Posts Tagged ‘upgrade’

How do WordPress Automated Upgrades Work?

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January 8th, 2011
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Have you ever wondered how WordPress handles the automated core, plugin, and theme upgrades? Well, it’s time for some quick weekend education! Long-time support forum volunteer, Ipstenu, has done all the thinking for you and has clearly laid out the inner-workings of the automated upgrade process. It’s a quick read, and you might leave with a new respect for the automated upgrade system, and a new understand for why you should create a child theme if you want to modify your own theme.

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Core Update Compatibility

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November 8th, 2008
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Will the Core Update feature in WordPress 2.7 work on your webhosting account? One way to find out is to view the new article in the Codex entitled “Core Update Host Compatibility“. This article serves as a central location to discover whether or not the Core Update feature works with a specific web hosting company. The article is divided up into three sections and lists webhosting companies in alphabetical order: Working Hosts, No Issues Works With Caveats Doesn’t Work Keep in mind that: It is important to note that the update feature will not work when updating to Version 2.7, but rather will work for Versions released AFTER 2.7 (e.g. upgrading from 2.7 to 2.7.1)! If you discover during the beta test period that the core update feature works on your webhosting account, please add the company to the Codex article within the appropriate section.

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WordPress 2.5 Upgrade Guide(s)

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April 2nd, 2008
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There are many guides out there (one in particular I won’t dare mention) about upgrading to 2.5, but I was curious how your experience was. I’ve personally upgraded two of my blogs — one manually, and one using Keith’s awesome WordPress Automatic Upgrade plugin. In both cases, I ran into no issues aside from a few incompatible plugins (you did check the list, right?). To get the ball rolling, here are several links to some upgrade experiences around the web. My hope is to make this post a resource with a list of upgrade guides and experiences. Please feel free to add your own in the comments below (only one link please). Alex Frison shares with us how to upgrade 2.5 in 5 minutes. Random View shares his experience with upgrading to 2.5. Christer Edwards discusses updating, not one, but multiple blogs to WP 2.5 with no issues. Jeffro2pt0 discusses […]

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Multiple Mozilla Products Vulnerabilities

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April 14th, 2006
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Multiple Mozilla Products Vulnerabilities If you have not upgraded your Mozilla Products already, it might be high time to do so. Vulnerable products include Firefox 1.5, Thunderbird 1.5, Mozilla Suite 1.7 and Seamonkey 1.0

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