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WordPress version 4.0 is coming very soon and currently it is a public beta. Current version is already 4 years old as WordPress release updates every 6 months. WordPress is an open-source project which make up over 60% of all websites that use content management software and 22.6% of the Internet in total. The most surprising thing is that same website that doesn’t look like blog also designed with WordPress. Version 4.0 is scheduled to release on August 13, 2014. Meanwhile, it is open for those eager developers who want to test out the latest features and help WordPress to do better. I found something really imagining in this and strongly believe that it is going to change your WordPress experience forever.
Previously, when you required to install WordPress in other languages, then you have to install a localized version of WordPress or manually upload the translation files. This is going to be a lot more easier in WordPress 4.0. From the next version it is going to be the first step to install WordPress and the rest of the process will be done in that chosen language.
WordPress 4.0 will also allow users to switch/change the site language from the WordPress admin area by going to Settings » General and choosing a language from Site Language drop down menu.
Users will also be able to search for plugins and themes available in their selected language.
From WordPress 4.0 the media are going to be available in grid view.
This modern interface will provide a faster way to view and manage your media files in WordPress.Clicking on a media file will open it in a modal popup where you can edit file information. You can also browse media files in the modal popup using the arrow keys.
In WordPress 3.9, widgets were added to Theme Customizer. In WordPress 4.0, Widgets are moved to their own panel in Theme Customizer.
Now let’s have a look at the new WordPress backhand interface.
Another awesome thing with WordPress is its “visual composer”. It’s one of those great things that led to its widespread popularity. But the formatting toolbar has some problem. You cannot do anything to format the text without scrolling up unless you have memorized the keyboard shortcuts.
In WordPress 4.0, this is changing and from now toolbar will automatically stick to the top of the screen, exactly what we would have wanted.
The toolbar to add links, change alignment, or anything like that will stick to the top of the screen no matter where you have scrolled. Every little thing counts when you have developed a great platform like WordPress. Every little update can make the blogging easier, comfortable and enjoyable for the bloggers all over the world.