This version has some small changes:
- changed the version of php we were checking for to 5.2.4 so that it is consistent with the php version required for WP3.2
- added a search form to the search results for better user experience
- some small changes in the style sheet primarily to make headers display more consistently (Thanks to Jason Varone to pointing this out)
As some have already noticed, WPFolio now checks for your PHP version. If your version of PHP is out of date, WPFolio will tell you in the dashboard. Starting with WordPress 3.2, the PHP version required is 5.2.4 or greater. WPFolio also uses some features included in PHP 5.2.4, so the warning prevents an error that could crash your site (a good thing, a warning is better than crashing).
What should you do if you see the warning? At the time of this writing, WordPress is at version 3.1.3 so you don’t have to panic. It’s just a warning. You can check with your particular host on how to update PHP. Your host may be planning on doing it automatically before the release of WordPress 3.2 – and they might not, so you may want to ask.