Within the last couple of days we have seen WordPress 3.4, also known as Green, go live for download with a collection of improvements that are much more than just security fixes. WordPress 3.4 has some significant new features that bring improvements to customizing your theme, a much easier way to embed tweets, custom headers, and a lot more.
Most updates include a visual tease that focuses on some of the main changes, and we’ve embedded the official video demo below this article, which gives you a taste of what to expect from WordPress 3.4.
This update makes it easier to create a good looking website by changing background colors, editing site title and tagline, choosing your own image dimensions for header images, and a lot more that enables you to play with different looks before publishing any changes. See the video for a quick demonstration of the new features in WordPress 3.4, or have a look at the complete list of changes and performance improvements here.
What do you feel is missing with WordPress even after version 3.4? Is there a feature you’ve been wanting for a while that is still missing? Check out the video below and hit the link above for the full change log, and then leave a comment with your thoughts on this update.
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