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The official release of WordPress Version 3.6 has been moved back to April 29th according to the WordPress.org Project Schedule. Development for the new version began on January 9th (once team leads were secured), but some of the intended new features have not yet been completed; so the launch schedule has been adjusted accordingly. The current version of WordPress (3.5 Elvin) has been downloaded more than 13.8 million times since its release late last year. The new Version 3.6 will most likely focus on features such as post formats along with the Admin User Interface (UI), which have both been […]

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On Wednesday, premium WordPress theme company ColorLabsProject.com announced an upgrade to its popular BloggingNews template. In a March 13th blog entry, Meidika Rahmadiaji said, “We always try to make our themes perform better and better, so today we announce that the BloggingNews v1.7.8 update is available. In this update, we have fixed a number of known bugs. Most of them are bugs under the hood so you won’t notice any significant changes on the front-end side.” One of the most vital changes to the upgraded version is responsive video embeds. This feature will allow mobile device and tablet computer users […]

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WordPress.com, Vaultpress, BuddyPress, Akismet and WordPress.com VIP parent company Automattic announced Wednesday that it is offering “dream internship” positions for this summer. In a March 13th blog post authored by Mo Jangda, the statement began with “our company Automattic — which runs WordPress.com, Akismet, VaultPress, and many other services — is looking for a few stellar summer student development interns, specifically to work with us on the WordPress.com VIP team.” Jangda went on to say that “as a paid intern, you’ll be working on a range of projects depending on your skills & passions — everything from doing development work […]

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Each website has a unique combination of content and target audience and therefore has different needs when it comes to theme features. An image heavy site might search for a theme with strong slider options while a growing site might track down one with built in SEO options. When looking for a theme for WordPress, its important to keep this in mind. Growing technology allows users to view sites from multiple devices such as smart phones, ipads, laptops and so on; WordPress Themes with Fluid-Width can be resized while maintaining aesthetic appeal. Fluid-Width WordPress themes are a necessity when reaching […]

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Automattic released a statement Tuesday through its subsidiary website BuddyPress.org that the next Beta version of the internal, open source communication tool that allows university students, private organizers and dedicated network users to publish and share ideas, is now available for download. BuddyPress 1.7 Beta 2 can now be downloaded and experimented with at the user’s convenience. Building on a strong first beta version, the new release includes a large number of improvements and bug fixes that have been identified by beta testers over the last several weeks. New Beta Improvements Many of the improvements that have been implemented for […]



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