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WordPress 4.6 Improves the Accessibility of the Tag and Category Management Pages

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«Among the improve­ments com­ing in Word­Press 4.6 are access­ib­il­ity enhance­ments to the Cat­egory and Tag man­age­ment pages. The flow of each page has been changed so that the visu­al order of ele­ments match the tab order. This allows those who nav­ig­ate with key­boards to access the Add New Tag or Add New Cat­egory area first.»

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Get Your Widgets Ready for WordPress 4.5

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«Word­Press 4.5 is right around the corner with the first release can­did­ate now avail­able for down­load. It includes 49 changes from the last beta – improve­ments to the new cus­tom logo fea­ture, a minor update to jQuery, updates to inline doc­u­ment­a­tion, and fixes for vari­ous small bugs.»

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WordPress 4.5 Improves Comment Moderation Screens

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«Build­ing on the momentum gen­er­ated from the Word­Press 4.4 devel­op­ment cycle, Word­Press 4.5 includes a num­ber of enhance­ments to com­ments. In a post on the Make Core blog, Rachel Baker explains the changes and what to expect.»

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WordPress 4.5 Adds Inline Editing to the Links Modal

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«Today Andrew Ozz, one of the main­tain­ers on Word­Press’ core Edit­or com­pon­ent, announced some major improve­ments com­ing to the links mod­al in the 4.5 release.»

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WordPress 4.4, “Clifford”, released

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«Word­Press 4.4, “Clif­ford”, has been released. Clif­ford includes infra­struc­ture for the Word­Press REST API, tax­onomy and com­ment improve­ments, as well as the new Twenty Six­teen default theme, the abil­ity to embed posts any­where, and much more.»

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WordPress 4.4 will revolutionize how we publish

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«Word­Press 4.4, named ‘Clif­ford’ in hon­or of jazz legend Clif­ford Brown, has just been released. It’s avail­able to down­load or can be updated from an exist­ing installation’s dash­board.»

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What’s Coming in WordPress 4.4 (Features and Screenshots)

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«Devel­op­ment for Word­Press 4.4 star­ted with full momentum imme­di­ately after the release of Word­Press 4.3. We fol­lowed the devel­op­ment closely, and we are excited to report that it is expec­ted to be released dur­ing the second week of Decem­ber 2015. In this art­icle, we will show you what’s com­ing in Word­Press 4.4 with fea­tures and screen­shots.»

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WordPress 4.4 Removes the View Post and Get Shortlink Buttons From the Post Editor

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«In Word­Press 4.4, the View Post but­ton in the post edit­or is dis­ap­pear­ing in favor of a click­able permalink. Four years ago, Scribu, who is a former Word­Press con­trib­ut­or, cre­ated tick­et #18306. In the tick­et, Scribu explains that the View Post but­ton is redund­ant func­tion­al­ity and sug­gests that it be removed in favor of a click­able permalink.»

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WordPress 4.3 “Billie” Named After Jazz Singer Billie Holiday Is Available for Download

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«After four months of devel­op­ment led by Kon­stantin Oben­land, Word­Press 4.3 “Bil­lie” named after jazz sing­er Bil­lie Hol­i­day, is avail­able for down­load. This release fea­tures menus in the cus­tom­izer, strong pass­words by default, site icons, and vari­ety of oth­er improve­ments.»

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What’s New in WordPress 4.3

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«Word­Press 4.3 was released just a few minutes ago. This is the second major Word­Press release this year. It has some great new fea­tures and fixes many issues. In this art­icle, we will show you what’s new in Word­Press 4.3 and which fea­tures you should try after updat­ing your sites.»

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