WP-CLI is used to manage WordPress installations with a set of command-line commands. Although WordPress is well known for the easy to use installation and user interface, some people still prefer managing it with a command-line tool. WP-CLI is the most commonly used command-line tool made for WordPress and it is easy to learn and use. Let’s start off with a little introduction to WP-CLI first.
From the last few years, most of the website owners are using the advanced features to make their site visually engaging and inviting. If you are also looking for an excellent option to enhance the design of your site, then you should create and develop your website on WordPress.
WordPress is an excellent Content Management System and blogging platform that comes with thousands of astonishing themes and plugins that allows a user to craft a fully-featured websites for their businesses.
If you are a newbie WordPress user, then you can allow the theme to enhance the look and feel of your website’s design. With the help of WP themes, you can create an eye-arresting, engaging and professional looking design that can help you get more visitors with ease. In fact, you should give more importance to your site’s design than your content.
Like others, this site has been upgraded to WordPress v4.2 automatically. So let’s take a look at what you can expect! The newest version of WordPress is 4.2, named after American jazz Pianist, Bud Powell. This is big update after some minor update to fix the security holes and small improved but this release has nothing too groundbreaking.
After few days for testing, I write some notes about the latest version of WordPress to share my thoughts on the main 4.2 changes. What’s news in WordPress v4.2 which we’ve expected?
Short answer: WordPress 4.2 focuses on communication, sharing, and simplicity.
Long answer, read on!
Like another I’m a fan of WordPress so I’m probably on the lookout for news about new versions/developments Next WordPress. Well, the next major release, WordPress 3.6, is already underway – it’s due sometime in April – with the beta version to be released in the second week of March.
Fortunately, the developers give us some hints via the discussion on trac and the Make WordPress Core blog. Let’s take a look at what’s on the horizon, to make sure our projects are prepared and we don’t encounter any nasty surprises down the road.