WordPress 3.1.1

If you have already updated to WordPress 3.1 now it's time for you to do it to WordPress 3.1.1 an essential security update (and more):

  • Improves security in loading images [19659003] Improvements in performance
  • Improve the support of IIS6
  • Fix the links of taxonomies and PATHINFO (/index.php/)
  • Solve several extreme cases in which queries and taxonomies could cause compatibility problems with plugins [19659007] You know, updates .

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WordPress 3.0 will require IIS • WordPress Help

In view of the problems, rather doubts, about the future of MySQL as free database manager and Open Source before the purchase by Oracle something that is not entirely clear, coupled with the problems in the development of Apache and to ensure the survival of WordPress, the development team has made the decision that in version 3.0 of WordPress all the "core" code will be rewritten so that it relies on Microsoft IIS and abandons Apache in front of IsapiRewrite .

Although currently the installation on IIS servers is not trivial, there is plenty of documentation in Codex and, in fact, the only thing that will affect us is that we will have to migrate our WordPress installations from Linux servers to Windows servers, in order to install IIS .

Regarding to the IsapiRewrite configuration, this would be a typical example of the necessary rewrite rules:

You see, deep down It's so complicated, although it bothers me enough to have It is necessary to migrate to Windows servers, always more expensive.

More information in the project site open for the purpose .

NOTICE : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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Microsoft Web Apps includes WordPress • WordPress Help

The Microsoft web platform in which it offers the installation of an online application package that makes life easier for users, all under the umbrella of the giant Redmon.

It's not uncommon that includes WordPress as one of the standard applications, but weirdly is that includes PHP, the hard-fought Open Source competitor of ASP.NET . Also, it does not include MySQL, so I do not know what they will include, perhaps SQL Server Express and IIS . I have not tried it yet because I do not use Windows and the installer is only for this system operative and requires. NET so I can not either share if offer a modified version of WordPress that is compatible with these platforms.

Curious about Microsoft's current strategy that it seems that it has decided to make war on Google, although this movement is little understood, or me at least I can not understand how they promote the use of products that are competitors of their own.