ClassicPress instead of Wordpress

Since wordpress was launched by Gutenberg Editor
Many who are not satisfied with it seek an alternative
One of these alternatives is ClassicPress
Which is essentially wordpress without gutenberg
Is ProFreeHost familiar with this
and will allow ClassicPress on its server
It may not be bad to set it up as a car kit
More about classicpress can be read on the forum

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  • edited December 2018

    @Dobronamjernik said:
    Since wordpress was launched by Gutenberg Editor
    Many who are not satisfied with it seek an alternative
    One of these alternatives is ClassicPress
    Which is essentially wordpress without gutenberg
    Is ProFreeHost familiar with this
    and will allow ClassicPress on its server
    It may not be bad to set it up as a car kit
    More about classicpress can be read on the forum

    Wordpress allows you to install the OLD editor. So I do not see how that is a problem. But, ProFreeHost has no control over what KIND of software is installed in the script installer. If you want them to get it, you have to contact Softaculous.

  • @TheCrafters said:

    Wordpress allows you to install the OLD editor. So I do not see how that is a problem. But, ProFreeHost has no control over what KIND of software is installed in the script installer. If you want them to get it, you have to contact Softaculous.

    And to put it simply, yes, you can run ClassicPress as long as it does violate the ToS.

  • edited December 2018

    Wordpress allows you to install the OLD editor.

    I know for classic editor and disble gutenberg plugin
    Only they will work until the end of 2021, later
    I know until the end of 2021 there are still three years and by then ... who knows

    And besides, in some forums I've seen the classic editor crashed the page
    because the plugin is in conflict with some other add-ons or themes

    EDIT:
    Using the migration from WordPress to ClassicPress I can not manage to migrate
    I managed to get on the CP manually with FilleZille
    Support from ClassicPress says the problem in PHP is confusion on the server

    Using localhost XAMPP migration was carried out without any problems

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