Upgrading to WordPress 2.0.6

January 12th, 2007

This morning I upgraded to WordPress 2.0.6. It took about 15 minutes, and the only change I’ve needed to reapply (so far) is the change to pluggable-functions.php to add a header to the mail notification of a new comment. Needless to say, this confirms that choosing WordPress was a good decision. Earlier in the week I tried installing it on my iBook, and that went smoothly as well.

The nice thing about this upgrade is that it provides better support for Safari, and I can use the HTML quick tags when writing new posts or pages. Now I just need to learn to include images in my posts - I’ve had a request for pictures of New Zealand to liven things up a bit.

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  • 1. reflections » Open &hellip  |  January 28th, 2007 at 8:12 am

    […] Earlier this month, I upgraded to WP 2.0.6, thinking that I wouldn’t need to make any more software changes for a while. Three days later, Wordpress issued version 2.0.7, which fixed some security issues, among other things. This was followed a week later by a new release, WP 2.1. […]


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