Did you know that our backup and security software works perfectly fine with @GetClassicPress – not just WordPress? We’re fully committed to supporting ClassicPress, even when it inevitably becomes too dissimilar to its fork parent. We’re in for the long ride.
Oddly enough, I have everything else that Jetpack does turned off. As far as I can tell, only two of my 90 followers get e-mail alerts, which is why I don’t understand how they get notifications and like or comment. I would carry on alone regardless, but there are a few people who have stuck with me for years.
I should have checked the list first, but thank you for adding 2-factor authentication. I’m happy to switch to other plugins as and when they turn up.
May I ask another dumb question? I actually use over 20 plugins, but am happy to do without or switch as necessary. I’ve seen other comments about SEO and people seem to be using a different one to me (All in One SEO). Further down the line and if or when I have to switch - what will happen to everything I’ve typed into their fields? I have over 250 pages and it was a lot of work. If there is the potential for disaster in the future, I may consider going with Dev4Press now rather than creating more redundant stuff over the coming months
@anon71687268 has just released Carbon Copy - “Copy posts, pages, and custom post types with a single click – including taxonomy and metadata! ClassicPress now has a native solution for one-click duplication!”
Great work… that was a plugin on the must-have list and we now have a definite option.
Whether that happens or not in the future, I think it would make sense to include in this must-have list an SMTP plugin, as this is definitely something that is required for most projects.
eg. Post SMTP: https://wordpress.org/plugins/post-smtp/
I pick this one because unlike similar plugins, this one has connectivity and diagnostic tests, supports common APIs also, and now has SMTP option fallback included.