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WordPress 3.3.2 and 3.4 Beta 3 Released

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April 20th, 2012
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WordPress 3.3.2 and 3.4 Beta 3 have been released. This important security update plugs exploits in Plupload, SWFUpload, and SWFObject (three external libraries used by WordPress), as well as a few additional fixes. WordPress 3.4 Beta 3 is still not ready for prime time, but provides almost 90 fixes since the second beta release. Please do take a few swings at it on a test installation, especially if you are a plugin or theme developer. If you find any bugs, please report them, and contact the support forums if you need any help. If you’re currently running on the WordPress 3.3 branch, please update to 3.3.2 as soon as you can!

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WordPress 3.3.1 Released

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January 3rd, 2012
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WordPress 3.3.1 has been released. This is the first minor update since the release of WordPress 3.3 and contains 15 fixes, as well as an important security vulnerability fix. This update is recommended for all users, and can be done from the Dashboard -> Updates section of your blog’s Dashboard.

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Run Hotfix for Supplemental WordPress Updates

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December 18th, 2011
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Did you know that there’s a plugin for almost anything on WordPress? What if you wanted your bugs to be fixed before the next WordPress release? Well, there’s even a plugin for that, and it’s called Hotfix. Hotfix is a powerfully yet simple plugin. Just keep it active and up to date to receive important bug fixes between official WordPress releases. For WordPress 3.3, Hotfix already prevents “plugin and theme styles from bleeding into the dashboard” and works around “a bug for people without built-in JSON support.” Hotfix is not an official plugin, so it’s not an excuse to stop updating, but it’s safe to run between updates as it’s developed by two of the lead WordPress developers using fixes that are already prepared for the next official release. If you aren’t running Hotfix yet, now’s the perfect time to install it.

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WordPress 3.3: 1 Million Downloads

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December 16th, 2011
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WordPress 3.3 was released just 4 days ago, and it has now been downloaded over 1 million times, surpassing the record previously held by WordPress 3.2. Given some rough math, that’s about 250,000 downloads of WordPress each day! If you haven’t upgraded to WordPress 3.3 yet, or you have never tried WordPress, now’s the perfect time to give it a shot. Let’s see what sort of record download numbers we can bring WordPress 3.3 to in its first week!

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WordPress 3.3 Plugin Compatibility Updates

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December 14th, 2011
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WordPress 3.3 was released just two days ago, and several plugins have been updated since then to correct compatibility issues with the latest WordPress release. Considering this, today is probably a good day to check for plugin updates on your WordPress installation, even if you haven’t upgraded to WordPress 3.3 yet. There are too many to list overall, but here are some of the more popular plugins which have received compatibility updates for WordPress 3.3 since its release: All in One SEO Pack – Support for WordPress 3.3. BuddyPress – Intended to fix some cosmetic issues with the new WordPress 3.3 toolbar, and is a recommended update for all existing BuddyPress 1.5/1.5.1 and WordPress 3.3 installations. Login Logo – Support for WordPress 3.3. Postie – Removed get_user_by function to make compatible with wp 3.3 – now requires 2.8+. SI CAPTCHA Anti-Spam – WP 3.3 compatibility fix as wp_enqueue_script was called […]

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WordPress 3.3 Released

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December 12th, 2011
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WordPress 3.3 is finally here and ready to be downloaded or upgraded to from the Updates section of your blog’s Dashboard. Of all the changes, the most noticeable are the simplified toolbar (formerly known as the admin bar), the new drag and drop media uploader with support for multiple files, hover-powered Dashboard menus (no more wasted clicks), better help menus, a new Tumblr importer, and a complete introductory welcome page for new users. For developers, there’s a new version of jQuery, better help screen hooks, and a new editor API. If you’re running into trouble after upgrading to WordPress 3.3, there is a master list of known issues and FAQs on the forums which will be updated regularly, and the kind volunteers in the support forums will be more than happy to help you with any of your troubles.

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WordPress 3.3 RC 3 Released

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December 12th, 2011
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WordPress 3.3 RC 3 has been released. There were just a few things to fix, so the final 3.3 release should be right around the corner. If you’re a plugin or theme developer, and you haven’t tested your products against WordPress 3.3 yet, you my have just a few days (if not hours) left before the final release is public. Andrew Nacin has provided an outstanding WordPress 3.3 field guide for developers and Mika Epstein has provided an awesome WordPress 3.3 known issue and FAQ master list. As always, feel free to report any bugs that you find and contact the support forums if you need any help.

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WordPress 3.3 RC 2 Released

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December 8th, 2011
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WordPress 3.3 RC 2 has been released. The team feels that WordPress 3.3 is just about ready to be released, so this could very well be the last release candidate before 3.3 is officially released. If you’re a plugin or theme developer, it’s time to test your products against WordPress 3.3 before the rest of the world gets their hands on it. Andrew Nacin has provided an outstanding WordPress 3.3 field guide for developers and Mika Epstein has provided an awesome WordPress 3.3 known issue and FAQ master list. As always, feel free to report any bugs that you find and contact the support forums if you need any help.

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WordPress 3.3 RC1 Released

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December 1st, 2011
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The beta phase is over, and the talented folks behind WordPress feel that 3.3 is ready for release. As with the standard process, the first release candidate is available. If no issues are reported with this release, this may very well be what we get for WordPress 3.3, so it’s time to put your testing hats on and hammer away, especially if you’re a plugin or theme developer. If you run into any bugs, don’t forget to report them and contact the support forum if you need help.

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