Wordpress Release History

History of Wordpress Release

WorldPress is an open source blog tool and a publishing platform based on PHP and MySQL. The changelog lists all changes to the plugin by version. The Action History is the time traveling DeLorean of this update.

Storefront 2.3.2 Release Note - WooCommerce Development

Tweak - Replaces `wp_kses_data()` with `wp_kses_post()` on pricing in Mini-Cart and Sticky Add-To-Cart. Optimize - Added field types of hotel types supported in form. Optimize - Replace old homepage links with the new `[Products]`link. Fix - WooCommerce memberships portable desk design. Fix - Permanent orientation of the portable switch.

Fix - H1 deleted from the logotype if the homepage is not the blog page. Dev - Obsolete Sass mixtures deleted.

storefront release note - developing WooCommerce

Optimize - remove `user-scalable=no` from the viewer port beta tags to allow zoom in portable browser. Optimize - Allow a variable location altitude. Optimize - Only try to include titles from the caption to reactive column tables that have this property assigned. Fix - Change Fix handheld sub-navigation drop-down colour.

Fix - fixed-price labelling with RTL. Fix - Remove statical number of column for related product. Fix - remove text weights from standard left style to improve interoperability with theme plug-ins. Fix - Solved H3 shopping in the WooCommerce Brands integrate. Fix - Fix problems with layouts when integrating composite materials.

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Notes on Versions for WordPress

WorldPress is an open code blogs tools and publication plattform based on PHP and MySQL. Allows you to have a WordPress blog hosted on your DiskStation. Update to 4.9.7 to fix several WordPress issues (CVE-2018-10100, CVE-2018-10101, CVE-2018-10102, CVE-2018-10102, CVE-2018-10102, CVE-2018-12895). Update to 4.9.4 to address a number of WordPress related issues (CVE-2018-6389, CVE-2018-5776).

Updated to 4.9. Resolution of several vulnerabilities (CVE-2017-17093, CVE-2017-17094, CVE-2017-17091, CVE-2017-17092, CVE-2017-16510, CVE-2016-9263, CVE-2017-14990) (1) Resolution of a problem that could cause WordPress to lose information after retrying the packet install. Corrected a problem where the WordPress upgrade could have failed after changing the username passphrase for the base in MaryDB 5.

Updated to be compliant with MaryDB 10. Corrected a problem where WordPress could not be launched after changing the packet databank passwords via MaryDB. Now you can find WordPress in the DSM Find toolbar. Updated to 4.7.3 to fix a number of issues (CVE-2017-6814, CVE-2017-6815, CVE-2017-6816, CVE-2017-6817, CVE-2017-6817, CVE-2017-6818 and CVE-2017-6819).

WordPress has been refreshed to 4.7.2. Corrected a problem where some data could be deleted after the fix. Refreshed to 4.6.1. Updates to 4.5.3. Corrected a problem where the plug-in acismet could be lowered during packet upgrades. Released 4.5.2 to fix a number of issues (CVE-2016-2221, CVE-2016-2222, CVE-2016-4566, CVE-2016-4567). Corrected a problem where web install could have failed when installed over HTTPS.

Corrected a problem where .htaccess could not be backed up in a Maribor DB data base back-up. Revised the back-end servers to support better performing versions of snix. WordPress has been downgraded to 4.2.4 to resolve a number of issues (CVE-2015-5622, CVE-2015-5623, CVE-2015-2213, CVE-2015-5730, CVE-2015-5731, CVE-2015-5732, CVE-2015-5732, CVE-2015-5733, and CVE-2015-5734). WordPress has been downgraded to 4.1.4 to fix a cross-site scripting (XSS) exploit that could allow commentators to jeopardize a Web site.

WordPress has been updated to 4.1. Updated to 4.0.1 to fix several vulnerabilities. The change of the passwords for MaryDB now updates the passwords for this packet as well. WordPress has been updated to 3.9.2. Updated to 3.8.2 to resolve various vulnerabilities. Unchecked Pingback options for safety purposes. Updated to WordPress 3.8.

Updated to 3.5.1. Refresh the WordPress bundle to 3.4.

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