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WordPress has grown and changed over the years, from an easy blog system into a developed CMS. In that time, it’s gone from a vital white theme to a bright blue and then more subdued grey and tan that we all realize and love today. Alongside the way, it’s picked up a lot of features, and the world of working out has moved from desktops to mobile and tablets. It’s time for some transformations.

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WordPress 3.8
Carries an Up to Date Face lift to the Most Liked CMS

WordPress has grown and changed
over the years, from an easy blog system into a developed CMS. In
that time, it’s gone from a vital white theme to a bright blue and
then more subdued grey and tan that we all realize and love today.
Alongside the way, it’s picked up a lot of features, and the world
of working out has moved from desktops to mobile and tablets. It’s
time for some transformations.

WordPress 3.8 is finally here, and
together with the additional new features and bug fixes you would
anticipate, it also comprises an amazingly nice new redesign that,
while mostly the same as before, makes the WordPress dashboard seem
far more up to date and at home on any of your devices.

Novel versions of WordPress have
emerged far more quickly recently, thanks to the new plug in-focused
development model where the major WordPress development is centered
on the core of WordPress, and new features are more ten than not
shipped in plug-ins – the thousands of 3rd party ones, or
Automattic’s own Jetpack that carrying over an unbelievable amount
of WordPress.com features and more to the CMS. But that doesn’t
mean the main WordPress set up itself, is being ignored. As an
alternative, the attempts are being doubled-down on shipping quick,
significant updates that make it better at what it does for one and
all.

And at present, that meant making
the theme more up to date. There’s the clear new dash of paint,
with sharper edges, a dark black sidebar, and the superbly clean Open
Sans font employed through the app. The whole dashboard is also now
responsive, a big step forward for WordPress as many of us employ it
from mobile devices by now. No longer will you have to use a
far-too-basic app to twist a setting on the go – WordPress’
dashboard now works good everywhere. That’s an immensely welcome
change.

Most prominent of all the changes,
though are the new color themes. If black doesn’t suit your tastes,
you can all the time move to the old WordPress theme, a darker and
bolder Midnight theme, or even a blue or purple theme. The novel
colors are bold enough to observe home on a new iPhone 5c or Nokia
Lumia – but they will all seem great on your Mac or PC.

The novel themes may not pass the
test of time, possibly, but they certainly do look nice at present.
There’s also other innovative features, including a new theme
tweaking and preview screen that makes it simple to tailor themes and
see how they will appear on your site. In general, it’s the same
old WordPress, but a bit better and a bit more modern.

Then, no recent WordPress release
would be complete without a novel theme, and v3.8 is no exemption.
The original WordPress theme was employed for too long, but was
changed on 2010 with the Twenty Ten theme that set a new direction
for clean WordPress blogging. This year’s theme is one more bold
new direction, with a good-looking photography-focused magazine theme
that appears amazingly like a Windows 8 app with its all caps text
and square menus. Its sidebar is possibly the most exclusive, with
full videos, quotes, and more that for once allow you have a lot of
content on a page without looking way too messed. Whether you’re
starting a new blog with long-form writing going with full-sized
pictures, it’s the ideal starting point to tweak into your own
personal theme.

WordPress is still, for most
reasons, the default and best blogging platform. It’s great to have
other alternatives.

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