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Old Version of Wordpress 3.3.2 (IIS)
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Wordpress 3.3.2 (IIS)
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
PHP 5.2.4 or greater and MySQL Server 5.0 or greater. (PHP 4.2 & MySQL 4.1.2 - Wordpress 3.1.X)
License
Open Source
Release Date
20 April, 2012 (2 years ago )

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Program Information of Wordpress 3.3.2 (IIS)
Version Name:
Wordpress 3.3.2 (IIS)

File Size:
4.07 MB

Released Date:
20 April, 2012 (2 years ago)

MD5 Checksum:
299179E947E9C3FA45774CC6F9EB76CE

SHA1 Checksum:
24AC200B345A8BC0830156C4F3F2D3E172D72B6A

Version History of Wordpress 3.3.2 (IIS)
Three external libraries included in WordPress received security updates:
  • Plupload (version 1.5.4), which WordPress uses for uploading media.
  • SWFUpload, which WordPress previously used for uploading media, and may still be in…

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About Wordpress

WordPress is a state-of-the-art semantic personal publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability. What a mouthful. WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time. More simply, WordPress is what you use when you want to work with your blogging software, not fight it.

Wordpress Features

  • Generates standards-compliant XML, XHTML, and CSS
  • Integrated link management
  • Search engine-friendly permalink structure
  • Extensible plugin support
  • Nested categories and multiple categories for articles
  • TrackBack and Pingback
  • Typographic filters for proper formatting and styling of text
  • Static Pages
  • Multiple Authors

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Did You Know?

Wordpress was first released in 2003 by guy named Matt Mullenweg as a fork of b2/cafelog. in September 2009, WordPress was being used by 202 million websites worldwide.