What’s New in WordPress 4.4..

Wordpress 4.4

Every one want to know about what new in wordpress in 2016. What is the new update and release by wordpress on this new year.

Actually WordPress 4.4 was released on this year. This will be the last major WordPress release of 2015 and as expected it comes with a new default theme and some other great features. We will show you what’s new in WordPress 4.4, and which features you should try after updating your websites.

What’s new In WordPress 4.4

WordPress 4.4, this release is by far the last and the best of this year. With new WordPress Twenty Sixteen theme focused at bloggers and WP REST API being integrated into the core, this WordPress release sure has something for everyone.

WordPress contributors have worked hard to deliver their promise of releasing the new WordPress default theme, Twenty Sixteen. This theme is focused on the classic way of blogging with minimalistic look, easy to customize via the Customizer while retaining its look and feel on various devices.

For starters, the page and post list page has changed from two panels into a list of floating titles. You can see the headline, a few lines of text, and a featured image. Edit, Preview, Stats, and Trashoptions line the bottom.

In WordPress 4.4 you don’t need to put in the hard work to make images responsive. WordPress does that for you. This feature is great as WordPress core is doing more work for you.

Written by Atul Singh

Atul Singh

I work as Technical Recruiter in staffing Company and having Bachelor in Computer Science.
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