We upgraded the core WordPress tonight which brings a lot of small improvements. Highlights of this version include background updating for security fixes and improved searching. If you are interested in full details of the updates, WordPress has more information on 3.7 and on 3.7.1.
If your site experiences problems, please contact us at email@example.com.
All updates have been completed. If you notice any problems with your site, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with a description of the problem and a link to the page. The updates took about 40 minutes to complete.
WordPress was updated to 3.5.1. These plugins were also updated.
- Audit Trail
- Awesome Flickr Gallery
- Custom Contact Forms
- Disqus Comment System
- Google Analytics for WordPress
- Lightbox Gallery
- Private Blog
- Spam Free WordPress
The publish.illinois.edu site has been upgraded to the most recent version of WordPress. Please send an email to email@example.com if you encounter any problems.
Information about what comes with the new version can be found on the WordPress site.
Greetings, publish.illinois.edu Community!
Thank you so much for your involvement so far with the publish.illinois.edu aka the P.I.E Project. As many of you are aware, this service is provided to you through the efforts of many different people around campus including the College of ACES, the College of Education, the College of Engineering, the College of Media, and CITES Academic Technology Services. We are pleased to announce that we are ready to do some major improvements to the publish.illinois.edu service in preparation for the service becoming available campus-wide.
We are in a “soft launch” mode. Early adopters willing to accept a level of risk and instability can potentially become part of the soft launch.
- Non-coursework micro-sites and blogs
- Sites willing to use publish.illinois.edu in their URL address