Although it was released yesterday, I am following my normal routine of using it live now. If you are interested in following along and helping with the beta testing, you can read my post on WPFirstAid.com on how to “Start Using WordPress Beta“, or you can download the “Nightly Build” at WordPress and start from … ∞
It’s Official! WordCamp Toronto 2011 is now listed at WordCamp Central! We have a date: November 5 & 6, 2011 We have a venue: George Brown College We need sponsors! We need speakers! We need volunteers! Most of all we want you to come out and enjoy a great WordCamp and learn more about WordPress … ∞
WordPress 3.2-beta1 released … have a look; less is more.
Trac ticket #16868 submitted to add more information for end-users to use in choosing a theme.
A WordPress core patch submission to add the (Parent-Theme) Template Version to a Child-Theme’s data.
Although reportedly three weeks behind schedule I am confident in updating to the lastest beta version of WordPress 3.1.
I write plugins for many reasons. Sometimes there is a need; sometimes it’s a Mallory-Everest exercise but every time it is with the full intention of releasing the plugin to the WordPress Extend repository.
I usually start much earlier in the beta releases; and, I usually do this at BuyNowShop.com but I decided to step up to the current “nightly build” of WordPress here today as it generally only take a few moments to upgrade from the current stable release. It’s a very simple process: Open the /wp-includes/version.php file … ∞
A (suggested guest) post I wrote describing how to get involved with the WordPress Theme Review Team as it was published at the Weblog Tools Collection web site by Jeff Chandler.
Senior Support Technician; WordPress theme developer and plugin designer; Chess enthusiast; Guitar player; Photographer … I am Cais