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, you can use this plugin to prevent your site from updating to WordPress 5.0 while still allowing security updates for 4.9.x through!
Protecting email addresses from spammers is no easy task, but I’ve successfully used a sneaky tactic. If you can put in a little footwork, this technique will save you a lot of time and clutter!
Adding a simple commenting policy sets expectations and gives you a game plan when trolls and negativity rear their ugly head. You can copy mine if you like!
ClassicPress categories and tags allow you to sort your content in logical ways. Should you use categories or tags? Or both? Learn how to organize your content for maximum impact!