January 4, 2012

WordPress 3.3.1 is Available, A Security and Maintenance Release, Update Now!

WordPress 3.3.1 Security and Maintenance Release

A few hours ago, Ryan Boren announced in an official WordPress News post, that WordPress 3.3.1 has been just released! The latest release of WordPress is more of a security and maintenance release more than anything else.

Among the 15 issues that were fixed, are the following:

  1. Wrong widget count on dashboard
  2. Unwanted backslash in output
  3. Multi-site Upload Limit Stuck at 50MB
  4. Plus much more…

So now, go ahead, it’s time to update your WordPress 3.3 to the latest release, 3.3.1. The process is really simple and worth doing. Don’t forget to backup your files, posts, media files, before commencing the update.

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One Comment on “WordPress 3.3.1 is Available, A Security and Maintenance Release, Update Now!

The Mayne Design
January 8, 2012 at 3:42 pm

Due to the security vulnerability we installed this update across our portfolio without any issue — got to love bug fixes vs. major revision levels …!


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