Matt Mullenweg announced that the upcoming WordPress 4.8 release will drop support for IE versions 8, 9, and 10. Core contributors have been discussing browser support for the past two months in relation to setting technical requirements for the new editor.
WooCommerce 3.0 have been relased today and its version name is “Bionic Butterfly”. The new version comes with significant improvements to the product gallery and developer tools. This version was supposed to be signed as 2.7 and its first major release since the plugin switched to semantic versioning so developers decided to name it as 3.0
Last week, Wp Tavern highlighted the progress being made by the Theme Review Team in clearing out a 1K+ review backlog. In an effort to determine common problems with themes discovered by reviewers, Carolina Nymark, a member of the Theme Review Team, reviewed 100 tickets from 531 themes that were closed and marked not approved between December and February.
After a couple of months of testings in some open beta style, the new WordPress plugins repository design is set to be the default and if you have access the plugins page on WordPress.org you can notice that the "repo" is now looking different at least.
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