Erik is the Technical Director for University Communications.
This morning we updated WordPress to 4.9.3 which is a maintenance release.
This maintenance release fixes 34 bugs in 4.9, including fixes for Customizer changesets, widgets, visual editor, and PHP 7.2 compatibility. WordPress 4.9.3 contains 34 bug fixes.
This morning we updated WordPress to 4.9.2 which is a security and maintenance release. Bug fixes of note:
- Fixed a XSS vulnerability that was discovered in the Flash fallback files in MediaElement
- The previous taxonomy-agnostic behavior of
category_description() was restored.
- Switching themes will now attempt to restore previous widget assignments, even when there are no sidebars to map.
This morning we updated WordPress to 4.9.1 which is a security and maintenance release. Bug fixes of note:
- Issues relating to the caching of theme template files.
- The inability to edit theme and plugin files on Windows based servers.
This morning we updated WordPress to 4.9. Highlights include “…an improved Customizer workflow with design drafts, locking, scheduling, and preview links. What’s more, code syntax highlighting and error checking will make for a clean and smooth site building experience. Finally, if all that wasn’t pretty great, we’ve got a great new Gallery widget and improvements to theme browsing and switching.”
This morning we updated WordPress to 4.8.1. From the release news post: “This release contains 29 maintenance fixes and enhancements, chief among them are fixes to the rich Text widget and the introduction of the Custom HTML widget.”
For a complete list of changes, see the post on wordpress.org