Beginilah Tampilan WordPress dari Tahun ke Tahun

TEPATNYA tanggal 27 Mei, penyedia layanan blog open source WordPress merayakan ulang tahun ke-1o “WordPress 10th Anniversary”. Tidak ketinggalan di Aceh pun dirayakan oleh blogger Aceh yang tergabung dalam Aceh Blogger Community di sebuah warung kopi bilangan Lampineung, Banda Aceh.

Lalu bagaimanakah tampilannya dari tahun ke tahun hingga berumur 10 tahun seperti saat ini, berikut ini kami kutip dari situs, untuk Anda.

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10 Years of WordPress

  • WordPress 0.7.1


    The first release of WordPress was unleashed onto the interwebs on May 27, 2003.

    Check out the sparse backend/post page.

  • WordPress 1.0.1


    WordPress hit 1.0 in January of 2004. The update included an improved installation process, a new default theme and a more robust backend.

  • WordPress 1.2


    Released in May 2004, WordPress 1.2 introduced plugins, extending WordPress even further.

  • WordPress 1.5


    In February 2005, WordPress 1.5 was released. It included new features like the ability to create pages, as well as posts and a new default theme, Kubrick. Kubrick would stay on as the default theme until 2010.

  • WordPress 2.0


    On December 31, 2005, WordPress 2.0 was introduced to the world.

    WordPress 2.0 featured a redesigned (and blue) admin, WYSIWYG editing and inline uploads.

  • WordPress 2.1


    More than a year would pass before WordPress 2.1 would make its way to users in January 2007.

    WordPress 2.1 included autosave for posts and drafts, a tabbed post editor and the ability to set any page as the homepage of a website.

  • WordPress 2.2


    In May 2007, WordPress 2.2 was released. It introduced widgets to the WordPress world and kicked off a new, more frequent development cycle.

  • WordPress 2.3


    WordPress 2.3 was released in September 2007. The big new feature in 2.3 was support for tags as well as categories. That may not seem that important in 2011, but at the time, it was a huge feature.

  • WordPress 2.5 Dashboard


    In March 2008, WordPress 2.5 was released. A major user interface update, WordPress 2.5 brought about some major changes to the dashboard and post screen.

  • WordPress 2.5 Post Screen


    Although certainly better looking than previous versions of WordPress, WordPress 2.5 was criticized for some as being “too different.”

    The interface remained largely unchanged in WordPress 2.6, released in July 2008, but the backend would soon change again.

  • WordPress 2.7


    In December 2008, WordPress 2.7 became available. For the second time in less than a year, the user interface was completely revamped. This time, it was a hit.

  • WordPress 2.7 Post Screen


    The overall interface remained largely the same from WordPress 2.7 through WordPress 2.9.

    In the intervening 18 months, however, WordPress gained lots of new features and started to really round itself out as more than just a blogging engine.

  • WordPress 3.0 Dashboard


    Released in June 2010, WordPress 3.0 was a major release for the platform.

    Many of the new features, like custom post types and taxonomies have helped WordPress establish itself as a real, grown-up CMS.

  • WordPress 3.0 Post Screen


    The post screen for WordPress 3.0 and 3.1 is customizable and modular.

  • WordPress 3.2 Dashboard


    The next major WordPress release, WordPress 3.2, is expected sometime in June 2011. This release features a revamped dashboard and post interface. It also marks the official end for support for Internet Explorer 6.

  • WordPress 3.2 Post Screen


    WordPress 3.2 carries over many of the elements from WordPress 3.0/3.1, but with a more refined look and feel.

  • WordPress 3.2 Distraction Free Writing Page


    One of the big new features in WordPress 3.2 is the introduction of the Distraction Free Writing mode. This mode allows the user to just concentrate on writing, without worrying about sidebars, modules or custom fields.

    In some respects, the new writing mode harkens back to the earliest days of WordPress.

  • WordPress 3.3 Dashboard


    WordPress 3.3 ushered in a new admin toolbar (similar to what exists on and better support for uploading lots of media.

  • WordPress 3.3 Media Uploads


    Media support was greatly enhanced in WordPress 3.3, including support for drag and drop uploads.

  • WordPress 3.4 Dashboard


    WordPress 3.4 added betters support for real-time theme customization and previews within the admin interface.

  • WordPress 3.4 Theme Customizer


    One of the big features in WordPress 3.4 was the ability to live-customize a theme without having to dive into the code.

    This includes changes to the header, footer and even colors.

  • WordPress 3.5


    Released at the end of 2012, WordPress 3.5 included a cavalcade of new features, including a new default theme, support for retina displays, a new media manager and better support for access on mobile devices!

  • WordPress 3.6 New Post Screen


    Currently nearing the end of its beta period, WordPress 3.6 includes a new post chooser (similar to Tumblr), a new default theme and better backend refinements.

  • WordPress 3.6 and MP-6, Future Dashboard


    In addition to WordPress 3.6, the WordPress UI team is testing the next version of the WordPress Dashboard in a new plugin dubbed MP-6. It features a darker theme and more refined UI.