|Op. System:||Windows 8/7/Vista/XP|
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Editor's review WordPress
WordPress is personal platform for publishing, that focuses on web standards, usability and aesthetics. Not only that WordPress is a state of an art platform, it is also free and priceless for all bloggers on the NET. Once you decide to work along with the blogging software and not to have troubles with it, you can start using WordPress. If you already are a WordPress user, you should know that there are a few new things about it that will help you step into a world of new experience. With new updates now live this platform is providing you assist through the forum community once your blog is down, new extended section of themes and plug-ins for your blog to look more professional and of course the best new feature is the web host page that is here to assist while you are looking for better hosting. If you think that you already have all that you need from Wordpress, reconsider your thoughts once more. With the new update, almost anyone can find new interesting stuff that will keep you being motivated. In this beta release there were some things that were not completely finished and provided issues, but they were not worth waiting for fixing and delaying the release. Those issues will be all fixed in the 3.1 release that will be available for general use. You must know that as fast as issues are going to be fixed the beta release will be updated daily. Problems that you should know about: • Fatal error: This problem can occur when some plug-in or theme in not working properly. Some of the codes are checking the tag value before Query is set up, this means that they are not yet working. While in 3.0 there were some failures and were returning false, in the 3.1 version they are now shown as fatal errors. You can use the opportunity of fixing your plug-ins, before the error is handled in the final release. • In the Trac listing you will be able to get insight of all known issues even before you launch the app. So, you should check the list of bugs before you report it, as it might already be listed.