Update WordPress permalinks easily without losing SEO

These days SEO experts recommend that the permalinks for WordPress and ClassicPress websites are set to ‘post name’. If you have an older site then you may have chosen a… More »

Removing all emoji code from a ClassicPress site

Here’s a quick tip for ClassicPress theme developers. If you want to remove all trace of the WordPress/ClassicPress built-in emoji scripts, styles and tags from your ClassicPress site’s pages, here… More »

PLDT Home Fibr router admin and access point (AP) isolation

This post is clearly not our normal fare – it’s not about WordPress or ClassicPress, or Mac computers. We’ve written this in order to help out fellow users of PLDT… More »

Detecting https in PHP – the definitive guide

Detecting whether your PHP code is running on https or http is useful in a number of situations, particularly if you’re building a URL to set a form action or… More »

Catching up with ClassicPress

In our previous article published late last year, “ClassicPress Beta is now available – should we adopt it?“, we took a look at the new WordPress fork called ClassicPress, which… More »

ClassicPress Beta is now available – should we adopt it?

The ClassicPress fork of WordPress, inspired initially by the forced introduction of Gutenberg in WordPress 5.0, is progressing positively, and today the first Beta was released, superceding the initial Alpha… More »

How is ZigPress managing the introduction of Gutenberg?

If you keep your ear to the ground as far as the WordPress content management system is concerned, or even if you don’t, you may have heard that a new… More »

Off-Page SEO Guide: What Backlinks To Build & Why

Do you have an amazing website, add content frequently but are receiving little to no traffic? Or does the following sound familiar? You have spent weeks working on a professional… More »

GIMP annoyances on Mac High Sierra

Following the death of my old MacBook which ran Yosemite and ran GIMP without any problems, I had to purchase a new MacBook, and this one came with the High… More »

Resolving permissions issues in XAMPP on Mac High Sierra

As a WordPress developer I run a webserver on my main development system (a MacBook) so that I can develop and test in a private environment before deploying sites to… More »