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Sometimes, WordPress developers may come across plugins that restyle menu titles in order to make them stand out visually2. While this may seem like a good idea at first glance, there are some issues with doing so. One problem is related to accessibility. The default UI color scheme in WordPress can be changed by users for various reasons, including supporting accessibility needs. However, if a plugin forces a specific color onto the user interface, it can break this customization and potentially make certain elements difficult to see or use.
WordPress 6.3 Release Candidate 2 (RC2) is now available for download and testing3. As with any release candidate version, it’s important not to install or test it on production websites as it’s still under development and may have bugs or issues that need further refinement before the final release. Instead, RC2 should be evaluated on a test server and site. The community’s feedback and testing play a crucial role in making WordPress 6.3 even better before its scheduled release on August 8th, 2023.
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