This week we’ve upgraded WordPress to version 5.4 “Adderley” which includes many improvements to the “Gutenberg” block editor. You can read more about it in this release announcement.
- Drupal 8.8.5
- Drupal views_data_export 8.x-1.0-beta4
- Drupal dropzonejs 8.x-2.1
- Drupal simple_sitemap 8.x-3.6
- WordPress 5.4
- WordPress foogallery plugin 1.9.11
- WordPress instagram-feed plugin 2.3.1
- WordPress jetpack plugin 8.4.1
- WordPress members plugin 3.0.2
- WordPress ml-slider plugin 3.16.1 and 3.16.2
- WordPress nextgen-gallery plugin 3.3.5
- WordPress wp-custom-fields-search plugin 1 .2.28
- WordPress hemingway theme 2.0.0
Fixes and Tweaks
- Thanks to our colleagues in Infrastructure Services, the ITS System Status widget now includes the status of Panopto, Zoom, Slack, and Canvas.
- The Centennial Journal now shows which filters are active and clicking on tag links now activates a filter, rather than taking you to the tag page. A message is displayed if no results are available.
- Updated configuration on the undergraduate College and Library sites to ensure that images in galleries are lazy-loaded on the page, rather than all being loaded on the initial page view.
- Fixed an issue from last week’s update of the WordPress twentytwelve theme that wrote over a patch that added co-authors support to the theme.
- Added support to the Institute’s Center for the Blue Economy site to embed Facebook posts in support of an upcoming online event.
- Corrected editing permissions in the undergraduate College site to ensure that they apply to all content types.
- Resolved an issue with the Homepage and Top Level content types in non-Institute Drupal 8 sites where the published version of components was displayed when viewing drafts, rather than the draft version.
- Added a “Back to Top” button to non-Institute Drupal 8 sites.