MasterPress 1.1.7 is now available. Another minor release. Fixing a compatibility issue with Gutenberg and the Visual Editor field. We’ve also added a quick note under the empty license key field in the plugin settings, to avoid people using their limited license keys on development websites.
Welcome to the MasterPress Documentation area.
If you’re new to MasterPress, read through this section to get started with the plug-in. Topics include an installation guide, initial setup, and an outline of the major sections within the plug-in.
If you’re already familiar with installing and configuring plug-ins, we’d advise that you at least read through the Initial Setup and folder structure section which contains information that may not be obvious from just using the plug-in alone.
MasterPress includes an extensive object-oriented API that not only lets you access custom field data in your themes, but gives you a whole new way to work with the content and data in your WordPress site.
The Developer guide will give you a complete understanding of the MasterPress API, offering an introductory overview, a series of task-oriented examples (code recipes), and a complete class and method reference with hundreds of examples.