WordPress 4.3 “Billie”

 

WordPress 4.3 “Billie” has arrived.

I was on my blog admin pages doing something else and I noticed the update was available before the auto-updater kicked in and updated the site automatically, so I gave it a nudge and now I’m upgraded.

Like most of the recent WordPress updates, there is little new that interests me, but it’s always a good idea to be up to date, so whatever… :)

Cheers

Tim…

WordPress 4.2.4

 

wordpressBy the time you read this, you are probably auto-magically running on WordPress 4.2.4. :)

It’s a security release. You can read about the changes here.

Have a good time sitting back and doing nothing while it takes care of itself! :)

Cheers

Tim…

WordPress 4.2.3 : Hurry up and … let it fix itself…

 

WordPress 4.2.3wordpress has been released.

It contains fixes for some pretty nasty stuff. Usually, the updates have to be manually triggered for a day or so before the auto-update feature picks them up. I was on the blog this morning and there were no “manually triggered auto-updates” available, so it looks like this one has been pushed straight out, which probably makes sense.

By the time you’ve read this you are probably up to date already, but if not, get on your blog and give it a nudge. :)

You can see the changelog here.

Cheers

Tim…

WordPress 4.2.2

 

wordpressAnother day, another WordPress release. I woke up this morning to see WordPress 4.2.2 has arrived. It’s common after a big release to get a bunch of quick fixes, so I expect to see a number of these over the next few weeks.

Downloads and changelog in the usual places, but you will probably find your auto-update has already installed it for you. :)

Cheers

Tim…

 

WordPress 4.2 “Powell” (and 4.1.3)

 

wordpressOvernight I got an auto-upgrade to WordPress 4.1.3 maintenance release and a notice telling me WordPress 4.2 “Powell” was released. The downloads are in the usual places, and of course available from the update screen in your blog.

The announcement page has a video explaining the new features, which seem to make it easier to repost other people’s content, where you would normally expect to just tweet a link. Not sure what I feel about this yet!

Happy upgrading.

Cheers

Tim…

Update: WordPress 4.2.1 came out today.

WordPress 4.1.2

 

WordPress 4.1.2wordpress has been released. It’s a security release and I’m guessing most of you will pick it up passively using the auto-update features, so it’s nothing to worry about too much.

You can read about the fixes in this release here.

I’ve just installed it on 5 separate installations and there were no dramas.

Cheers

Tim…

WordPress 4.1 “Dinah”

 

WordPress 4.1 “Dinah” has been born.

The upgrade will probably happen automatically in a few days, but if you go on to you blog now you can force the update. We will no doubt get a 4.1.1 very soon, as this always seems to happen. :)

There is a list of new features that I think is meant to thrill me, but I’m looking at everything post upgrade and it all seems pretty much the same. I tried the new Twenty Fifteen theme, but I was not really happy with it, so I went back to my ultra-plain theme. :)

I’m sure there are some bug fixes and it always pays to be up to date with this stuff.

Happy upgrading.

Cheers

Tim…

WordPress 4.0

 

WordPress 4.0 “Benny” has been released. The download is in the usual place, but you are probably going to upgrade by clicking the auto-upgrade button.

I did 4 upgrades and all went fine. I can’t say things look that different after it, but you’ve got to keep on top of these upgrades I guess.

Cheers

Tim…

 

WordPress 3.9.2

 

WordPress 3.9.2 has been released. It’s a security release with a bunch of important fixes for some nasties. The changelog is here.

Depending on your setup, you might have automatically updated anyway. If not, go on to your dashboard and give it a nudge. :)

Cheers

Tim…