The Mobile/Web Systems team uses this page to keep you informed of upgrades, enhancements, and bugs in the WP system. We also have a listserv that all users are automatically subscribed to.
Highlights of WordPress’ latest release, 4.0, include:
- New grid view in Media, along with a details preview feature, helping to streamline the process of managing your site’s media.
- Automatic embedding that displays embedded content within the text editor so you can immediately see your content as your audience will see it. Feel free to browse the list of supported embeds here.
- A content editor that expands to fit your content as you create it. The formatting menu stays with you no matter the length of the page or post you’re creating.
Here’s what WordPress would like you to know about WP 4.0:
Minimalist yet bold, the Bushwick theme sports a two-column view that displays your content alongside a header image that runs the length of the page. This theme especially shines when used by photobloggers.
The Singl theme was designed for music artists to showcase their work in a simple, clean way, complete with options to link to all aspects of their social media presence. However, any user can make use of the theme’s sleek look, social media hooks, and large amount footer space for widgets.
Twenty Thirteen features stunning color scheme and typography options, vibrant built-in headers, and a flexible layout that allows anyone to create a visually captivating site.
If you’re in need of a site with polished, magazine-style aesthetic, the Twenty Fourteen theme offers dynamic featured content options, as well as three widget areas and a special contributor’s page template. Twenty Fourteen couples the look of a professional website with ease of use, making the theme ideal for any active blogger or organization.
Automatically create posts using RSS feeds.
Write complex mathematical equations and formulae to display on your site.
Display the latest tweets from your Twitter account.
August 7, 2013
Enabled the Twenty-Twelve theme.
Added importers for Blogger, MovableType and TypePad. Look under Tools>Import in your dashboard to find these options.
July 31, 2013
You can get rich analysis about the visitors to your website using a free Google Analytics account and the Google Analyticator plugin. First, set your website up in Google Analytics: http://www.google.com/analytics/
See this video for a tutorial on setting up the Google plugin in your website’s dashboard: Google Analyticator Setup