WordPress 5

WordPress 5.5 – Bugs and Fixes

Bugs and Fixes for WordPress 5.5 WordPress 5.5. was released on August 11th, 2020.  Numerous bugs and issues have been reported with this release. Although this is labelled a minor release, the update involves significant changes to core files.  Many WordPress users have discovered broken themes, widgets, and images after this update. Here are a…

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Updating to WordPress 5.5

WordPress 5.5 ReleaseWordPress 5.5. was released on August 11th, 2020.  Numerous bugs and issues have been reported with this release.Currently, we recommend that clients do not update their sites to WordPress 5.5.Although this is labelled a minor release, the update involves significant changes to core files. Since the release, many WordPress users have reported broken…

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WordPress 5 – 2019 and Beyond

2018 was a year full of change!  It was the inevitable launch of WordPress 5.0. That launch came with the new and controversial editor, named Gutenberg, being integrated into core.  This left many users deeply concerned and  divided a once cohesive community. Amidst a background of intense opposition and uncertainty, WordPress 5.0 launched on December…

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WordPress 5.0. A Message to Our Clients

WordPress 5.0 is set to be released on November, 27th  December 6th, 2018. This version of WordPress goes far beyond an upgrade. It is a complete replacement of the Tiny MCE editor we all know. It’s also a complete change to the WordPress framework, back-end, and the way content is stored and rendered with React…

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WordPress 5.0. How to Disable Gutenberg

If you have a WordPress site, as most people, you need to know what Gutenberg is and how to prepare for its arrival. More importantly, you should be aware of the issues surrounding upgrading to 5.0 and how to officially disable Gutenberg. WordPress 5.0 is set to be released in late 2018 to early 2019.…

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WordPress 5.0. What You Need to Know!

Updated Aug. 10th 2018. WordPress 5.0 release cycle announced to start November 2018 (see below). There is an adage that goes “if it isn’t broke don’t fix it!”.  This is an old wise tale that Automattic, the creators of WordPress, have abandoned to forge WordPress into the future. Most WordPress users, have no idea what…

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