WordPress 6.0 Beta 3 Released. Let’s start testing!

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The third Beta is here for the upcoming major release, WordPress 6.0. WordPress 6.0 Beta 3 includes 10+ fixes and enhancements to further smoothen your WordPress experience. These enhancements were made after the Beta 2 release.

Since the software is still in development mode, you shouldn’t run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version.

To test WordPress 6.0, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want the “bleeding edge” channel and “Beta/RC Only” stream). Or you can download the beta here (zip).  Or, you can also use WP-CLI to test the update: wp core update –version=6.0-beta3

The major release, WordPress 6.0 is on for May 24, 2022. It is our responsibility to help the team roll out the major release with minimal (to no) issues. Therefore, let’s start testing!

WordPress 6.0 Beta 3 Highlights

  • Twenty Twenty-Two: Implement alternate json files #55433
  • Fix duotone rendering in site editor #37727
  • Create Comments Title block with simple styling #40419
  • Navigation block: After choosing an option from Select Menu, focus after block render #40390
  • Add comment id to all comments inside comments query loop #40268
  • Add a post-comments-form block to comments template #40256
  • Elements: Add styles to the footer before the block is rendered #37728
  • Add default comment status to discussion settings  #55567
  • Fix styles for nested elements (link color) #55567
  • Move wp_enqueue_block_style() to wp-includes/script-loader.php, for better consistency #55182#55148
  • Move administration related hooks to admin-filters.php #54795


As mentioned above, the WordPress 6.0 Release is on for May 24 and the development team can surely use all the help. If you think you’ve found a bug, you can post to the Alpha/Beta area in the support forums. If you’re comfortable writing a reproducible bug report, file one on WordPress Trac, where you can also find a list of known bugs.

News Source: WordPress.org

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