Last week, we upgraded the WordPress software that runs the sites.dartmouth.edu environment at Dartmouth College.
WordPress 4.8.3 includes important security updates for the WordPress 4.8 "Evans" release that came out in out in June. We updated many of our themes and plugins, and added these two new plugins based on requests from users:
Disable Comments - allows you to disable all comments on a site in one step. For newer sites, comments are off by default, but for older sites, it is a chore to get rid of comments.
TinyMCE Advanced - adds additional editing functionality with an expanded toolbar. This adds support for tables, font types, font sizes - but just because you can do those now doesn't mean you have to!
We recently added three new themes to the Dartmouth WordPress environment:
This new core WordPress theme is visually oriented, responsive, accessible. It is possible to have a video on the header. There is also a social media menu.
This provides a look just like the standard Dartmouth departmental websites. Common Dartmouth links are available in the header and the footer. A special social media toolbar can be set up in the banner area. It is also possible to insert special iframe codes, such as calendars, Google docs, videos, etc.
A visually appealing theme that is responsive and friendly to large images.
We have just upgraded the WordPress software that runs the sites.dartmouth.edu environment at Dartmouth College.
WordPress 4.7.2 includes important security updates for the WordPress 4.7 that came out in December. In particular, there are administrative improvements for menus and PDF media, along with custom CSS for themes.
We have just upgraded the WordPress software that runs the sites.dartmouth.edu environment at Dartmouth College. WordPress 4.6.1 includes important security updates along with new features and enhancements that were introduced in version 4.6 in August.