Tonight, WordPress released an important security updated to version 3.3. The official statement from WordPress is below.
“WordPress 3.3.1 is now available. This maintenance release fixes 15 issues with WordPress 3.3, as well as a fix for a cross-site scripting vulnerability that affected version 3.3. Thanks to Joshua H., Hoang T., Stefan Zimmerman, Chris K. and the Go Daddy security team for responsibly disclosing the bug to our security team.
Download 3.3.1 or visit Dashboard → Updates in your site admin.”
This week we wrapped up a new design for Moustache: Greenwich Tonsorial & Masters of Tattoo.
Moustache USA came to us back in July for some minor updates before quickly realizing it was time to do a complete overhaul.
In keeping with the work we’ve been doing for the past few years we created a custom theme for WordPress. This will allow the Moustache USA team to update the site whenever they want.
Below we’ve included some screenshots of our design process. You can see how the design evolved from Version 1 to the final design. Feel free to let us know what you think in the comments.
If you need some help with WordPress, Web Design, or Web Development feel free to contact us.
Today WordPress announced the release of WordPress 3.3 Beta 1.
Here is the official announcement from WordPress.org
“If all goes well, we hope to release WordPress 3.3 by the end of November. The more help we get with testing and fixing bugs, the sooner we will be able to release the final version. If you want to be a beta tester, you should check out the Codex article on how to report bugs.
Here’s some of what’s new:
- Media uploader
- Improved admin bar
- Fly out admin menus
Remember, if you find something you think is a bug, report it! You can bring it up in the alpha/beta forum, you can email it to the wp-testers list, or if you’ve confirmed that other people are experiencing the same bug, you can report it on the WordPress Core Trac. (We recommend starting in the forum or on the mailing list.)
Theme and plugin authors, if you haven’t been following the 3.3 development cycle, please start now so that you can update your themes and plugins to be compatible with the newest version of WordPress.
Download WordPress 3.3 Beta 1“
Wordcamp San Francisco officially starts today and if you are not able to make it or couldn’t get a ticket you are able to watch it from the comfort of your desk.
To watch the live stream you have to buy a ticket and you can do that here.
Here is the official statement from WordPress…
If you use the P2 theme for WordPress then you should be seeing an update in your WordPress admin panel.
The changes in P2 1.3.1 are:
- Change sticky post color to blue, and place new posts after sticky posts
- Reset the height of the new post textearea after a successful post
- Do not confuse logged out with offline: better logged out/offline error handling
- Add author template so P2 can catch 404 request to non-existent authors on current blog
- Use user_nicename for @-name mention hint, since that is what mentions uses
There are however a few bugs being reported on the P2 support forum so we wouldn’t recommend updating just yet. We would imagine a fixed version will be released in a few weeks.
If you need help updating your P2 theme feel free to contact us.
This week we are proud to push live the new website for Uptime Devices.
Uptime Devices was referred to us by our favorite copywriter, Jason Pedley.
Their old website was built a few years back and users were finding it hard to navigate.
In creating the new site the biggest point of emphasis was to make sure that consistent navigation was had throughout and that they had the ability to maintain the site. By creating a custom theme and using WordPress as their content management system we were able to accomplish both of those goals.
This afternoon WordPress released a minor update, WordPress 3.2.1.
The official statement from the WordPress blog said:
“After more than a million downloads of WordPress 3.2, we’re now releasing WordPress 3.2.1 into the wild. This maintenance release fixes a server incompatibility related to JSON that’s unfortunately affected some of you, as well as a few other fixes in the new dashboard design and the Twenty Eleven theme.
In looking through our Google Analytics this week we noticed that more and more of our visitors were coming from mobile devices. Due to the number of projects we’re working we didn’t have the time to develop a mobile theme so we started looking for mobile plugins for WordPress.
After doing some searching we stumbled across the WordPress Mobile Edition plugin by Crowd Favorite.
The installation took only 4 steps.Read more
This week WordPress released version 3.2. WordPress 3.2, nicknamed Gershwin after composer and pianist George Gershwin, is a major upgrade and recommended for all users.
For a full list of changes in WordPress 3.2 click here. Here are some of the highlights:Read more
A lot of our work now-a-days has come in the form of creating custom themes for WordPress. When building a custom theme for WordPress we name our themes for many reasons but the most important is that if we just put our theme into the default folder or the twentyten folder then when a WordPress update is done the theme can be overwritten and if you don’t have a backup, gone forever.
To name your theme just follow these simple steps:Read more