WordPress 3.9 was released on 16th April 2014. Read more about features introduced and updated in 3.9 including a TinyMCE upgrade and audio/video playlists.
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Here are the main changes in the 3.8 release. New Admin Interface based on MP6 The most noticeable change for most sites is the new Admin Interface on the site. The new interface is a flat, modern design and is fully responsive – which I believe is a first for the WordPress Admin interface. The [read more]
In August 2012, Twitter announced that they were releasing v1.1 of the Twitter API. On 11th June 2013 v1 of the API was completely shut down. Within this deprecation, the RSS feed features also become unavailable – which is has huge implications for webmasters globally. Go PRO! Twitter Feed PRO uses API v1.1 to output [read more]
Today saw the release of WordPress 3.5. This version is the latest release of WordPress and introduces a lot of new features, and unusually for WordPress, a removal of a feature. I’m going to talk you through some of the new features of WordPress 3.5. Removal of Link Manager Interestingly, one of the more controversial [read more]
This morning we have noticed that WordPress.org users can now review both WordPress plugins and themes. This addition to WordPress Extend now provides more detail into users’ thoughts, rather than the simple voting system that has been provided up until now. Rich Snippet Integration? Rhys kindly reviewed my Facebook Comments plugin. From looking at Google’s Rich Snippet Tool [read more]
Recently here at FireCask we had a project that required pretty advanced custom URL structures in WordPress. By default, WordPress is pretty good with permalinks, allowing you to specify a whole range of variables to use. For most websites that use WordPress as their Content Management System, you will probably use one of the default permalink [read more]
Latest News Ticker is a Premium plugin by Shane Jones. Its main feature is very simple; it mimics the news tickers that you will see on most news channels. It takes your post titles and some other fields and displays them across the top or bottom of your page in a scrolling fashion, clicking on [read more]