It was announced today that WordPress 2.6 has been officially released. Here are a few features in the new version of WordPress: Post revisions – Manage older post saves, very useful for multi-author or collaborative blogging Google gears – Designed to speed up your WordPress admin panel PressThis – Easily blog about something from wherever
It was recently announced by Ryan Boren, that WordPress 2.6 Beta 1 has been released. Here are some things you should know: They are targeting a mid-July release. It will have post revisions. Theme previewing, which I guess will make this plugin obsolete. Improved SSL support for the administration panel Ability to relocate content directory
Breaking news. It’s only been a month and WordPress 2.5.1 has already been released. It’s recommended to upgrade soon for “one very important security fix.” In addition, it also addresses over 70 other bug fixes including various fixes to the administration panel and media uploader.
This is literally breaking news. I was browsing through the WordPress.org website and was surprised to see the new design out of nowhere. I’m happy to announce WordPress 2.5 has been released. So far there have been 34,051 downloads and counting. You can download it here. Hopefully our installing WordPress tutorial is still up-to-date. If
Just in case you didn’t see this screencast of WordPress 2.5 RC2, I suggest you take a look. Matt from WordPress created a video that demonstrates the new photo gallery feature in the new version of WordPress. RC2 is available for download now as well if you want to test it out for yourself. Like
I just stumbled upon this post about an exploit which allows a hacker/spammer to inject links and HTML into your WordPress installation. If you see a /wp-content/1/ directory in your FTP, you have likely been affected. Over 9000 other WordPress blogs are in the same boat. As you can see, ringtones, gambling, the usual spammy
Yes, I know I’m a couple days on this story, like my last news story. Anyway, the release WordPress 2.5 has been hyped up for a while now. Being scheduled, postponed, rescheduled, and postponed some more. Matt from WordPress recently announced the release of WordPress 2.5 RC1 on the WordPress development blog. There have been