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The most popular blogging platform has really come a long way since its inception in 2003. Its latest iteration in WordPress 3.9 – named after jazz player Jimmy Smith – included live widget and header previews and faster image editing and uploading.
WordPress 3.7 is not yet out, but WP developers and users are already discussing the even newer version of the world’s most popular content management system and blogging platform. WordPress 3.8 is estimated to be released in December, and the WP community is closely following the development process. For the first time WordPress is working on two releases simultaneously, even though official development of 3.8 will start only after the release of WordPress 3.7, scheduled for mid-October. As co-founder of WordPress Matt Mullenweg announce in his State of the Word address at WordCamp 2013, version 3.8 will be more experimental and will use an innovative “features-as-plugins” model. So what are the major experiments coming up in the 3.8 release?
The WordPress community is anxiously anticipating the new 3.7 version. Less than a week ago WordPress announced the Beta 2 release, and in September unveiled some of the best upcoming features in their Beta 1 release announcement. WordPress 3.7 is arriving any day now, so what should we expect from the new version?
Last week WordPress released the first beta of their latest version, 3.6. Here are our top five new features in the latest WordPress 3.6 beta.
Guide on how to setup LAMP on a Rackspace CentOS 6.3 image
WP to Buffer is a plugin for WordPress that sends updates to your Buffer (bufferapp.com) account for scheduled publishing to social networks when you publish and/or update WordPress Pages, Posts and/or Custom Post Types.
Table of Contents Generator is a plugin for WordPress that automatically generates an ordered Table of Contents list by scanning a Pages' content headings.
A step by step guide on how to fix Google Web Fonts which sometimes do not display in Chrome on OSX Lion, instead showing web safe equivalents.
Step by step guide on how to add your first plugin to the WordPress repository using SVN on Windows, as well as providing ongoing updates.