WordPress 2.9 – An Amazing Update

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I have been working with WordPress 2.9 now for a few weeks and I cannot remember the last time I was so excited with the new features of WordPress. There are countless little improvements most users would not notice, but there are some killer new features that should not be overlooked. First and foremost – working with images just got a lot cooler! Thumbnails Finally after creating several custom plugins for this – there is now a simple way to select and then use a thumbnail for each post. Simply add a few lines of code into your theme’s functions.php… Read More »

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Post Revision Coming Soon to WordPress!

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I subscribe to the WordPress Development Updates Feed and this morning I got a nice morning surprise: “Post revisioning is in trunk”. This means you will be soon able to create a post, publish it, make a revision, and then keep the old version as well as the new version so you could compare them at a later date. This is one reason I often push clients to Drupal if this is something they need, but to have this in WordPress – this is great news. Great work guys!

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wordpress 2.3 updates: afterthoughts.

Posted by: Jennifer Zelazny | 1 Comment

I have not updated multiple web sites from WordPress 2.2.x to 2.3 and wanted to share some afterthoughts. I enjoy working with WordPress because of the simplicity of their upgrades. Eight out of ten sites sites I updated so far to 2.3 had no problems whatsoever. The two sites (this one was one of them) that had errors were due to outdated plugins. Once I updated the plugins to the latest versions – everything ran smoothly. None of the themes I had created had any problems and some of them are quite complicated. Out of all the CMSes I have… Read More »

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