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Testing started with upcoming WordPress 3.3

New WordPress 3.3 is planned for the end of this year, and yesterday WordPress development reached feature freeze stage, so we are now safe to proceed with testing of all new features coming and to test Dev4Press plugins, theme framework and themes with next WordPress.

Current WordPress 3.3 schedule should reach beta stage in the first or second week of October, and final version should be out in December. Some delays may happen, but it shouldn’t be more than a week or two. Current stage of WordPress 3.3 development is stable enough to start testing plugins and themes with.

I have installed 2 separate instances for development environment (one of them for multisite), and quick preliminary tests didn’t revealed any feature incompatibilities with any of our Pro plugins or xScape Theme Framework and themes. There are some minor visual problems (as expected) due to the changes in the admin side interface for WordPress 3.3, but that’s about it.

This is only first testing stage, so more in depth testing will continue over the following weeks. If you are running current WP 3.3 development versions, and if you find any problems with Dev4Press plugins and themes, please report all problems in the forum. As always, goal is to have all our products up to date with upcoming WordPress before stable version is released.

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Milan Petrovic
Milan Petrovic

Programmer since the age of 12 and WordPress developer since 2008 as freelancer and author of more than 200 plugins and more than 20 themes.

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2 thoughts on “Testing started with upcoming WordPress 3.3”

  1. Which are the best new features in WordPress 3.3?

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    • I will have post on that early next week.

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