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Using Framework 2.4.4, safe to upgrade to Wordpress 3.7?

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Using Framework 2.4.4, safe to upgrade to Wordpress 3.7?

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its ALWAYS advised to run the very latest WordPress.

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Thanks Simon, Understood. But I was more curious if the developers looked at the update and concluded there's no issues to expect.

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There isnt, it works exactly as it did before.

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Totally cocked my site up… don't do it

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Totally cocked my site up… don't do it.

If you have a specific problem you can start a new thread. Framework was tested with 3.7.

I always test the code with the very latest WordPress being a WordPress core committer.

 

Apologies to lakersalex for the thread intrusion.

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No intrusion, he asked was it safe ? or are we not allowed to comment ?

 

Mine didn't work and i said so.  How can that be intrusive???. 

 

I've now binned some plug ins to get mine looking better, my items on my pages were all over the place !

 

Sorry i spoke !!!! 

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Its intrusive as you didnt contribute to the post, you just said it cocked up your site also the OP will get an email notification when there is a new reply to this post.

 

Unless the OP is running on the same hosting, has same version of PHP and has the exact same plugins as you he isn't going to get the same result is he?

 

So it was a 3rd party plugin at fault then?

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