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WordPress 2.6 Released

Discussion in 'General Internet Marketing' started by pow-wow, Jul 16, 2008.

  1. pow-wow

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    WordPress › Blog » WordPress 2.6

     
  2. deluxdon

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    Is there any problem with latest version of WP ? Someone complain about this at DP.

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  3. uniquecontentcreation

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    Is updating wordpress difficult? I don't really see the need since Im at 2.5...
     
  4. deluxdon

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    I heard that its not difficult. And btw there is online guide available for that so you can go through it.

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  5. Gorkfu

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    I haven't had any issues from upgrading to 2.6. By the way, I will have Reddit and dZone plugins available soon which are similar to the Digg plugin I created.
     
  6. deluxdon

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    Have you upgraded manually or through any upgrading plugin ?

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  7. Gorkfu

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    Upgraded Manually.
     
  8. camp185

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    Upgrading WP is easy. They do have a major software problem though. It's called "Constant Update Syndrome". Hopefully 2.7 will wait until 2009.
     
  9. deluxdon

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    Appreciate if you let us know step by step guide for that please.

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  10. headdown

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    Wordpress have a really helpful three step upgrade guide. You can follow it as a step by step upgrade and is fairly painless.

    I use ftp to copy the files to the server so find it a bit of a drag, but it usually goes easily.

    On one blog I did have trouble with 2.6 that was on a windows server and had custom permalinks set to /index.php/%postname%/ . The new version seems to have forgotten about it, consequently receiving lots of 404 page not found errors. Fortunately it's now on an apache server so with htaccess available used a redirect.

    Anyone with this problem might find it worth waiting for version 2.6.1 which should fix the problem.

    Other than that upgrade was a breeze.
     

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