The Notre Dame Sites network has been updated to 5.2.2.
This maintenance release fixes 13 bugs and adds a little bit of polish to the Site Health feature that made its debut in 5.2.
The Notre Dame Sites network has been updated to 5.2.
A number of changes work together to improve contextual awareness and keyboard navigation flow for those using screen readers and other assistive technologies.
Thirteen new icons including Instagram, a suite of icons for BuddyPress, and rotated Earth icons for global inclusion. Find them in the Dashboard and have some fun!
WordPress will now automatically determine if your site’s version of PHP is compatible with installed plugins. If the plugin requires a higher version of PHP than your site currently uses, WordPress will not allow you to activate it, preventing potential compatibility errors.
This morning we updated WordPress to 5.1.1 which is a maintenance and security release.
The primary focuses of 5.1.1 are:
The Notre Dame Sites network has been updated to 5.1.
About the release: Following WordPress 5.0 — a major release which introduced the new block editor — 5.1 focuses on polish, in particular by improving the overall performance of the editor. In addition, this release paves the way for a better, faster, and more secure WordPress with some essential tools for site administrators and developers.
The Notre Dame Sites network has been updated to 5.0.3.
For more information on the included releases:
We have enabled the Classic editor by default for all sites. If you would like to use the Block Editor (Gutenberg) on your site, go to “Settings > Allow users to switch editors”
This morning we updated WordPress to 4.9.8 which is a maintenance and security release.
The primary focuses of 4.9.8 are:
This version includes 18 Privacy fixes focused on ensuring consistency and flexibility in the new personal data tools added in 4.9.6, including:
This morning we updated WordPress to 4.9.7 which is a maintenance and security release.
From the WordPress 4.9.7 release post, WordPress versions 4.9.6 and earlier are affected by one security issue. As part of the core team’s ongoing commitment to security hardening, the following security and maintenance fixes have been implemented:
This morning we updated WordPress to 4.9.6 which is a privacy and maintenance release.
This morning we updated WordPress to 4.9.5 which is a maintenance release.
This maintenance release fixes 28 bugs in 4.9, including fixes for Customizer, media library, error notices, and some security fixes. Twenty Seventeen bundled theme and Hello Dolly bundled plugin have also been updated.
This morning we updated WordPress to 4.9.4 which is a maintenance release.
This maintenance release fixes a severe bug in 4.9.3, which will cause sites that support automatic background updates to fail to update automatically, and will require action from you (or your host) for it to be updated to 4.9.4.