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WordPress 3.1 Beta 1 released with any Bugs Review

I found updates in my Dashboard that WordPress developers have released the first beta of their next major release Wordpress 3.1 beta 1 just to try this update has been under development for a long time now and it is good to see that a beta is now out.

WordPress team warns:
"it is not recommended for use on a live production sites now as this is a Beta version there are few
bugs and thus in testing mode to find and resolve the bugs, so if you find out any bugs, you can report it to WordPress"

What WordPress says about its new 3.1 Beta 1 version:
This is software still in development and we don’t recommend that you run it on your normal live site — set up a test site just to play with the new version. If you break it (find a bug), report it, and if you’re a developer, try to help us fix it.

When WordPress releases its final version:
However WordPress 3.1 release at large by the end of the year, though that is (as always) subject to change/dependent on how the beta period goes. The more help its gets with testing and fixing bugs, the sooner final version will release.

And If you are excited to test WordPress 3.1 new beta 1 version then there is the list of new features to check:

  • Post Formats (#14746)

  • Theme Search (#14936)

  • Internal Linking (#11420)

  • Admin Bar (#14772)

  • Ajaxified Admin (#14579)

  • Updated Tiny MCE (#12574)

  • Multi-taxonomy Queries (#12891)

  • Custom Post Type Index Pages (#13818)

  • Admin CSS Cleanup (#14770)

  • User Admin (#14696)

  • Network Admin (#14435)

  • Password Reset Redux (#5919)

So if you find any bugs you can report to WordPress and for more information on how to report bugs WordPress is an open source and thus if you are a developer then try to find and fix the bugs for better version of WordPress.

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