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What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
What's New In WordPress 3.0
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  • 1. WordPress 3.0
    What’s next for the most popular CMS on the planet?
    1
  • 2. highlights
    • WordPress 3.0 is in Beta(but not for long)
    • 3. Stand alone or Multisite (formerly WordPress MU)
    • 4. Custom Post Types
    • 5. New Default Theme (YAY!)
    • 6. Child Themes
    • 7. Theme Menu Builder
    2
  • 8. highlights
    • More Installation Control
    • 9. Bulk updates (themes/plugins)
    • 10. Custom Taxonomies
    • 11. Better post revision management (be careful here)
    • 12. Everything is subject to change
    3
  • 13. upgrade
    • Backup database first
    • 14. Backup disk files
    • 15. If you can, test first
    • 16. Should be backwards compatible
    • 17. Validations to check PHP and MySQL
    4
  • 18. security
    • No Admin User
    • 19. Security Key created at install
    • 20. Login Lockdown (plug-in)
    • 21. File permissions
    • 22. Change passwords often (users and database)
    • 23. WP Firewall Plug-in
    5
  • 24. Initial user setup
    6
  • 25. security
    One of the most common mistakes people make with a self hosted version of WordPress is failing to apply updates.
    http://codex.wordpress.org/Hardening_WordPress
    7
  • 26. themes
    • New default theme TwentyTen
    • 27. Built-in Theme Finder
    • 28. Slew of new hooks for theme developers (gives a much better user experience)
    • 29. New page templates
    • 30. Theme frameworks
    8
  • 31. Twenty ten theme
    9
  • 32. themes
    • New default theme TwentyTen
    • 33. Built-in Theme Finder
    • 34. Slew of new hooks for theme developers (gives a much better user experience)
    • 35. New page templates
    • 36. Theme frameworks
    10
  • 37. Theme templates
    • Category Template
    • 38. Author Template
    • 39. Frontpage Template
    • 40. Single Post Template
    • 41. Admin Post Template
    11
  • 42. Themes
    • New default theme TwentyTen
    • 43. Built-in Theme Finder
    • 44. Slew of new hooks for theme developers (gives a much better user experience)
    • 45. New page templates
    • 46. Theme frameworks
    12
  • 47. themes
    Theme Frameworks:
    Thesis
    Headway
    (not free, and not General Public License - GPL)
    13
  • 48. Theme frameworks
    (not free, and not General Public License - GPL)
    14
  • 49. Theme frameworks
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    FREE Headway License
  • 50. Plug-ins
    My Favorites
    • Platinum SEO Plugin or All in One SEO Pack (learn how to configure these first)
    • 51. Google XMl Sitemap
    • 52. Blubrry Power Press for Podcasting
    • 53. BuddyPress for Community Building
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  • 54. Plug-ins
    My Favorites
    • DISQUS Comment System
    • 55. WP Touch iPhone Theme
    • 56. WP-DB-Backup (install it, configure it, use it)
    • 57. By far the best spam catcher on the plane it Akismet
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  • 58. Q/A – Ask away
    Thank you!
    Thom Allen
    twitter.com/ThomAllen
    facebook.com/ThomAllen
    thom@pressdev.com
    http://pressdev.com
    Web Design - WordPress – Facebook - iPhone
    Watch for upcoming WordPress Bootcamps
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