LMS Integration Plugin

The LMS Integration plugin allows you to connect your site with your LMS course. Your course participants are able to log in via your LMS course to your CampusPress site provided their username or email address match their LMS credentials. Connect Your Site to Canvas You connect a new site to Canvas as follows: 1….Continue Reading LMS Integration Plugin

CampusPress Flex Theme Guide

CampusPress Flex has been developed by the CampusPress team as an accessibility-ready theme with 100’s of layouts and customizations ideal for all sorts of sites including schools, departments, districts, organizations, magazines, and more using the block editor. It includes several options for menus and navigation– including the ‘mega menus’ as well as built-in Google Translate…Continue Reading CampusPress Flex Theme Guide

Bulk Media Downloader Plugin

The Bulk Media Downloader plugin allows users to select, zip and download multiple media files from their media library at the same time. Download Media Files Once the Bulk Media Downloader plugin has been activated in Plugins > All Plugins you’ll see an option to download media files in your media library. You download media…Continue Reading Bulk Media Downloader Plugin

Post Expirator Plugin

The Post Expirator plugin allows you to add an expiration time and date to posts. This can be configured to either delete the post, change it to a draft, stick or unstick a post, make a post private or update the post categories when it expires. Add Expiration Time and Date Once the Post Expirator…Continue Reading Post Expirator Plugin


Blocks are the components used for adding content to the Block Editor.   The Block Editor documentation explains how to add blocks. There are many different types of block available: Archives Block Audio Block Button Block Categories Block Classic Block Code Block Columns Block Cover Block Custom HTML Block Embed Block File Block Gallery Block Heading…Continue Reading Blocks

Classic Block

The classic block looks like the classic editor but it is in block form.  The most common situation where you would use the classic block is if you activated a plugin that adds TinyMCE buttons to the Classic editor such as Pixabay plugin or the Advanced Tables plugin. Here’s what it looks like when it’s…Continue Reading Classic Block

Audio Block

The audio block allow you to embed a piece of music or other sound files right into your post or page. Here’s what it looks like when it’s added to the Block Editor. To add an audio block you click on the + icon at the right of any empty block or at the top…Continue Reading Audio Block

Block Editor

The Block Editor was launched in late 2018 and is a major change to the Classic Editor that WordPress users used previously. The Block Editor, also known as Gutenberg, uses a totally different method by moving to a block-based approach and each item you add to your post or page is a block.  You can…Continue Reading Block Editor