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Here’s the list of some of the improvements made to WordPress in version 3.2 from WordPress.org for a complete list visit WordPress Codex
Have been scouring the web for info on how to add support for the new WordPress post formats to themes. I’m not a php coder and was really hoping for something that just spelled it out – what I found were several interesting discussions and methods (see below for links).
Just starting to work with post formats in WordPress 3.1
Post formats allow you to display different post types in unique ways.
Recently was going back through some older themes (including this one) and updating to take advantage of the new features in WordPress 3.0 – had to search around a little to find the appropriate code snippets to include figured I’d go ahead and list them out here in case anyone else was interested in doing the same thing.
As WordPress continues to roll out updates it’s becoming increasing common for some plugins to fail to survive the update. Early on I was in a habit of immediately updating my sites as soon as the newest version of WordPress rolled out. Then during one update a plugin that was critical to the operation of the site broke causing a mad dash to find a replacement or lose the primary function of the site.
Most of the chaPressnges to WP 2.8 are backend or admin changes.
I haven’t really written about any specific wordpress plugins so I thought I would mention a few that I highly recommend. I’ll be adding them in no particular order (not trying to show favoritism) since they all serve different purposes.
WordPress allows for many people to contribute to the same blog/site. Since it would not be wise to give all users the same access to the site and it’s functions WordPress has defined different access limits for each level of user.