WordPress 3.0 was released to the public in June with a bunch of brand new features which made big news for the web industry. Web developers around the globe have harnessed the power of WordPress and with this next version it has become more ingrained as the main contender for building dynamic websites.
At Intertec, most of our new website design projects feature the WordPress engine. We love it as it gives our clients the ability to update their own website using the easy to use interface and with over 10,000 plugins which extend the default installation – its hard to not choose WordPress.
Mashable released a excellent summary article on the top 5 new features with version 3.0:
WordPress (WordPress) has long been known as a dedicated blogging platform, giving users the tools they need to publish their message and interact with readers. However, with the official release of version 3.0, set to drop this month, the platform will be much closer, if not well within the territory of a content management system (CMS).
The list of new features in WordPress 3.0 isn’t very long in comparison to previous releases. However, the changes that are coming will certainly have a significant impact, particularly if you use WordPress as a CMS. Here is a rundown of the most important new features arriving in version 3.0.
Let us know in the comments which features of WordPress 3.0 you are most looking forward to.
For the full details, go to: WordPress 3.0: The 5 Most Important New Features.