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- Link to it so others can find it.
- Give it a 5 star rating on WordPress.org
According to the guys at WordPress, June 30, 2011 is the drop date for WordPress 3.2. Giggity!
The good news is the improvements to existing features and faster page loads is the mantra of this version.
The not so good news it WordPress 3.2 will be dropping support for:
- PHP version 5.1 and below, 5.2 will be the minimum.
- You’ll need MySQL version 5.0.15 or above running the database
They’ll also be dropping support for IE 6 and phasing out IE 7 support. Yes! A cheer erupts from the designers of the world.
So the question is:
Are you ready for WordPress 3.2?
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Do you need help upgrading?
Most hosting companies will help you upgrade your server, sometimes it’s as simple as telling the server in your .htaccess file to treat all the .php extension as PHP 5.
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If you haven't updated to Firefox version 4, please do. Firefox 4 has some big security updates. Read more
Microsoft marks Internet Explorer 6′s tenth year of existence with a campaign to kill it. And the website design world collectively breathes a sigh of relief. Read more
I am more excited than a kid on Christmas, or a Trekkie at a Starfleet convention….
With the 3.1 release, WordPress is more of a CMS than ever before. The only limit to what you can build is your imagination.
According to the release they have given us WordPress developers tons of new hooks and features to get our clients’ websites the tools they need to make waves.
The update includes:
- Unique styling for the different types of posts
- New CMS capabilities
- Archive pages for custom content types
- A new Network Admin
- They rebuilt the import and export system
- We now have control over taxonomy
- And custom fields queries