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Lifespan of a WordPress version
The new version 3.6 has been released much later than anticipated; the release has been estimated for the end of April and has finally been released in early August. Therefore v3.5.x stayed the freshest available version for 234 days. How does this compare to the previous versions? On average a WordPress version was replaced by […]
WordPress Pulse? – Heartbeat API
With WordPress 3.6, there will be a new API – Heartbeat. On Ticket 23216 in Trac all discussions and information be gathered together. Because Heartbeat may also have influences for users, here are some words and clues. Heartbeat is introduced to various activities, such as Autosave, locks of articles and to handle logon and logoff […]
10 Years WordPress Infographic
What began as a small blogging software b2 10 years ago, has evolved within a decade to the largest and most important Content Mangagement System (CMS) and blogging tool in the world. MarketPress.com celebrates this birthday with an infographic.
Disable Post Format UI
Currently is WordPress version 3.6 in Beta status. But new nice features are available and ready to test. One of this features is the new UI for the post formats. Post formats is a nice chance for more possibilities to declare a post to your readers. But sometimes we don’t need post formats. The default […]
WordPress Theme Customizer Custom Controls
The Customizer is a relatively new way of WordPress Themes to provide you with options. Here is the visuality important, arrange the options directly in frontend for the Theme, play and save the settings. The post provide information about custom classes for your requirements.
Filename cache busting for WordPress styles and scripts
WordPress adds the version identifier to the script and style resource as a query string. Most proxies don’t cache these resources. You should encode the version into the filename. A plugin can handle this for you.