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Waiting for WordPress 3
All about WordPress 3
Hold onto your socks – WordPress is about to release version 3.0. What does this mean? Linda explains all in this article...
Although it appears that WordPress is behind in their testing and finalizing schedule for WP 3 (it was supposed to be delivered this month, but it appears that the testing has not made it to Beta 2.0 yet), you probably can expect WP 3 to roll out in June. And, it won't stop there, as per usual.
WordPress has scheduled updates to WP 3, noting in their Roadmap that version 3.1 is scheduled for delivery in August, and that 3.2 is scheduled for release in November this year.
These releases alone make it somewhat imperative that you don't mess around with WP code or the code in your theme unless you are extremely self-assured that upgrades won't cause an issue with your changes.
In the meantime, I suggest you get excited about these new features and begin to think about the possibilities that WP3 might provide for your current blog or for a new blog. No matter what you decide to do, be sure to stick to the blog writing guidelines of choosing a subject and sticking with it. These new WP 3 features also have nothing to do with how well you write a post. Keep brushing up on those issues and when the new and tested WP 3 arrives, I'll be sure to let you know about how some of the new features work out.
Linda Goin carries an A.A. in graphic design, a B.F.A. in visual communications with a minor in business and marketing and an M.A. in American History with a minor in the Reformation. While the latter degree doesn't seem to fit with the first two educational experiences, Linda used her 25-year design expertise on archaeological digs and in the study of material culture. Now she uses her education and experiences in social media experiments.
Accolades for her work include fifteen first-place Colorado Press Association awards, numerous fine art and graphic design awards, and interviews about content development with The Wall St. Journal, Chicago Tribune, Psychology Today, and L.A. Times.
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