Web242 adds ClassicPress auto-installer

I’m pleased to announce we have added a ClassicPress auto-installer to cPanel. Hosting clients can now install ClassicPress (as well as other applications provided from Installatron). Tutorial on our blog to follow!

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Excellent. :+1:

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Yes, that does look good!

Which reminds me. The feature request for a ClassicPress cPAddon on cPanel could still do with 1 or 2 more votes. :wink:

https://features.cpanel.net/topic/cpaddon-support-for-classicpress-a-wordpress-alternative

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Actually, I see there are several other installers in the cPane Appp Catalog. Maybe start hitting them up to include it?

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Hi Avrom,

I think this is a different topic. As you know, WordPress and ClassicPress for that matter are considered “scirpts” or “applications”. They are installed and managed under cPanel “Auto-Installers”. (Installatron does that well).

Unless I’m missing the point, I don’t see CP as an app/script being under the software categories that cPanel provides:
https://applications.cpanel.net/

Installatron now supports CP, and it looks like Softaculous will as well. So it looks like ClassicPress in cPanel is covered now. So I’m not sure I see the feature request to have a single CMS app/program being directly in cPanel. Otherwise all the other scirpts like Joomla and Drupal would be too.

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The point is to increase exposure of ClassicPress in as many places as we can.

cPanel already provides their own installer for WordPress as described here https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/CKB/How+to+Install+WordPress+With+cPanel so Softaculous and Installatron are not necessary if all you’re using is WP.

Hence the reason for submitting a feature request to cPanel asking them to provide their own installer for ClassicPress too, which would sit nicely alongside the existing installer for WP. Like yours does.

More exposure… :slight_smile:

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Got it! Will add my vote in…

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