3 Major Features of WordPress 4.4 Version Worth Exploring

WordPress is well-known for releasing new version updates quite frequently. It’s been just a year since WordPress 4.3 was launched, and now the CMS giant has introduced its new 4.4 version. Called as “Clifford”, the recent version update brings forth many new features just like older WordPress versions. Through this article, I’ll be helping you learn about WordPress 4.4 new features worth exploring. 1. Twenty Sixteen Theme Well, one of the most common features you can expect from every WP version release is a new default theme. And this time is no different, as the 4.4 version has introduced a brand new default theme, referred to as “Twenty Sixteen”. What makes the theme distinct from previous default themes is its modern yet minimalist look and feel. In fact, the new theme looks a lot like the Tumblr blog rather than a typical WordPress blog. Also it delivers the same kind of experience across devices similar to Tumblr blogs. In addition, it can also be changed using a wide collection of color schemes. 2. Responsive Images The second most notable feature of WordPress 4.4. version is responsive images. For quite long, making a site’s images responsive has been a pain for WP users and developers alike. But now with the responsive images feature, you no longer have to worry about making your images scale to the fit any device screen. Since this is a built-in feature of 4.4 version, you just need to activate it. 3. Embed WordPress Posts Directly Into

All Hail The Revamped and Fully Open-source WordPress.com

If you’re joining the world of blogging, then you’ll most likely hear about WordPress.com. It’s a popular blogging site co-created by WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg and his company known as Automattic. WordPress.com comes with tools that will help you blog, and most importantly, it helps in hosting your WordPress website or blog for free. But, discussing about what WordPresss.com does isn’t our agenda in this article. Instead, we intend to exert on the major enhancements that have been introduced in WordPress.com, making the WordPress.com platform gets a revamp and become 100% open-source platform. Read on further to know more about the story behind the new face of WordPress.com. What Convinced Automattic to Relaunch WordPress.com? A lot has changed and many new developments have been made since WordPress was introduced back in 2003 as an open-source blogging platform. And today, it has evolved into a full-fledged CMS that powers over 25 percent websites over the web. But after successfully completing 10 years of legacy, Automattic (the company that was founded by Matt Mullenweg) realized that they need to build modern and more mobile-friendly experiences to stay ahead of the competition – such as Medium. As a fact, according to Matt Mullenweg “the tech wasn’t going to take them to the next decade.” This is what made the Automattic team decide on giving an overhaul to the WordPress admin interface. Although, work on revamping the interface was started a year-and-a-half ago, so as to make the admin interface responsive and a lot