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WordPress 3.5 Elvin is here!

There hasn’t been much news from the WordPress camp in the past couple months. This is a little uncommon but not necessarily a bad thing. There haven’t been any major hacks or issues with WordPress. And there haven’t been any updates lately…. until today! WordPress 3.5 was released today and is being dubbed “Elvin” after […]

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WordPress 3.4.1 Maintenance and Security Release

WordPress 3.4 (named “Green” for guitarist Grant Green) was released just 14 days ago and has had nearly 3 million downloads with relatively few complaints. As usual with WordPress updates that have multiple decimals (i.e. X.Y.Z), this is just a minor maintenance and security update, but that does not make it any less important when […]

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WordPress 3.4 “Green” Update

WordPress 3.4 was released this afternoon as an official update. It has been dubbed “Green”  in honor of guitarist Grant Green. This release includes significant improvements to theme customization, custom headers, Twitter embeds, and image captions. You can watch a short video clip explaining the cool new update here: There are a cool new updates for end […]

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WordPress 3.3.2 (and WordPress 3.4 Beta 3)

Another WordPress version has been released today. It’s not a major release (as you can tell by the multiple periods such as X.Y.Z), but that doesn’t mean it’s not important to download. As always, we strongly urge you to upgrade your WordPress to the latest stable version. These sub-versions often include security updates that are important […]

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WordPress 3.3.1 Security and Maintenance Release

It didn’t take long for hackers to find holes in WordPress 3.3. And it didn’t take long for the talented WordPress team to fix those holes. WordPress 3.3.1 is now available. This maintenance release fixes 15 issues with WordPress 3.3, as well as a fix for a cross-site scripting vulnerability that affected version 3.3. Read […]

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Almost 5 Months Later… We Get WordPress 3.3

It has been almost 5 months since the last WordPress update. That is unheard of since the past couple years WordPress tends to release updates every month or couple months. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing. In talking with Matt and other WordPress developers at WordCamp earlier this year, they explained to me that […]

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WordPress Quickly Updates from 3.2 to 3.2.1

On July 4, 2011, WordPress Version 3.2 “Gershwin”, named in honor of the composer and pianist George Gershwin, was released to the public. Part of the 3.2 release promised quicker, more focused releases of updates than the previous versions of WordPress. I guess they really meant it because just 8 days later on July 12, […]

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WordPress Version 3.1.3 Fixes Security Holes

We notify you every time WordPress updates because we believe it’s important to keep your website upgraded. WordPress often makes major changes to the backend design and the code, but more importantly, they make lots of minor updates like this 3.1.3 update that fix security issues. The interesting thing to note with this update is […]

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Automattic JetPack Plugin Updates to 1.1.2

We have mixed opinions about the new JetPack plugin released by Automattic. Automattic is the parent company that builds WordPress.org and WordPress.com so it’s obviously a good thing that you can now get all the same great functionality on your self-hosted installed version of WordPress as you can with their online WordPress.com version. However, it […]

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WordPress 3.1.2 Fixes Security Vulnerabilities

The WordPress.org development team has released another version of their popular open source publishing platform. Version 3.1.2 follows a maintenance and security update to WordPress 3.1 from late February. According to the developers, the latest update addresses several bugs in WordPress, including a security vulnerability that could have “allowed Contributor-level users to improperly publish posts”. […]