16th February 2023
- Fixed typo in MPFT_Video class that was causing an incompatibility issue with PHP 8.
Fixed a couple of issues that were introduced by WordPress 5.6
Made some changes to how the plugin checks for updates that make it more reliable.
There was an issue when using MasterPress with MariaDB, this has been resolved in this update.
Removed deprecation warnings & notices caused by PHP 7.3 incompatibilities.
Made some changes to remove reported false positives from the jQuery migrate helper plugin
replaced .load with a .on
Fixed JS compatibility with WP 5.5.
We have optimised the updater to take some load off of our server.
The addition of the mp-the and mp-site shortcodes – Documentation.
Update notices should be more consistent now
Now compatible with PHP 7.4.
Next update: PHP 7.3 compatibility
IMPORTANT FIX: Added auto-correction of data associated with split taxonomy terms in WordPress 4.2. This detection will amend both custom field data (metadata) for any affected terms, but will also amend custom field data for any other objects which use a “related term” field to point to these affected terms.
Added Tools tab the Masterplan main menu section to allow later migration of split term data in the scenario where MasterPress was not updated to version 1.1.1 before a term had been split under WordPress 4.2.
Added WOOF_Image::to, WOOF_Image::jpeg, WOOF_Image::jpg, WOOF_Image::png, WOOF_Image::gif methods to allow on-the-fly conversion of images to another format.
One more beta release before the final 1.0.1…
This is the first public release of MasterPress, the premium content management plugin for WordPress.
For more information head to the announcement post on the MasterPress website
MasterPress 1.3.8 is a bugfix release. Fixed a bug where MB, KB, and GB were being converted to bytes incorrectly via WOOF file functions. Fixed a bug where transparent images were losing their transparency on resize.
MasterPress requires a minimum of WordPress version 4.9, MySQL 5.6, and PHP version 5.6.20.
We also recommend that PHP is configured to use a memory limit of 64MB per request (128MB may be required for sites with higher complexity).
This plug-in is not compatible with the WordPress.com hosted service.
Copyright 2023 © Three AM All rights reserved.