? Join me in this deep-dive discussion of utility plugins – then we’ll build one to get you started!
A consistent set of constants for paths and URLs can improve speed and efficiency in creating ClassicPress plugins. Learn how to leverage this technique to save time and get more work done faster.
If you’re staying on WordPress 4.9.x for awhile to see how ClassicPress plays out, the update notice in your dashboard will probably become a nuisance. Here’s how to hide it!
And now, ladies and gentlemen, without further ado – or is it adieu!? I was surprised by the answer! Have I been using this incorrectly all along?! Join me as I unravel this mystery.
Is it safe to use WordPress plugins and themes with ClassicPress? The answer is yes! Here’s a discussion on why and information that will help you prepare for the future.