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WordPress 3.1 Released

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February 23rd, 2011
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WordPress 3.1 has been released. This release features a lightning fast redesigned linking workflow which makes it easy to link to your existing posts and pages, an admin bar so you’re never more than a click away from your most-used dashboard pages, a streamlined writing interface that hides many of the seldom-used panels by default to create a simpler and less intimidating writing experience for new bloggers (visit Screen Options in the top right to get old panels back), and a refreshed blue admin scheme available for selection under your personal options. All together, this release fixes more than 820 issues. Users can upgrade automatically via their Dashboard or use the manual instructions. As always, please contact the WordPress Support Forums if you run into any trouble. Now that WordPress 3.1 has been released, the core developers plan 3.2  to be a shorter development cycle,  ”and include some fun improvements […]

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WordPress 3.1 RC3 Released

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January 24th, 2011
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The third WordPress 3.1 Release Candidate has been released. There have been a few significant changes made since the second Release Candidate, including the removal of AJAX list tables, which introduced too many bugs and usability issues to be considered stable for 3.1 Because of the major changes, the developers are asking for as many beta testers as they can get. If you run into any problems, please feel free to discuss them in the Alpha/Beta section of the Support Forums or contact the wp-testers mailing list. If you run into any bugs, please follow this guide to report them. Have you tried WordPress 3.1 RC3 yet? If you have, what do you think so far? Are you ready for the final release of WordPress 3.1?

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WordPress 3.1 RC2 Released

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January 2nd, 2011
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The second WordPress 3.1 Release Candidate has been released. A few changes have been made since the first Release Candidate, and the final release will probably be next, so it’s time take it for a spin and try it with your favorite plugins and themes if you’re concerned about compatibility. If you run in to any problems, please feel free to discuss them in the Alpha/Beta section of the Support Forums or contact the wp-testers mailing list. If you run in to any bugs, please follow this guide to report them. Have you tried WordPress 3.1 RC2 yet? If you have, what do you think so far? Are you ready for the final release of WordPress 3.1?

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WordPress 3.1 RC1 Released

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December 27th, 2010
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The first WordPress 3.1 Release Candidate has been released. A release candidate is the final stage between beta and final release, and the development equivallent of “we think we’re done.” Over 700 tickets have been resolved so far, and only a few have shown up in the last few hours. The final release of WordPress 3.1 is just around the corner, so it’s time for both developers and users to take it for a spin and try it with your favorite plugins and themes. If you run in to any problems, please feel free to discuss them in the Alpha/Beta section of the Support Forums or contact the wp-testers mailing list. If you run in to any bugs, please follow this guide to report them. Have you tried WordPress 3.1 RC1 yet? If you have, what do you think so far?

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WordPress 3.1 in Need of More Testers

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December 25th, 2010
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WordPress 3.1 is running just a little bit behind schedule.  The second beta was released ten days ago and more testers are needed to make sure that the final release doesn’t ship with any undiscovered bugs. The final release is hopefully not too far away, so now’s the perfect time to download the beta and make sure that your plugins and themes work. If you find any bugs with WordPress 3.1, please feel free to discuss them with the wp-testers mailing list. Have you tried WordPress 3.1 yet?

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WordPress 3.1 Beta 2 Released

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December 15th, 2010
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The second beta of WordPress 3.1 has been released for your testing enjoyment. As before, you should probably avoid using this on a live site, and make sure to backup your files and database before upgrading. There are still a few known issues, but if you find any more, please feel free to discuss them with the wp-testers mailing list. If you’re a plugin or theme developer, please test them for compatibility, as the final release of 3.1 is not too far away. Have you tried the WordPress 3.1 Beta yet? What do you think so far?

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WordPress 3.1 Beta Released

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November 27th, 2010
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The WordPress 3.1 Beta has been released for your weekend testing enjoyment. This first beta release is certainly more stable than the alpha releases, but you might want to avoid using it on a regular live site at this time. If you’re itching to try 3.1, be sure to check out all the new features, including Post Formats. If you’re upgrading an existing blog, please backup your files and database first, for when you need to make a hasty retreat. Stop by the Alpha/Beta section of the support forums for help with any problems that you meet. Have you tried the WordPress 3.1 Beta yet? What do you think so far?

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WordPress 3.1 Comes to WordPress.com

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November 19th, 2010
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Now you can try some of the latest and greatest WordPress 3.1 features without having to upgrade your own blog to the alpha release. All you need is a free blog from WordPress.com. The WordPress.com team has just merged all of WordPress.com with the 3.1 branch. Not only will WordPress.com users have access to new features like internal linking, improved Dashboard pagination, and Dashboard column sorting, but the WordPress 3.1 branch has just gained well over a million beta testers! If you can’t wait to try WordPress 3.1, get a free WordPress.com blog today and don’t be afraid to contact the Happiness Engineers if you find any bugs. Do you have a blog on WordPress.com? What do you think of the new features?

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Post Formats Explained

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November 13th, 2010
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Premiering with WordPress 3.1 some time next month, Post Formats is one of the most talked about and often confusing of the new features. The documentation is beginning to take shape, and a list of Post Formats is being finalized, so what is a Post Format? Think of Post Formats like categories, but more from a design standpoint than an organizational one. Basically, Post Formats offer a microblogging-style way to assign a specific style to your post based on content. So far, Post Formats are available for asides, audio, chat transcripts, galleries, links, quotes, single images, status updates, and videos. What that means is, if your theme takes advantage of these Post Formats, you will have any easy way to display each format with a unique style. As Otto illustrates, Matt Mullenweg has done this for some time. Many themes have brought similar functionality tied to specific categories, but what happens […]

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