Getting Help

Using MasterPress – Inline help

The MasterPress user interface has been designed to be as helpful as possible within the interface itself. Form fields that need further explanation generally show that explanation adjacent to the control, as you can see highlighted in the screenshot below:

Developer Help

MasterPress includes an extensive Object-Oriented API to help developers bring content into their themes as easily as possible. This web site contains extensive developer documentation to help developers and power users make the most of this API. Developers wanting to get started with the API quickly would do well to visit the Code Recipes section, which covers come of the more common tasks developers will encounter when building themes.

Support Forums and Priority Support

Your licence purchase grants you access to our Support Forums where you can ask us questions about using MasterPress and developing themes with the API, and you can also engage in discussions with other users who may have similar problems.

Holders of a Developer licence can also access our Priority Support form to get a quicker response to specific questions.

Blog Posts

Also keep an eye on our blog, where we will offer a lot of tips, tricks, and tutorials on getting more out of MasterPress.

Latest From the Blog

MasterPress 1.4.1 is now available

27th May 2024

This update addresses backwards compatibility issues that were introduced in the previous update. There were some edge cases where PHP 7 had issues and it didn’t work at all on PHP 5.6. We have now changed it so that the PHP 8 compatibility changes will now only affect PHP 8 and will be more thorough… 

Plugin Requirements

MasterPress requires a minimum of WordPress version 4.9, MySQL 5.6, and PHP version 5.6.20.

We also recommend that PHP is configured to use a memory limit of 64MB per request (128MB may be required for sites with higher complexity).

This plug-in is not compatible with the hosted service.

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