WordPress 3.7. breaks Graphene visual wordpress editor
AnonymousOctober 27, 2013 at 6:44 am #8337
The installation of WordPress 3.7. has broken my Graphene theme in the visual editor for images that possess a caption.
The following is a picture of the visual WP editor that contains a picture with a caption. The picture is shown as a grey coloured block.
The HTML code for the concerned picture in the middle is the following:
[caption id="attachment_20657" align="alignright" width="461"] Net Lending to Switzerland Rising (source SNB Monthly Statist. Bulletin, Aug 2013, p. 137)[/caption]
AnonymousOctober 28, 2013 at 8:34 pm #40932
I restored a backup and went back to WP 3.6.1.
So far I will not move again to WP 3.7.Admin
AnonymousNovember 1, 2013 at 5:09 am #40934
seems that WordPress is not tested before a new release and only real bloggers test it. Wonder how many bugs version 3.7.1 contains.
Since I restored a 3.6. backup, I will stay on this version. It makes sense to wait some weeks before upgrading.
AnonymousNovember 3, 2013 at 9:25 am #40935
This worries me too
Has anyone found a way of turning off automatic updates until we can be certain the version of WordPress is ok?ModQuote:seems that WordPress is not tested before a new release and only real bloggers test it. Wonder how many bugs version 3.7.1 contains.
WordPress undergoes numerous tests before new versions are released. However, every WordPress installation is unique, so it is impossible to catch every single issue that may arise. We always recommend that you set up a test installation, either on your own server (preferably) or in a localhost install, to test out new software before you go live.
I have no idea what you mean by “real bloggers”. Many large corporations and organizations use WP as a CMS: http://wordpress.org/showcase/tag/fortune-500/
That said, you can always get involved with the WordPress community and test out new versions ahead of time. That will allow developers an opportunity to catch issues that may be unique to your installation. http://make.wordpress.org/Quote:Since I restored a 3.6. backup, I will stay on this version. It makes sense to wait some weeks before upgrading.
Keep in mind that by not upgrading, you are leaving your site vulnerable to hackers.Quote:Has anyone found a way of turning off automatic updates until we can be certain the version of WordPress is ok?
You can’t guarantee that it is entirely “ok”, because every server set up and WP installation is unique. However, if you have FTP access to your site, you can control automatic updates like this:
AnonymousNovember 3, 2013 at 11:38 pm #40937
Thats useful Kenneth
Where it says use the following and a line of code
does that code go into functions.php?
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