ClassicPress tips, tricks, and tutorials!


#1

Just a quick announcement that CodePotent.com is alive! It’s a resource site for tips & tricks, tutorials, articles…and my free plugins!

There’s about 20 articles (so far)…a little something for everyone. It’s probably 90% ClassicPress-related material. :smiley: I don’t have many social followers, so… any shares of this Tweet would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!


#2

Looks good. Read a few articles and already learnt something new. You have done a great job and I’m sure the site will help a lot of people.

Volunteering your time and expertise to do this is a great indication of how selfless input, that doesn’t involve spending or asking for money, can make a world of difference.

It’s great to see people getting in on the ground floor of a new venture. I bet the same excitement existed when WP forked B2 in 2003. They have had their run, it’s time for a new kid on the block.


#3

Thanks, @Mick – this is great to hear!

In time, I will create premium offerings to better sustain the effort. Nobody can survive on high 5ives and hugs alone. :smile: That said, there will always be a ton of free stuff – from articles to tutorials to plugins. I hope you find the site of use time and again!

I wasn’t heavily invested in WP in the real early days, but, I suspect you’re probably right.


#4

Nothing wrong in that. Having something to sell, if people want it, can be the “meat & potatoes” that justifies the effort.

It is the free content, such as how-to articles, that attracts the visitors. They (we) learn something new and come back for more. Eventually we start to look at what you are also selling.

I think people understand that, and it’s only sites that try to use the “bait & switch” tactic that put people off.


#5

If there are any particular topics that would of value (to anyone reading here) please feel free to comment this thread or message me. :slight_smile:


#6

Your comments are not correctly showing the author names. Also you should put an effective date on your privacy policy otherwise it’s impossible for anyone to know you updated it.


#7

Hi, @Aractus.

The author names are not shown to users who are logged out. I’m using the Username Protection plugin for this. I agree, the wording wasn’t ideal. I’ve updated the site to read a little better:

About the Privacy Policy, I’ve added an updated date to the end of it.

Thanks for your report!