WordPress 4.4 has just been released. Named “Clifford” in honour of jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown, it’s now available for download from WordPress.org or you can update in your WordPress dashboard. As usual, when WordPress is updated I update the Easy WP Guide to include all the new features and changes.
WordPress 4.3 was released last month. Named “Billie” in honor of jazz singer Billie Holiday, it’s now available for download from WordPress.org or update in your WordPress dashboard. If you haven’t updated already, you really should! As usual, with each new version of WordPress comes a brand new version of the Easy WP Guide, updated to include all the new features and changes that WordPress 4.3 brings with it.
I’m sure everyone has seen by now that WordPress 4.2 has arrived. Named “Powell” in honor of jazz pianist Bud Powell, WordPress 4.2 adds new features and fixes 231 bugs thanks to the amazing collaboration of 283 contributors. If you haven’t updated already, you totally should! You can download it from WordPress.org or simply update in your WordPress dashboard. As usual, with each new version of WordPress I also update the Easy WP Guide. This latest version covers all the new features and changes that came with the latest version.
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