The latest version of WordPress is finally here and available for download following a brief beta testing period. On Thursday, WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg posted on the WordPress.org website that “version 3.7 of WordPress, named ‘Basie’ in honor of Count Basie, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. This release features some of the most important architectural updates we’ve made to date.” One of the biggest features to be included in Version 3.7 is the automatic updates process that will take care of ensuring you are using the latest version of WordPress without the need to be […]
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A serial entrepreneur in projects large and small across multiple industries. Mike is the CEO of Terran Marketing which specializes in WordPress based websites.
Earlier this week, WordPress developer Andrew Nacin announced a new maintenance and security release for WordPress, which he recommends be downloaded immediately. WordPress 3.6.1 addresses a total of 13 bugs that have been identified in Version 3.6. Overall, the developer stated recently that the WordPress 3.6 release – despite its delay – has been one of the smoothest releases ever of the WordPress platform. According to Nacin, (pictured) “WordPress 3.6.1 is also a security release for all previous WordPress versions and we strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. It addresses three issues fixed by the WordPress security team.” […]
This month has quite a bit in store for the WordPress enthusiast, especially considering the fact that there will be a total of seven WordCamps for the remainder of this month. Five of the camps are placed throughout the continental United States while the other two will be held in Tokyo, Japan (September 14th) and Wroclaw, Poland (September 28th-29th). Best of all, there will be two back-to-back weekends in which three WordCamps will be held at different locations. Tickets are still available for the events, although availability may be limited due to demand and space constrictions. WordCamps – What To […]
On Thursday, Boone Gorges of the Automattic team announced that the initial beta version of BuddyPress 1.8 is now available to the public. “Ladies and gentlemen, start your testing engines: BuddyPress 1.8-beta1 is ready for a lap around the track,” Gorges wrote. “If you develop BuddyPress themes or plugins, or if you run a BP-powered community site, now is the time to start testing the next major version of BuddyPress in your development environments. BP 1.8 will feature a large number of fixes and enhancements. For the full list, see the 1.8 milestone in Trac.” The BuddyPress Concept Originally conceived […]
Here at WPHub, we aim to keep our readers up to date on new premium WordPress theme companies that open up shop. One such firm, called TeslaThemes, officially began offering its services to the public last month and currently has a catalog that includes seven downloadable themes; all differing from one another in design and functionality. An in-house company statement published recently by the TeslaThemes staff welcomed new customers to the website while also giving a rundown of what visitors can expect when browsing through the themes and services that Tesla has to offer. Marketed as a “Rational WordPress Theme […]