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Upgrading security.

  • There are some security updates recommended for WordPress blogs, which I’ve not done yet as I am unclear.

    I have several blogs on one server ie., one main domain name and sub domains. I guess I don’t have to upgrade every blog individually. So do I just upgrade the folders in my first or main blog domain ie., my root files and folders?

    Not sure where to send these updated security patches. Where do I place them?

    Thanks

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  • I’m a bit lost here. Are these security patches that you’ve created or are you just trying to upgrade your own blogs?

    I’m thinkiing that you’re discussing the second one there. You may want to review the codex article on upgrading.

    Upgrading_WordPress

    Hope this helps,
    -drmike

    Hi drmike,

    Many thanks for your reply,

    Just upgrading to WP 2.1.2 for example.

    I’ve previously read the upgrade info and digested it. However, it appears to give an example of upgrading for just one blog, if I read it correctly. Whereas I have several blogs on one server. I do not want to have to upgrade each one individually as I think this is impractical. I guess there must be a way to do this do this upgrade without having to do each and every blog. Am I correct in assuming this is the case?

    If so, do I just do the upgrade for my main blog in the root domain?

    Anyone?

    I have several blogs on the same server, I always upgrade each one individually.

    Thank you for the reply.

    I know some people have many blogs, it must be a real hassle to upgrade each one.

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