After a bit of a delay WordPress 3.6 has finally been released with some great new features that enhance usability and reliability. On top of that WordPress introduces Twenty Thirteen, a beautiful new default theme. Learn all about the latest WordPress release in this short video.
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Your WP Apprentice videos are too small. Please modify your videos to allow a full screen presentation selection..
There’s a full screen button on the far right of play bar (right next to the HD). Click that and the video plays in full screen.
What video formats are supported in the drag-and-drop 3.6? Does the video render correctly on tablets and phones? Thanks.
WordPress incorporates the MediaElements.js library in this latest release, so basically, the new version supports all of the formats and devices listed on this page: http://mediaelementjs.com/ (h.264, WebM, WMV, FLV). Browsers that don’t support HTML5 video fallback to Flash (if Flash is installed). Works great with mobile devices provided your video format is mobile friendly.
Hi Kirk, I get this error message when attempting to upgrade to 3.6. What should I do to correct this?
Warning: touch() [function.touch]: Unable to create file /tmp/wordpress-3.tmp because No such file or directory in /home/carols15/public_html/wp-admin/includes/file.php on line 179
Warning: unlink(/tmp/wordpress-3.tmp) [function.unlink]: Operation not permitted in /home/carols15/public_html/wp-admin/includes/file.php on line 493
Download failed.: Could not open handle for fopen() to /tmp/wordpress-3.tmp
That looks like a problem with permissions on your server. Normally when WordPress is installed the permissions are set correctly for future updates. I suggest opening a support ticket your web host. They should be able to sort this out fairly quickly.
Greetings Mr. Biglione:
I am thinking of having pages, and posts, on my soon-to-be website. I get the sense that I may set up Posts to publish at a future date. May I also set an expiration dates for the posts? Did I miss the option?
No, you didn’t miss anything. WordPress doesn’t have post expiration dates. You’ll need to install a plugin to add that functionality. Try this one: http://wordpress.org/plugins/post-expirator/
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