WordPress 3.9 Features Simply Explained Complete Cloudways Infographic

WordPress 3.9 Features Simply Explained Complete Cloudways Infographic

WordPress 3.9 Features Simply Explained

WordPress 3.9 features are simply explained in this infographic that was created by Cloudways as a WordPress 3.9 Features Simply Explained Complete Cloudways Infographicconvenient resource for WordPress designers and developers.  You fill also find the interesting and little known story behind WordPress 3.9’s name and highlights only a few of the new, unique features of WordPress 3.9, which has been downloaded more than 2 million times already.  Enjoy!

WordPress 3.9 Features Infographics

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MY QUESTION FOR YOU TODAYHave you updated to WordPress 3.9 yet?  Have you had any problems with it and any plugins you use?

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42 thoughts on “WordPress 3.9 Features Simply Explained Complete Cloudways Infographic

  1. Hi Jeane and thank you for giving details about WP 3.9. I have not upgraded as yet after reading about some issues it has. I will as soon as I know they have been solved. It is good to read that some have no problems with it.

  2. Hi Jeanne,

    It’s good to know about the latest version of WordPress at this much extent. It is always required to have changes in every version of WordPress. We all wait for it. The features you have explained about it remarkable. But I would like to share that WordPress 3.9 doesn’t support some plugins. I mean may be those plugins have to updated of WordPress is not compatible for all the plugins.

    Thanks for sharing this wonderful post.

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    • It is true that the new 3.9 update doesn’t support some plugins. There are a lot of plugin programmers scrambling now to update them, which will be good for us anyway, in the end. I appreciate your visit to my blog and for also leaving a comment. All the best to you and I do hope you’ll come again. Peace.

  3. Hello Jeanne,

    I noticed this update pending in my back office the other day. I was wondering if it was a good idea or not to upgrade. It seems like there’s a new update every month. Thanks for sharing that! Hope all is well. 🙂
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    • Michael, it wouldn’t be per month. You buy the theme outright. They run at different prices. I couldn’t tell you the average price at the top of my head, but I’m thinking $50-$75-ish a theme.

    • I use a free version too, Sophie, but may switch to a premium one of these days. There are a few good reasons for buying a theme. They offer a support system, they are usually intuitive and user-friendly, they get updated more frequently, and they are more secure. Plus, you chances of having a unique site is greater than when you use a free theme that thousand of others use. I hope this helps. 🙂

    • Free versions are fine for normal blogging use as long as they come from reputable sources and are updated when needed.

      Good premium themes offer more options for customization and layout and can offer extra useful features plus all that Jeanne mentions.

      Like free themes there are good and bad in premium themes too. I stick to well known and popular theme sites.
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  4. Hey Jeanne

    You have no idea how useful your post is for me! I am a COMPLETE #WordpressDummy. I just bought a domain on Monday, and I am debating between using a Free theme and Premium theme. I am leaning towards the latter because – although it costs more -I look at it as an investment. Of course, I don’t earn right now, so the FREE version might seem more prudent at the moment!

    Thank you so much for sharing this Infographic. Although I don’t understand the technical details, I do believe it’s a very useful resource. #HUGSSSS

    I am going to PIN, FB and Tweet your post.

    Thanks again *WIDE smile*

    • Well, I’m glad you found this infographic so useful, Kitto. That makes me happy. Good luck with whatever choice you make — free or premium. I’m sure you’ll be happy with either one, especially for your first blog. Make sure to share that first blog post with us! Thanks! *Wide smile* 🙂

  5. I’m a new blogger, so I started out with 3.9 and don’t have anything to compare it too. The only trouble I’ve had is if I start a post and don’t publish it, my next post publishes with an error until I go and permanently delete the unpublished post. Is there a fix to that? Sometimes I write things and want to post them later. Any help is appreciated! Thanks!
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    • Julie, I’m not sure what to tell you about this problem you’re having. I’ve never heard of it. I’m assuming you’re saving it as a draft first. There are groups on Facebook that you can join and they will help you out with wordpress issues. One that I can think of is “All About WordPress” on Facebook. Good luck, and thanks for stopping by. 🙂

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