WordPress 4.7 has been released a few moments ago, and includes a brand new default theme, starter content support, video headers, custom CSS, menu management improvements, content endpoints for the REST API, and much more.
WordPress 4.6 has been released a few days ago and includes better plugin and theme updates, native fonts for the admin area, visual editor improvements, better Multisite performance, resource hints and much more.
WordPress 4.5 has been released. This update features an improved “insert link” workflow, more formatting shortcuts, mobile previews in the Customizer, custom logos support for some themes and more. Below is a video demonstrating some of these new features.
The WordPress core team has released version 4.2.2 a few hours ago. This is a security and maintenance release which fixes 17 bugs and two security issues.
We started testing the HTTP/2 module a while ago and made it available to some customers on demand. During the past couple of days, we’ve deployed Nginx 1.9.9 with HTTP/2 support to all our customer web nodes.
WordPress 4.4.1 has been released a few hours ago. This is a maintenance and security release which addresses a little over 50 bugs, including an XSS vulnerability in the core software.
WordPress 4.4 has been released, featuring a brand new default theme, responsive images, WordPress embeds, the REST API architecture, term meta and a lot more.
WordPress 4.3 has been released and features menu management in the Customizer, favicons, formatting shortcuts, stronger passwords and a bunch of smaller fixes and enhancements.
The WordPress Core Team has released version 4.2.4, which is a security and maintenance update. All WordPress users are encouraged to upgrade immediately.
We have recently finished upgrading all our user and service nodes to the latest Debian Linux operating system. This brings many bug fixes and performance improvements across the board, but we wanted to highlight a couple of things that relate to WordPress.