WordPress developers have started working on 4.0 release which is scheduled for August 2014. Expected features like Front-end editor, Media grid library are really awesome but this time, the focus is on Multisite (MU) as well. With WordPress 3.0, the MU and Single Site WordPress are merged together and you can enable network by making […]
While working on WordPress, the most common issue is a PHP Fatal error regarding the allowed memory size of xxxxxxx bytes exhausted visible by any debugging tool. This error is reported by PHP when a PHP file is processing too much load than the set limit. There must be lots of plugins active or the theme you are using […]
WordPress 3.3 has been released and it is having lot many new features. One of them is the flyout menu which is really helpful as you don’t need to open each segment on Dashboard to see content inside that main menu. For example, if you want to edit your theme, you just need to hover […]
WordPress is getting more features, looks and performance related changes in WordPress version 3.3. Administrator of the WordPress site will see a welcome message with the details about the latest version after upgrading their WordPress setup. For example, once you will upgrade from WordPress 3.2.1 to WordPress 3.3, you will see a welcome message on […]
WordPress is having custom permalink feature where you can provide the way you want the permalink on your site. The default one is blog_url/?p=post_id. On the permalink structure page under settings panel, you can choose to have date, post title, category, post_id etc. in the permalink structure. With a small change in .htaccess file, your […]
Google has started notifying webmasters about updating the software platform they are using. For example, if you are using older version of WordPress for your blog then you may receive notification in Google Webmaster Tools message section saying that you should update WordPress to latest available version. This initiative from Google will help webmasters in […]
WordPress team is really working hard to fix the security issues and is also keep an eye on the future release. They have released the security update as version 3.1.3 with few enhancements and also released the beta 2 version of WordPress 3.2.
WordPress is getting popular each day and on every update, it is getting new features and options. After few months of WordPress 3.1 release, team has released the first beta of WordPress 3.2 which is having new Admin UI and lot many performance updates.
WordPress 3.1.1 is available to download or upgrade. This is a security and maintenance update covering around 30 issues and tickets raised by users. After WordPress 3.1 update, few people were seeing 404 error for posts using category in the permalink. And some users also reported issues with the newly added admin bar in WordPress 3.1.
Are you planning to start a blog? I would highly recommend WordPress as blogging platform for non techie as well as tech savvy people. Matt Mullenweg and few other folks created WordPress back in 2003 which is now the best CMS platform awarded by reputed organizations. WordPress comes in two different versions and here is a comparison to help you select the best suitable for your blog.