Delete all the wordpress files in the same directory as http://mobilemick.com/Journal/wp-rss2.php EXCEPT wp-config.php
Upload the new ones
where did this come from?
What changed from x.1.2 to x.1.3?
The OP has 1.5 installed which is why I advise the replacement of all the files.
hehe forgot to refresh
For files changed between 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 see this changelog.
If you are upgrading from a version of WordPress older than 220.127.116.11, more files will need to be replaced. podz’ instructions above are good ones (as always
What worries me about these constant upgrades is what they break in terms of plug-ins. I have quite a few installed and it would be nice if an official list of plug-ins that have been tested prior to release of the upgrade could be supplied along with the upgrade announcement.
It’s a security release and WP has well in excess of 300 plugins.
Protect all the wp blogs or test against plugins ? Not really a contest is it ?
I very much doubt this will break anything but if it does, contact the plugin author and politely let them know.
so if i have now 18.104.22.168 it’s enough if i delete:
upload the new from 22.214.171.124 package and run upgrade.php?
There’s no need to run upgrade.php, as there are no changes to the database structure.
Quick question – I’ve backed everything up, disabled the plugins, run /upgrade.php and got this message:
There’s actually only one step. So if you see this, you’re done. Have fun!
But when I go to the dashboard, it says I’m still using 126.96.36.199
How can I tell if the upgrade has worked?
Did you delete all the old code and re-upload new ?
The second post in this thread ?
No, just followed the directions in the codex (http://codex.wordpress.org/Upgrading_WordPress#Upgrade) which didn’t mention anything about deleting any files. So do I have to go back and download 1.3 and then pick which files I need to upload?
That codex page was put under review earlier … needs a banner or something.
Download from the link at the top
Then follow the second post from the top in this thread.
You have 188.8.131.52 and some changes were made to 184.108.40.206 and now w have the next version.
If your WP install is pretty standard and you’ve not hacked it, rather than dig through to find lines of code here and there, it’s better to follow what I wrote above.
If you DO have a hacked install, use the changelogs.
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