Category: WordPress Notes

Minor updates of WordPress v3.2 to 3.2.1

Just few days after the release of WordPress 3.2, wordpress 3.2.1 released. It is said that it fixes a JSON-related server incompatibility problem that affected some users. Fixes for the new dashboard design and the Twenty Eleven theme, based on the popular Duster theme, are also included. There is no problem for me. I would

WordPress 3.0.5 release

WordPress 3.0.5 is released and has following bugs fixed. Summary * Fix XSS bug: Properly encode title used in Quick/Bulk Edit, and offer additional sanitization to various fields. Affects users of the Author or Contributor role. (r17397, r17406, r17412) * Fix XSS bug: Preserve tag escaping in the tags meta box. Affects users of the

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WordPress upgrade to 3.0.4

As Matt mentioned, it is a security update. You have to update your WordPress installation as soon as possible. I did it when I received the email and read the message from Matt. Version 3.0.4 of WordPress, available immediately through the update page in your dashboard or for download here, is a very important update

Upgrade to WordPress 3.0.3

WordPress 3.0.3 released. Even I do not use remote publish, I still upgrade five blogs I managed to latest 3.0.3. It is simply and easy, just click the auto update link and done. This release fixes issues in the remote publishing interface, which under certain circumstances allowed Author- and Contributor-level users to improperly edit, publish,