WordPress has announced its new version 5.7. This version allows owners a one-click HTTP to HTTPS conversion along with some other features.
WordPress version 5.7 is named after the musician “Esperanza Spalding.” The first WordPress was launched in 2001 that offers some easy-to-use editor and was easy for the common man as well to develop a website.
HTTP To HTTPS Conversion
WordPress 5.7 comes with the most promising feature of migrating a website from HTTP to HTTPS in just one click. Until now converting an HTTP website to an HTTPS website is a tough task to do. With this new feature, once you start converting, URLs in a site’s database will automatically be converted when the website and WordPress address are both using HTTPS.
Along with this, the site health function of the WordPress dashboard comes with the HTTPS status check feature.
Easy To Use Editor
WordPress 5.7 comes with the improvements in the following editors:
- Adjustable Font Size In More Areas
- Reusable Blocks
- Drag-and-Drop Facility
More Functionalities Without Code
WordPress is now offering more functionalities to the website owners that too without using custom code:
- Full-height alignment
- Buttons block
- Social Icons block
New Default Color Scheme
This new streamlined color palette collapses all the colors that used to be in the WordPress source code down to seven core colors and a range of 56 shades that meet the WCAG 2.0 AA recommended contrast ratio against white or black.