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A few weeks before the WordPress 3.2 general release came out, we linked up a beta copy of the Twenty Eleven theme with a download link so our readers could preview it on pre 3.2 sites.

And no doubt many of […]

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We’ve had some readers ask us if the new Twenty Eleven (the successor to the Twenty Ten) theme will work with older versions of WordPress 3.x and after doing some light testing, we’re happy to report that it does indeed seem to be fine.

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WordPress 3.2 is coming soon – sometime in late June. So here are some of our thoughts and preview of it in no particular order on the latest beta version. By no means is it meant to be an in-depth review – for a […]

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Our friend Kevin at WPMods has written a great review of the new Twenty Eleven WordPress theme that’s included with WordPress 3.2 beta. It’s not a giant leap forward but it has some nice features that would have been normally been reserved for […]

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Well, it’s only been about 8 hours since Automattic released an arsenal of all-in-one WordPress plugins called Jetpack. After trying them out for the past few hours, we’ve arrived at this conclusion: If you add these to existing live sites, you may run […]

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We just tried out the new export plugin in WordPress 3.1. Here’s how it looks like including the option to export navigation menus. A cool update is the export XML file now appends the name of the site to the file name instead of just […]

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Thoughts on WordPress 3.1

On February 24, 2011 By

We think WordPress 3.1 is a nice intermediate upgrade with neat new features such as: internal page/post linking (reviewed one post below), sortable columns in post/pages, admin toolbar in the front end, streamlined content editor (some options are now hidden), post formats, new network admin […]

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Here’s a quick look at what should become of one of the more popular features of the new WordPress 3.1 release, internal linking.

To link something to another page or post, in the editor, simply highlight some text or picture, click on the […]

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WordPress 3.1 is out, if you haven’t seen the notice at the top of your WP admin, click on “Dashboard” at the top left and you’ll see “updates”, where you can start the update process. We’ll have a quick review later today.

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If you’re a hardcore WP proponent with a lot of WordPress sites under your control, WP Status Dashboard can help you keep an eye on them. This self installed app can display […]

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