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2.3.3 Release notes.


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Today we are releasing 2.3.3 of PageLines Framework.

Its a maintenance release, full changelog is available here http://api.pagelines.com/changelog

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I have just tried to upgrade my site www.bhesco.co.uk to version 2.3.3 and AGAIN this upgrade has made the theme pagelines to be deleted from my host. In the process of upgrading the dashboard returns the message:

error theme not updated as unable to delete the old theme (or words to this effect)

then when trying to access the site i got just a blank page. As I went through this 2 weeks ago - I immediately went to check the wp-content/themes folder on my host to discover that all the files had been deleted.

I have now reloaded the pagelines framework via filezilla and everything back to where it was - however now I still get the message that I should update to pagelines 2.3.3... what is the solution to this?

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Having a search through the dashboard I have found that the widget and menu pages have stopped working properly... please help

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Can you please describe the issue further? What is happening when you try to use these settings?

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I just went to update and all I can see now is down for scheduled maintenance and can't get back into the site at all. HELP!!!! What is happening?

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Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance. Check back in a minute.

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jurnei If you have an issue please open a new support topic.

But for reference, WordPress updates the framework using the WordPress updates system. Maybe your host does not support WordPress self updates.

Look for a file in the blog folder called . maintenance and delete it.

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