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The WordPress dev team yesterday released WordPress 3.2.1 – a maintenance release designed to fix a server incompatibility issue related to JSON* as well as other fixes for the new dashboard design and the Twenty Eleven theme. This comes a week after the much awaited WordPress 3.2 was released.

Changelog:

  • Twenty Eleven: Prefix theme_options_render_page(). props chipbennett, see …
  • Fix expanding the admin menu in RTL mode when no JS and collapsing it when …
  • Check for WP_Error return values when using get_term_field() to set up nav …
  • A few more pixels of padding for the admin content area. props …
  • Twenty Eleven: Don’t call comments_popup_link() if …
  • Fix RTL admin menu collapsing margin. props rosshanney, see #18029 for …
  • Twenty Eleven: Update screenshot, use png. props iandstewart, fixes #18054 …
  • Browse Happy dashboard box title should be white. props AndrewFrazier, …
  • Shears.
  • Restore page-template-default body class. props peterwilsoncc, fixes …
  • Twenty Eleven: Update editor style for blockquotes and images. props …
  • Twenty Eleven: Fix search form width in IE7. props iandstewart, fixes …
  • Use browser default sans-serif instead of Arial or Helvetica. Props …
  • Restore compat for json_decode and json_encode. fixes #18015 for 3.2.
  • Fix typo in 2011, props AndrewFrazier, fixes #17989 for 3.2
  • Update the version in the 3.2 branch to alpha status.
  • Fix DFW resizing after reaching the sanity check width, props merty, fixes …

Download WordPress 3.2.1 from WordPress.org and update manually or you can do it the via the WordPress admin panel — Dashboard > Updates. Be sure to backup your WordPress database and deactivate all active plugins before performing the upgrade.

*JSON (an acronym for JavaScript Object Notation pronounced /ˈdʒeɪsən/) is a lightweight text-based open standard designed for human-readable data interchange

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