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WordPress 3.2: Write More, IE Less

Posted July 4th, 2011 by admin No Comments »

WordPress has released an upgrade for the popular, self-hosted blogging platform. Unlike the last few WordPress upgrades, which focused on improving developer tools, WordPress 3.2 is primarily about changes ordinary users will appreciate. The revamped admin section, for instance, offers a new “distraction-free,” full screen editor, and, as we noted earlier, this version finally drops support for Internet Explorer 6.

If you’d like to upgrade, head over to the WordPress site and download a copy of WordPress 3.2.

The theme for WordPress’ latest incarnation is “faster and lighter.” That’s reflected in new tools like the simplified admin interface, which offers a fullscreen editor mode. The fullscreen mode is modeled on the interface found in writing apps like WriteRoom or OmmWriter, where the focus is primarily the text, and not the bells and whistles on the main new post page.

Another aspect of the faster and lighter motto for WordPress 3.2 means eliminating the cruft, also known as dropping support for IE 6. That won’t of course affect your site’s visitors (unless your theme has dropped IE 6), but it does mean that the WordPress 3.2 admin won’t work in IE 6, something to keep in mind if you’re upgrading a site that has numerous admin users.

For now WordPress hasn’t dropped support for IE 7, though an early outline of what to expect in WordPress 3.2 did say that this release will also start the end-of-life cycle for Internet Explorer 7.

For a full list of the new features found in WordPress 3.2, head over to the release notes page.

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Gizmodo’s 4th of July Block Party

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Grillindependence Day | Come celebrate America’s birthday with us!

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The Best Apps of the Week

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In this week’s app roundup: Google+, unveiled; GPS, painted with direction; North Korea, photographed; iPhones, playing dead; Instagram, challenged by Google; background checks, forever creepy; fourways, on Fring; and much, much more. More »

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Where to Get the Best Fireworks in America

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If you’re really into fireworks, maybe you should move you butt to any square state. But whatever you do, don’t move to New York, New Jersey, Delaware or Massachusetts. They have a total ban. The awesomerest state is South Carolina. More »

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Latest Trending Videos: The Week of July 1

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Whales, seagulls, Marines, and UFOs: here are 10 of this week’s top trending videos from YouTube Trends:

(Use the arrows to navigate between videos or watch them all here.)

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Top ‘Longest’ Videos

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A popular video late this week was this news clip of the new bridge in Qingdao, China that’s described as the world’s longest across seawater. Being that it’s a long holiday weekend in the United States, we got curious to know more about YouTube’s “longest” videos.

We’re not looking at the literal longest videos — though if you’re interested, here’s 3.5 hours of Nyan Cat. Instead, we looked into YouTube’s data to pull a few of the most-viewed videos of things, actions, and events that were described as “the longest ___.”

Here are 10 that surfaced:

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Potential soundtrack for this list.

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4 in the Afternoon: Cat Fireworks

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Twice each day we scan our YouTube metrics as well as websites on the cutting edge of internet culture to discover the most buzzed about videos.

Fireworks POV Dancing to the Rhythm Exhausted Maru Major League Savings
  1. A wide angle camera is mounted on fireworks. Happy 4th of July weekend. As seen on Devour.
  2. Lexi St. George is the latest young artist to come through Ark Music Factory of Rebecca Black fame. St. George was selected through a “Good Morning America” casting call. As seen on Daily
  3. Famous Japanese Internet cat Maru is ready for a few days off. As seen on BuzzFeed.
  4. The Vancouver Canadians parody Major League with their new ad. As seen on Extra Mustard.

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