WordPress is now fixing issues that broke millions of WordPress websites with the previous major update WordPress v5.5. Well, WordPress 5.5.1 update marks an important maintenance update that will put an end to annoying issues being faced by WordPress blogs and site owners.
WordPress 5.5.1 fixes millions of broken websites
Last month, WordPress released a major v5.5 update that was supposed to improve the CMS performance with certain fixes and enhancements. But somehow, it turned out to be quite the opposite and. As a result, many bloggers and site owners started reporting problems with the number of plugins installed in their CMS, prominently Classic Editor, and Yoast.
What caused issues with WordPress 5.5 in the first place?
WordPress v5.5 update disabled a migration tool known as jquery-migrate which led to unexpected behaviors in some themes or plugins running the older code. The temporary workaround was to install the Enable jQuery Migrate Helper plugin.
“The plan is to remove this fallback code in two major versions, so this will be deleted in WordPress 5.7. This gives plugin and theme developers ample time to remove the conflicting code and switch to using wp.i18n,” WordPress further added.
WordPress 5.5.1 update deprecates the number of objects, as follows:
Well, the WordPress 5.5.1 update deprecates the number of objects, as follows:
WordPress is undoubtedly the world’s most popular content management system (CMS). According to one report, WordPress has more than 60 percent of the market share. In fact, WordPress also powers more than 33 percent of all the websites on the Internet.