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WordPress Functions Implementation History Tool

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WordPress Functions Implementation History Tool: Ozh has come up with a fantastic WordPress Function Implementation History tool that is essentially a way to check when a function was implemented in WordPress and when and if it was removed in a trendy axajified manner, it will let you search across nearly 1900 functions through 31 WordPress releases, from 0.71 to 2.3. He also released a map of WordPress functions through all the versions. Very useful tool indeed. Thank you Ozh!

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  1. Ozh (88 comments.) says:

    My pleasure :)

  2. Milorad says:

    axajified? :)

    Show us your axaj!

  3. anoop says:

    hi, i want to upload image by a wordpress widget.Presently the widget contains
    an editor and i want to add this feature more . I think ajax is the best solution. Anybody can give me an advice…..
    Rgds



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