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 »

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 »