어느새 RC3까지 왔네요.. 머지않아 정식버전이 나오겠네요..
이제 어지간한 플러그인들도 모두 2.0을 지원하는듯하고..
WordPress 2.0 변경내용
- More Abstracted Data Layer –
The core WordPress
code has been refactored to abstract direct calls to the database when
adding posts, comments, and other data. This will lead to improvements
in database access (perhaps even supporting other database engines in
the future) and plugin development, including…
- New Import System – The new
leverages the abstraction done at the data layer, so that import
routines can call simple functions to convert posts from other blogging
tools instead of a huge complicated series of queries. Importers are
also available directly from the admin, so no special process need be
taken to employ them. (Thanks, tinster.)
- Admin Redesign –
It’s not so significant as the
Tiger Admin plugin, but there are a few more gadgets in the admin,
especially on the Write page. You can now drag sections of the page to
reorganize them, and click the plus/minus to expand/contract the
- The Rich Editor – WordPress
has a new post editor
built in that lets you see what you’re going to get without
decipher tags. You can also resize the editing area on the fly by
dragging it, which is pretty cool. Not everyone who has tried it likes
the WYSIWYG editor, so there is an option to disable it on a per-user
- Image/File Uploading – Just
under the Rich Editor
in the Write panel, there is a new control that allows you to upload
and insert images into your posts. WordPress keeps track of these
images and can even automatically provide dedicated pages to receive
comments for them.
- Improved Post Preview –
Instead of displaying the
post as plain text below the editor, the post is now displayed in an
embedded frame, using all of the layout and CSS that is normally
applied to your site. In effect, the post looks exactly
like it will when you publish it, giving you ample opportunity to
review the post’s layout.
- User Metadata – To support
user-based options, the
user data now sports a much more flexible structure. People who use
WordPress as a CMS can now use code to add custom data of any kind to
any user profile.
- User Roles and Capabilities –
The “user level”
concept of security has now been replaced with Roles. WordPress
associates a Role to each user. Roles have Capabilities such as
posts” and “activate plugins” that allow
certain actions. There is no
more concept of hierarchical users, but plugin authors can now create
whole new Capabilities to apply proper permission management.
- Presentation Page Changes –
WordPress 1.5 lets you
switch themes, and 2.0 shows you what they look like before you do it.
If a theme includes a screenshot, you’ll see it in the
admin panel to help you choose the theme for your site.
- Ajax Category Addition –
There’s a bunch of ajax
in WordPress 2.0 and this is probably the most requested use of it.
This feature lets you add new categories directly from the post-writing
- Ajax List Management – There
are a few places in
the admin that show lists of things and let you delete, like
categories, posts, comments. Now, instead of reloading, the row turns
red and then fades out.
utilities, like FAT
(Fade Anything Technique) and SACK
(Simple Ajax Code Kit), can be used by other tools and plugins, so
good to put them someplace where developers know they will reside, and
outside of the admin directory, which might have weird permissions.
- Theme Admin Pages – The guys
who worked on K2
went to some lengths to hack a custom configuration page for their
theme into the WordPress admin. Now that capability is easily available
by including a functions.php file with the theme. You can see this at
work in the new header generator for the Default theme.
- Ping Delay Removed – Rather
trackbacks and pingbacks when the post is saved (this causes the delay
you see when posting to WP1.5), the pings are attempted via a different
method that allows the admin interface to respond more quickly.
- Persistent Cache – There are
certain types of
queries that WordPress makes to the database repeatedly. To speed
things up, the results of these queries are cached to disk. This
caching is still compatible with other caching plugins, like WP-Cache,
and could be just enough of a boost for larger sites to avoid
- Database Versioning – Now when
updates are made to
the database schema, your admin panel will tell you to run the upgrade
routines. This is handy because it keeps your database fresh enough to
support the code that runs on it.
- New Built-In Plugins –
WordPress 2.0 is now packed
with the Akismet plugin for comment spam prevention, and the
WP-DB-Backup plugin for manual or automated database backups.
테스트해보고 싶으신분들은 :: wordpress 2.0개발버전 인덱스:: 2.0이 공개되면서 링크가 없어졌습니다.