What’s Coming in WordPress 3.0 (Features)
WPBeginner’s Syed Balkhi and Amanda Roberts attended WordCamp Miami this past weekend on February 20th. We decided to share what is coming in WordPress 3.0 in terms of features with the WPBeginner community after sitting through Jane Well’s presentation and talking with her after her speech.
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WordPress 3.0 will be released on May 1st, the same day as WordCamp San Francisco. The feature freeze has been pushed back to March 1st, 2010, after which no new feature requests will be accepted (Only Bug Fixes).
Features of WordPress 3.0
Because the feature freeze is on March 1st, this list will only include major features that we are fairly certain will make it into WordPress Version 3.0.
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WordPress MU and WordPress.org have been merged.
There is no need to be concerned if you are unfamiliar with WordPress MU. WordPress MU is a platform similar to WordPress in that it allows users to run multiple sites from a single installation. WordPress.com is based on the WordPress MU code base. During WordCamp San Francisco 2009, Matt Mullenweg announced the merger news. After a year of effort, Automattic staff and WordPress core developers succeeded.
What does this have to do with you?
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You can now run multiple sites from a single installation. If we want, we can have showcase.wpbeginner.com with a single WordPress installation. What are the possibilities? It’s perfectly fine if you only have one site right now and don’t want to add more later. Nothing is going to change for you. If you are using WordPress MU, your sites will remain unchanged after the upgrade. Nothing is going to change for you.
The bottom line is that if you don’t want something to change, nothing will. This is merely an add-on that will assist users who wish to have multiple sites. It will also benefit WordPress MU users by allowing them to use all WordPress.org plugins without having to hack them.
Domain Mapping – If you use WordPress MU or have previously used WordPress.com, you are aware that there is a way to have top level domains for your network sites. Users on WordPress.com can upgrade their subdomains to a custom domain. This feature will NOT be part of the core. You can still make it work by using the plugin.
Cross Network Search – If you decide to host multiple sites on the same server, cross network search is not a built-in feature. It may become a core feature in the future, but it will not be possible in WordPress 3.0. You can, however, use the plugin to make it work.
Types of Custom Posts
When WordPress 2.9 was released, there was a lot of excitement about this feature. This feature was not included due to technical difficulties. The wait is over, as it will be included in WordPress 3.0. By combining Post Types and Taxonomies, WordPress will become a much more robust CMS option. This feature will allow you to have various types of posts, such as portfolio listings, products, and normal posts.
Please keep in mind that this feature is not intended to replace the use of categories. You should continue to use categories. This feature will allow for a different sorting/display method and will enable other CMS options in WordPress.
Preview: Frank of WPEngineer’s First Impression of WordPress Post Types
Improved Navigation Menus
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Custom In this release, Woo Navigation will be added to the core to allow for better menu management. This menu system has the same drag-and-drop functionality as the widget management screen, and it can combine Pages, Categories, and Links. It also allows for re-ordering, as well as submenus, and the removal of specific Pages or Categories from the menu entirely.
This will be an excellent addition to the WordPress core and will be extremely beneficial to users. Thank you to the Woo Staff for adding this system to the core.
2010 Default Theme
Goodbye, Kubrick Theme. Greetings, 2010. WordPress 3.0 will include a new default theme called 2010. From this year forward, the goal is to have a different theme for each year. Do you want to know what the new 2010 theme will look like?
Templates for Authors.
We know that in WordPress 2.9, an option was added that allowed designers to create category templates using the slug, such as category-slug.php. WordPress 3.0 allows you to create unique templates for each author. In wp-includes/theme.php, the function get author template(); has been expanded.
You would be able to name files like author-syed.php in WordPress 3.0.
Plugins that are Canonical
Have you ever used a plugin that you adored, only to discover that the author no longer provides support? There are no bug fixes or upgrades, and the plugin initially fails in newer versions. This is a common problem, so with WordPress 3.0, Jane Wells is carrying out a mission to unite plugin authors and create canonical plugins. Canonical plugins are created by a community rather than a single developer, so if one person leaves, the plugin does not die.