To get the very best of your Simple:Press installation
Although Simple:Press is free some of the features and support require membership. Here is where you can join the community. With a support membership, you get access to our support forum, our library of Simple:Press plugins and our codex.
In the support forum, you can interact with other Simple:Press users, search our forums for past support topics, or create your own support topic. The Simple:Press team visits the forum each day answering support issues and providing general guidance for the use of Simple:Press.
Our codex is an information rich, detailed online documentation of the Simple:Press plugin. The codex has detailed explanations of every aspect of Simple:Press including installation/upgrading, themes for Simple:Press, plugins for Simple:Press, evolving documentation of the Simple:Press API and an FAQ section.
We offer two different support membership levels. You can select the best one suited for you.
2 Month Membership
12 Month Membership
Some Frequently Asked Questions about Membership
Can I try Simple:Press before signing up for membership
What does membership give me?
For a start – full access to download and use Simple:Press plugins which offer extra features and functionality. You can see a full list of the current plugins at the bottom of our Features page. In addition you can use our active support forums for any questions you may have plus gain access to membership only areas of our evolving and extensive documentation on our Codex site.
Is membership automatically renewed when it expires
Absolutely not. But you will be offered the opportunity to renew of course, It is entirely up to you.
When my membership expires do I still get updates to Simple:Press and Simple:Press plugins?
Yes you do. After you first install it Simple:Press will be freely available for updating via the standard WP update system. Any Simple:Press plugins you have active will also be offered via the WP updater. However you will no longer have access to any new plugins that are added to our library.
Is there any other way to get access to the plugins
Sorry but no. Access to the plugins does require membership. Creating and supporting the plugins takes, perhaps, the largest part of our time and membership is the only way we can fund that development and support.
Do you have Membership and Privacy Policies in place?
How can I ask another question before signing up?
if you have a specific question not covered here then please feel free to use our Contact Email form.