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Difference between revisions of "Version 3.8"

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* Fix bug where top-level categories were only redirecting if they had no children
 
* Fix bug where top-level categories were only redirecting if they had no children
 
* Fix bug in <tt>wp_get_object_terms()</tt> where returned were strings not integers
 
* Fix bug in <tt>wp_get_object_terms()</tt> where returned were strings not integers
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* Fix a bug where passing a null value to <tt>meta_query</tt> resulted in wonkiness with the comparison operator
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=== Multisite ===
 
=== Multisite ===

Revision as of 08:02, 12 December 2013

On December 12, 2013, WordPress Version 3.8, named for xxxxx, will be released to the public. For more information on this enhancement and bug-fix release, read the WordPress Blog, and see the Changelog for 3.8.

For Version 3.8, the database version (db_version in wp_options) changed to xxxxx, and the Trac revision was xxxxx.

Highlights

  • Admin Enhancements
    • New WordPress admin UI
    • New search capabilities
    • Refreshed dashboard
    • Improved theme management
    • Better widget management
  • New Default Theme - Twenty Fourteen
    • Sleek new magazine theme
    • With featured-content and featured-images
  • For Developers
    • External Libraries have been updated.
    • Better RTL support

What's New

General

Dashboard

Posts

Media

Comments

Appearance

Plugins

Tools

Users

Settings

Accessibility

Install Process

Multisite

Under The Hood

General

  • Allow customisation of theme mod defaults via custom-background theme support
  • A $taxonomy argument was added to each of the adjacent post functions.

Bug Fixes

  • Fix bug where top-level categories were only redirecting if they had no children
  • Fix bug in wp_get_object_terms() where returned were strings not integers
  • Fix a bug where passing a null value to meta_query resulted in wonkiness with the comparison operator


Multisite

Classes

Functions


Actions & Filters

Actions

Filters

External Libraries

Deprecated

Miscellaneous

And see others WordPress Versions.