Previously we showed you how to Add .first & .last CSS class to WordPress Navigation Menus to help with styling attributes when designing a WordPress theme. Today I though it would be beneficial to follow up that tutorial with one that shows you how to automatically add .first & .last CSS class’s to all WordPress widgets displayed anywhere on your site by adding a simple filter to the wordpress
WordPress v3.4 release candidate 1 has been released to the public for download and testing. An RC comes after the beta period and before final release. We think we’re done, but with millions of users and thousands of plugins and themes, it’s possible we’ve missed something. So if you haven’t tested WordPress 3.4 yet, now is the time! Please though, not on your live site unless you’re adventurous.
WordPress have just released their third release candidate version WordPress 3.4 Release Candidate 3 to the public for download and testing purposes. They have fixed several issues in this release including the live preview function, custom headers and backgrounds. WordPress have also confirmed that this will be the last RC update release befor we see a full final WordPress 3.4 release in the coming days.
WordPress v3.4.2 which is a maintenance and security release has been released to the public for download a few days ago. WordPress 3.4.2 fixes a few security issues and contains some security hardening. The vulnerabilities included potential privilege escalation and a bug that affects multisite installs with untrusted users. These issues were discovered and fixed by the WordPress security team.