After upgrade “success” 2.6.3 to 2.7.1 /wp-admin/post.php = http 403 error
Spent the six hours overnight to upgrade 2.6.3 to 2.7.1
Several bugs –
I can post a new post, but trying to edit an old post results in an error from wp-admin/post.php
You don’t have permission to access /blogname/wp-admin/post.php on this server.
Apache/1.3.27 Server at www.domainname.com Port 80
File and folder permissions are the same as all my other working blogs (none of which are 2.7.1 and are a mix of 2.6.3 and 2.7.0)
I’m not sure if this is coming from WP or from the server, or is related to cookie sessions or something else.
In 2.7.1, there is a bad oversight in the wp-settings.php in-file help texts –
It mentions that the DEFAULT secret word from wp-config.php has to be inserted. There is no DEFAULT secret word – so which one of the four secret words has to be used? Please post a help note in the codex and fix this before 2.7.2
Turbo does not work with Windows 2000 (our LAN web-connect server is also my admin workstation, so please – no suggestions to upgrade it unless one of you feels like coming to upgrade the whole network (and pay for it)). The entire wp-admin side is slower than a slug on prozac – it was bad enough in 2.6.3 but this is terrible – in short it is bluddy awful to try doing anything, and I’m now looking at having to do a roll-back to 2.6.3.
Click, then go out for a meal, and come back and maybe the page has loaded = lose the Java and Flash and offer a version that runs like pre-2.5 for speed, after all, it’s why we use WP.
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