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Storefront 2.3.2 release notes — May 30, 2018

Storefront 2.3.2 release notes

Storefront 2.3.2 has been tagged for release and uploaded to WordPress.org.

Here’s what’s changed pulled directly from the changelog:

* Tweak - Replaced `wp_kses_data()` with `wp_kses_post()` on price outputs in the Mini-Cart and Sticky Add-To-Cart.
* Tweak - Added support for `tel` type fields in forms.
* Tweak - Replaced legacy homepage shortcodes with the new `[products]` shortcode.
* Fix - WooCommerce Memberships mobile table styling.
* Fix - Moved margin from `.woocommerce-breadcrumb` to the new `.storefront-breadcrumb` wrapper.
* Fix - Fixed alignment of mobile menu toggle.
* Fix - Removed H1 from logo when the Homepage is not the Blog page.
* Dev - Removed legacy Sass mixins.

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

As usual, if you spot any other issues, please log them in detail on Github.

WooCommerce 3.4.1 fix release notes — May 29, 2018

WooCommerce 3.4.1 fix release notes

WooCommerce 3.4.1 is available. ~61 commits made it into this release and the full changelog is below.

* Fix - Fix webhook admin filtering URLs. #20236
* Fix - Add missing wp_unslash calls to product data meta box to prevent quote characters being escaped on save. #20235
* Fix - Display price filter widget in LTR mode on RTL sites. #20221
* Fix - Refactor WC_Coupon constructor to allow for passing in coupon objects. #20193
* Fix - Path field in advanced CSV importer was broken due to an esc_url call. #20191
* Fix - Prevent shipping method instances trying to save settings on non-instance screens. #20217
* Fix - Wrapper function to get full mysql version string with mariadb handling. #20231
* Fix - woocommerce_pagination had some extra white space. #20214
* Fix - If a file size cannot be read, ignore range headers to prevent offsite downloads being 0kb. #20205
* Fix - Allow HTML when using `wc_attribute_label()`. #20202
* Fix - Update address-i18n.js to prevent appending multiple "(optional)" labels. #20195
* Fix - Check plugin properties exist when listening to auto_update_plugin hook. #20234
* Fix - Add extra checks in `get_canonical_package_rate_ids` to prevent notices. #20237
* Fix - Fix infinite loop with importing tax rates. #20253
* Fix - Echo attribute label for "empty" default option. #20256
* Fix - Fix download sample tax rates URL format. #20272
* Fix - Product properties should not be accessed directly PHP notice when calling `wc_get_product_attachment_props`. #20282
* Fix - If flexslider is disabled, gallery images also need to trigger photoswipe on click. #20290
* Fix - Product import file uploads on windows servers. #20273
* Fix - Fix variation attribute selection via the cart page/query string. #20293
* Fix - Add greater specificity to required styling in 2017 theme. #20296
* Enhancement - Export legacy paypal meta data in personal data exporter. #20200
* Enhancement - Improve performance of `wc_update_340_states` update routine to help prevent timeouts. #20241
* Dev - Remove red styling for PHP notice if using > 5.6. #20294
* Dev - Add an action hook after printing the cart item name. #20190
* Localization - Use "payment tokens" terminology in exports. #20197

 

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.

WooCommerce 3.4 is here — May 23, 2018

WooCommerce 3.4 is here

Today we’re excited to release WooCommerce 3.4 into the wild! 3.4 has been in development since January, and has had over 2140 commits from 80 contributors.

3.4 is a “minor” release; this version should be backwards compatible with sites running versions of WooCommerce greater than 3.0. We do of course recommend ensuring your extensions and themes are compatible before upgrading, and making backups for peace of mind–see this handy guide for more details.

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Storefront 2.3.1 release notes — May 10, 2018

Storefront 2.3.1 release notes

Storefront 2.3.1 has been tagged for release and uploaded to WordPress.org.

Here’s what’s changed pulled directly from the changelog:

* Feature - Add support for GDPR features soon to be introduced in WordPress 4.9.6.
* Tweak - Removed inline CSS cache; WordPress autoloads options by default, there's no advantage to caching the CSS.
* Fix - Made changes to `icons.scss` to address an issue where Font Awesome icons were not being displayed correctly on some sites.
* Fix - Apply clearfix to `.col-full` globally.

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

As usual, if you spot any other issues, please log them in detail on Github.

WooCommerce 3.4 RC1 — May 9, 2018