The WordPress team at Automattic has just released WordPress 3.3, named “Sonny” in honor of the great jazz saxophonist Sonny Stitt. The update to their offers the usual slew of bugfixes and introduces several new features that will likely appeal to both newbies and advanced users alike.
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Named in honor of the composer and pianist George Gershwin, Auttomatic has released WordPress Version 3.2 “Gershwin”, bringing with it the usual slew of bugfixes, redesign and optimization of the WordPress framework. The focus of 3.2 is making WordPress faster and lighter thus we have a refreshed dashboard design that seems to fit the bill. [...]
Automattic has released a new security update for WordPress 3.1. You can view the changelog below: Various security hardening by Alexander Concha. Taxonomy query hardening by John Lamansky. Prevent sniffing out user names of non-authors by using canonical redirects. Props Verónica Valeros. Media security fixes by Richard Lundeen of Microsoft, Jesse Ou of Microsoft, and [...]
The latest version of WordPress, 3.0 codenamed “Thelonious” has just been released and is now available for download (or upgrade within your dashboard).
WordPress 2.9.1 has been released. This release fixes quite a few problems encountered with WordPress 2.9. After over a million downloads of WordPress 2.9 and lots of feedback from all of you, we’re releasing WordPress 2.9.1. This release addresses a handful of minor issues as well as a rather annoying problem where scheduled posts and [...]
If you’ve just logged in to your WordPress-powered blog, you might have already noticed the prompt for version 2.9 AKA Carmen. Like previous major releases, 2.9 brings a whole lot of bugfixes, features and changes to WordPress. While this does brings users shiny new things, do note that the update that may break your theme [...]
Wordpress has added the post revision feature on version 2.6 of their blogging software. If you’ve ever wonder how it works and why you should be worried about it, here’s why: Every time a post on your blog is edited, it creates a new row on the wp_posts table. To put that into perspective, If [...]
The current version of WordPress (currently 2.8.5) has a built-in feature of upgrading your plugins individually (plugins hosted on wordpress.org at least) whenever an update is released. This a useful tool to keep your blog secure (by keeping your plugins up-to-date ). But what if you have a lot of plugins to update?
Working with wordpress is a charm but it does get to a point where keeping your blog primmed and updated becomes more of a chore. Problem is, if you don’t update your blog often then you’re likely to be vulnerable to attacks… but what if you need to update 50 or more blogs? Hassle? Not [...]
WordPress 2.8.5 has been released. As always, it is recommended to update your WordPress installation to the latest patch for security purposes. Here’s a quote from the WordPress team about this release. As you know over the past couple of months we have been working on the new features for WordPress 2.9. We have also [...]