Finally, I have some time to myself on a Sunday afternoon. I decided to take the opportunity to upgrade my current WordPress version to Release Candidate 1.
Usually, non-production versions are not pushed out to the public for automatic upgrade. Therefore, I have to approach this in the traditional fashion of importing the setup file directly to the WordPress folder for installation.
The entire process took me less than 3 minutes; voila! It’s all done – up and running… So far, everything looks fine and good. Keep it going, WordPress.
Last week, I made a purchase online from Apple Online Store for an iPad 2. Guess what, the transaction was so smooth that I hardly feel there was going to be any issue. The purchase was submitted on Tuesday, and Apple delivered it promptly within 3 working days (Thursday), right at my doorstep.
Let’s see how it goes for the next couple of weeks.
With a sense of curiosity, I decided to give WordPress 3.3. Beta 3 a try. Well, guess what? Besides the fanciful stuffs, such as new:
- Media uploader
- Improved admin bar
- Fly out admin menus
I realised I could not upload any image on this post. It may have got something to do with my plugin. So I’m going to check it out to see if that’s the case.
In addition, the new beta release seems no longer “respect” the function, $user_level. Not sure if it’s only me, but it is what’s happened to my script.
For the very first time ever since owning an iPhone (for the past 8 months), I decided to try out this very own WordPress app, developed for Apple iPhone.
I am not sure how this will turn out, but at least it is worth a try. Either way, I will give my personal review after trying this out for a few posts.
Feel free to comment and let me know your views.