DiggingIntoWordPress

by Chris Coyier & Jeff Starr

Tag: updates

What to do when Auto-Update Fails

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Ahh yeah, WordPress just rolled out another update to version 3.1.1. If you're able to upgrade via the Admin, updating your site(s) should be a piece of cake: just log in, click a few buttons, wait a few minutes, and done. The convenience of automatically updating the WordPress core, plugins, and themes is awesome, but things can go wrong once in awhile and auto-updates can fail. If this happens, getting back on track is a bit tricky, so here's a quick guide to help restore site functionality and ensure a proper update.

Digging into WordPress 3.1 Update

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Digging into WordPress is now updated for WordPress 3.1. This is the book's 8th major update, with new material for WordPress 3.1 and extensive revisions throughout. Without a doubt, Digging into WordPress is more focused and current than ever before.

Should Clients Update Their Own Sites?

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A common question for WordPress designers/developers is how to handle plugin upgrades and upgrades of WordPress itself. I recently logged into a client site for maintenance to find that someone had “attempted” an upgrade of WordPress, but that it had failed:

Version 3.0 Launch!

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It’s here! Digging into WordPress Version 3.0 is here and it’s packed with goodness, including a new chapter on WordPress 3, updated core content, and a super-sleek new cover. Check it out:

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