ClassicPress
Version : 1.4.3
Votes: 12


ClassicPress is a community-led open source content management system and a fork of WordPress 4.9.x that preserves the classic TinyMCE editor as the default option. It will be immediately familiar to WordPress 4.9.x users. We believe that when we combine careful, deliberate planning with the insight and collective wisdom of the ClassicPress community, we will ensure the success of ClassicPress for many years to come. Check out our roadmap to learn more. We have an active and growing community of users from many different backgrounds. Whether you are a developer, designer, business owner, or blogger, the ClassicPress Forums are where you can discuss all things ClassicPress. Add your voice to the conversation!

  Space Required : 27.29 MB

  Release Date : 03-09-2022

  Get Support : Visit Support Site

  Reviews : 3

   Features

ClassicPress retains many of the great features of WordPress. However, in addition, it also has these noteworthy qualities :

  • Improved Security : Concerned about security? ClassicPress has a “security-first” approach. No matter how shiny or exciting a new feature is, if it’s not secure, it won’t be added to the platform.

  • Less Bloat : We believe that powerful does not need to mean code-heavy. We've trimmed unnecessary plugins and features from ClassicPress core, and continue to actively seek smart ways to reduce code bloat.

  • Block-free : Choose the development path that works best for you. With the flexibility and stability that ClassicPress provides, you have the freedom to create a solution that meets your unique needs.

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Reviews
Easy
by a Guest - Terry - May 14, 2020, 4:12 pm
ClassicPress is much easier to manage.
Very
by a Guest - Samir - May 22, 2021, 6:39 am
must try if you want to use classic editor
Great
by a Guest - Dennis - November 16, 2021, 1:29 am
If you have spent years creating LOTS of content with the classic editor in WP, being forced into the Gutenberg drag-and-drop scheme can be a total wipeout. ClassicPress allows you keep your existing WP sites going, while you plan your own evolution. There are lots of themes & plugins (for both WP and CP) that can help your site look good on cellphones. I especially like "2012" theme, which is responsive (cellphone-friendly) & easy to tweak with the SiteOrigin CSS plugin.