WordPress 4.5.1 Fixes 12 Bugs

WordPress 4.5.1 is available and addresses a dozen items reported against WordPress 4.5. According to Adam Silverstein, “a singular class issue that broke sites based on the Twenty Eleven theme, an incompatibility between certain Chrome versions and the visual editor, and an Imagick bug that could break media uploads,” are among the bugs fixed. A detailed list of changes can be viewed here.

WordPress 4.5.1 is already being pushed out to sites configured for auto updates. If you’d rather not wait or have auto updates disabled, you can browse to Dashboard – Updates and click the Update Now button. If you encounter an issue or believe you’ve discovered a bug, please post it in the troubleshooting section of the support forums.

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  1. Great! All my WordPress Online Properties are configured for auto updates. I don’t have to worry much.

    Once the auto updates has been committed, i normally receive an email notification like this: [Magwinya Wired] Your site has updated to WordPress 4.5.1

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  2. I was really hesitating to upgrade to this wordpress version as the previous update broke my site with my custom theme installed and it took me hours to rollback to the previous version.

    But thanks to wordpress community, this release works great.

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