ClassicPress Documentation

FAQ and Support

What is new/different in ClassicPress v1?Link to this section

Details of the changes in ClassicPress v1 are available in on our forums.

Will my current plugins and themes work in ClassicPress?Link to this section

All current plugins and themes which work in WordPress 4.9.x, will work in ClassicPress v1. If you’re experiencing something different, that’s probably a bug with ClassicPress, and we’d appreciate you reporting it in the support forums, Slack, or GitHub.

I’m a developer, will I need to learn any new language or framework to develop in ClassicPress?Link to this section

Not unless you want to! We have some exciting features planned for version 2 and beyond, but they will all be optional and fully backwards-compatible.

How can I indicate my plugin/theme is compatible with CP?Link to this section

Plugins and themes should be tagged ClassicPress to allow users to easily find them when searching on the Wordpress.org site or repositories via the ClassicPress admin panel.

A number of plugins have already been tagged as compatible with ClassicPress and can easily be found in the WordPress Plugin Repository.

I think I found a bug – what do I do?Link to this section

Bugs can be reported on the support forums or, if you know how to write a bug report, via GitHub. If logging via GitHub, please make sure to follow the template instructions:

I need help with something else, what should I do?Link to this section

If you have an issue with ClassicPress that you’d like some help resolving, go to our support forum and make a new topic. Be sure to search existing posts first to make sure your question hasn’t already been answered.

If you just have a question or want to chat with us about something, you can join our Slack group.

Please remember that like all of ClassicPress, our support is a volunteer effort by the community. If you are able to help answer support questions in the forum, that is also more than welcome!