Get started with AppPresser.
After purchase, reset your password and login at https://myapppresser.com
You will be redirected to your site, myapppresser.com/your-site-slug Bookmark this! This is where you will find your app builder, account information, and downloads.
1. WordPress Setup
On your WordPress site, you need to install the AppPresser plugin, JWT Authentication plugin, and the AP3 Ion Theme at a minimum. You can also install additional extensions. Please follow the instructions in see this article.
2. Create Your First App
Create your first app by visiting your app dashboard (myapppresser.com/your-site), and click + New App at the top right.
Choose the options you'd like in your app, add your WordPress URL, and click Create App.
Make sure you've installed the AppPresser plugins correctly, then verify your WordPress URL.
If you see any errors, please contact support, as your app will not work properly yet.
If everything looks good, click the link to start customizing your app, or click App Customizer in the left sidebar.
Please watch the video below for help customizing your app.
Your next steps:
- Learn about adding content and pages to your app here
- Learn more about previewing your app and testing on a device here.
- Install any extensions you need, like AppCommunity, AppCommerce, etc.
- Learn how to customize your app menu
You can find lots more in our documentation.
You can find your billing information on your account page. Login to your app dashboard, and click account at the top left. Here you can modify your billing information and view account status.
Migrating From AppPresser 3
If you are migrating, please see these articles:
Issues with CloudFlare
If your site is connected to CloudFlare, make sure that you have disabled the Proxy setting in your DNS records, otherwise you may see issues whilst attempting to verify your URL.
Issues with WPMUDev
If your site is hosted with WPMUDev, you should not have any issues with verifying your URL, however, you may see issues whereby the data does not load into the app. This can potentially be caused by the Object Cache WPMUDev uses. If you clear this cache, it should allow the content to display in the customiser afterwards.