… and run a very real risk of being hacked? You should always keep WordPress up to date. Your current problems are specific to your site and/or server.
To fix the issue, you will need to disable mod_pagespeed, or adjust its settings to not take effect in the wp-admin directories. You may need to ask your hosting service for help on how to do this.
I’ve updated always the same way in the same site and/or server without any problem. I’ve read others users having problems with this update, also in the backend. We can asume there might be an issue with this…
So, based on my experience, my advice is to update using the next release, avoiding 3.5.2. (It’s normal to find issues. It’s not a problem assuming the fail..)
I’m not sure you understood. Millions of people are using WordPress 3.5.2 successfully. Very few have your problems. so the cause is within your site – not WordPress.
If the updating procedure is followed based on wordpress.org guidelines and you find an issue…
Well, ok, I didn’t wanted to despise the work the developers have made in this. Lots of software are being releasing every day and all of them have issues. I guess I won’t get these issues with the next release,…, in the same server/site.
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