It seems that shortly after every major release like 3.7, come at least a couple of minor releases, .1, .2 and so on. So, is there a specific meaning behind all this? Or does the WordPress team release a new version whenever they come up with something cool to add to the platform? As it […]read full article
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Did you know? There are nearly 500 WordPress Meetup Groups!
If you can’t go to a WordCamp then a Meetup is probably the second best way to connect with other like minded WordPress enthusiasts. The WordPress Meetup Groups have more than 120,000 members in 35 countries. You will (almost certainly) find someone in your area as well. You may also like: How to implement behavioural […]read full article
Did you know? WordPress is 10 years old!
Actually, a bit more than that. WordPress was officially born on 27th May 2003, with the release of the first ever WordPress – version number 0.70 (no code name yet). Here’s the official release announcement by the way: WordPress Now Available. WordPress’ 10th anniversary was celebrated all over the web (world?) and an interesting celebration […]read full article
Did you know? Localization was introduced in WordPress version 1.2
As it turns out, version 1.2 was quite a significant one in WordPress’ lifespan. Apart from the introduction of plugin management, the other crucial part in WordPress by today’s standards – localization was brought to life in 1.2 as well. It is thanks to that update that we’re now able to use functions like __() […]read full article