WooCommerce 3.5.1 is now available. This release patches the highest priority bugs introduced in the WC 3.5.0 release and updates WooCommerce to work nicely with WordPress 5.0.

Important: If you will be using WordPress 5.0, you should also be using WooCommerce 3.5.1+. WordPress 5.0 changed the name of a filter used to force the classic editor on the Edit Product screens, and this release updates WooCommerce to use the latest filter. You can read more about this change here.

~67 commits made it into this release and the full changelog is below.

* Fix - Use CRUD method to get product images to fix custom tables missing images. #21608
* Fix - Use HTML entity for times sign when outputting dimensions to fix RTL support. #21633
* Fix - Fix India address format to look nice in the shipping calculator. #21647
* Fix - Don't default gallery variation images to gallery thumbnail size if flexslider is disabled. #21655
* Fix - Revert show shipping behavior change to prevent missing shipping line on Cart page. #21658
* Fix - Removed non-existing WC_Product_Simple->set_date_created_gmt method. #21675
* Fix - Use correct comment_type when fetching recent reviews for widget. #21689
* Fix - Do not include strong tags as part of translation string on subscriptions disconnect message. #21690
* Fix - Make it possible to send webhooks with the v3 API. #21745
* Fix - Fix get_cart_from_session infinite loop when filters used. #21749
* Fix - Use array instead of string to define class for address line 2 input on checkout. #21757
* Fix - Make checkout fields priority work correctly again. #21763
* Tweak - Remove mentions of deprecated live shipping rates from setup wizard. #21645
* Tweak- Update product block editor hook for WP 5.0. #21703
* Tweak - Merged similar strings to reduce number of translatable strings. #21704
* Tweak - Remove hated "Over to you" text from emails. #21709
* Tweak - Revert problematic customer as post author change. #21740

Download the latest release of WooCommerce here or venture over to Dashboard → Updates to update your plugins from WordPress.

As usual, if you spot any other issues in WooCommerce core please log them in detail on Github, and to disclose a security issue to our team, please submit a report via HackerOne here. Comments on this post are closed.