Developers may take time to release an updated theme, in which case you will need to wait for that to happen.
First update the theme and then proceed to the next step.
These steps are very important and I strongly advise you perform these steps.
Before getting started, it is best to check the current minimum requirements page first to make sure that your web host has the required versions of PHP and My SQL.
Of course, if you are working with Upfront, you don’t need to worry about losing your customizations when updating. In this post, we’ll look at a few different methods, from automatically upgrading to ensuring a customized theme isn’t unintentionally over-written.
Upfront automatically stores them in your site’s database to protect your work. Note: If you’re still having trouble upgrading your theme after reading this post, let us help!
With any system update, however, problems and compatibility issues may arise, and these can be a real headache to fix.
If you want to avoid any problems relating to updating Word Press, read on.
Today, I outline some best practices for before and after a Word Press update.
Current requirements to run Word Press on a web host are: Themes: Double check with your theme’s developer and make sure that your theme is compatible with new version of Word Press.
Some themes create problems after updating to latest version and therefore it is essential to check first, before updating.
About half are employees of Automattic, the company behind Word Press.com, and many work in the web security field.