WordPress 3 & Parent-Child Themes from WordCamp Vancouver

If you missed WordCamp Vancouver and wanted more than the slides I posted previously, now you can watch Catherine Winters & I talk about WordPress 3.0 just a short while before it came out: As Catherine & I talked about, WordPress 3.0 is a very easy (and fast) update for people who are already using […]

Confused by Custom Post Types & Taxonomies? Yeah, me too.

Lorelle VanFossen posted (a while back) a compendium of info on WordPress 3.0 Custom Post Types and Custom Taxonomies: One of the most exciting new features in WordPress 3.0 is the Custom Post Types, which thrills Theme developers and designers and those using WordPress as a CMS, but confuses a lot of users. Let’s take […]

By The Way–Using WordPress was written for WordPress 3.0

In case you’re wondering (because I would be if I were you), I wrote Using WordPress for WordPress 3.0. Actually, I started writing it when WordPress 2.8 was the current version, then switched to WordPress 2.9 when it was released, then switched to WordPress 3.0 alpha as soon as I could. The end result is […]

WordPress 3.0 is out!

Catching the news here, if you haven’t heard already, but WordPress 3.0 is finally out! WordPress › Blog » WordPress 3.0 “Thelonious”. WP 3.0 was a huge (epic perhaps) amount of work to merge WP and WPMU together, but as I’ve said a number of times, this isn’t a scary use update. WP3.0 is a […]

Get Ready for WordPress 3: Backup Your Database

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Now that WordPress 3.0 RC3 (third release candidate) is out, it can only mean that WordPress 3.0 is just around the corner. The final version could be any day now, so now is the time to start getting ready. Thinking about doing the update to 3? Awesome. It should be painless for you, but … […]