1. Andrew

    Anyone knows if they’re doing a Twenty Eighteen theme this year?


  2. Rahul Taneja

    Thanks Sarah, for all the updates in the new release of the WordPress.


  3. neo

    wp 4.9 comes with a bug… you can not edit any php file anymore in the backend theme or plugin editor !

    This message occurs

    “Unable to communicate back with site to check for fatal errors, so the PHP change was reverted. You will need to upload your PHP file change by some other means, such as by using SFTP.”

    It does not matter if the website is http or https… you just cannot edit any php file anymore and save it. https://i.imgur.com/xipanRo.jpg


    • Drew Jaynes

      The code that furnishes that error does a remote request using a Basic Auth header against the admin page with the file loaded. If fastCGI is enabled, for instance, the Basic Auth header won’t get built or sent and that may be preventing the request from successfully retrieving the contents of the page.

      All that to say, it’s probably something in your server configuration that’s preventing the page from being scraped and checked for fatals on submit.

      It’s easy enough to make the claim that it “worked before and now it doesn’t” but the reality of the situation is that cowboy coding with no safety net worked before and now it doesn’t, and that’s a feature, not a bug.


  4. Ismail Bahhane

    Just installed it, works like charm.
    Thank you, everyone!


  5. Ayoola Fasanya

    Kudos to the great Team that delivered WP 4.9. I have installed it works fine, but the “Press This” button and bookmarlet are not showing under “Available Tool”. Can anyone help.



  6. Eugene Kopich

    Getting a bunch of errors while activating a child theme on a Multisite install…


  7. nick

    It broke my site and now I cannot log in. DO NOT LOG OUT if you have a problem. You won’t be able to get back in.


  8. Amar
  9. james

    Does the editor recognize JavaScript?

    I created a script.js file for testing, and added a simple made up jquery line of code and it got all mad at me for using double quotes instead of single quotes.

    In JS it doesn’t matter, but in PHP it matters, so I’m wondering if it thinks I’m writing PHP?


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