Jetpack 2.2.5

Dear Jetpack Community,

Today we released Jetpack 2.2.5. This is a minor release with a few small bug fixes:

  • Stats enhancement: counting of registered users’ views can now be enabled for specific roles
  • Security tightening for metadata support in the REST API
  • Minor update to the Twitter Timeline widget for future compatibility
  • Custom CSS: prevent a possible PHP warning, and allow the content width setting to be larger than the theme’s content width

You should update immediately via the one-click update prompt in your dashboard.

You can read the full changelog here. As always, please get in touch with us if you run into an issue. We’d be very happy to help!

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17 Responses to Jetpack 2.2.5

  1. aheneghana says:

    Hi, Will install the x No update in a week. Will there be any more updates ?

    • Joey Kudish says:

      We try to keep updates at a minimum, but when there are important bug fixes, we like to get those out out as soon as possible.

      We don’t anticipate anymore updates until the next major version, but if we get bug reports, we will always fix them and release them in a timely manner.

  2. Lew Patton says:

    The last update knocked my blog completely off Bluehost. I’m a little leary of trusting this again.

    • Joey Kudish says:

      The Jetpack update shouldn’t affect your site, or knock your blog off. Can you get in touch with us at the above link with some details so that we can help you out?

  3. Wudman says:

    This 2.2.x release pattern is a PITA, especially for site developers. I have clients ejecting JetPack or it just costs me time to update that isn’t compensated for.

    • Joey Kudish says:

      As I mentioned above. We try to keep updates at a minimum and we of course realize that frequent updates can be frustrating. That being said, when there are important bug fixes, we like to get those out out as soon as possible so that users are not affected by them.

      We don’t anticipate anymore updates until the next major version, but if we get bug reports, we will always fix them and release them in a timely manner.

  4. Lew Patton says:

    I am just telling you what the support folks said to me as i had to get my blog fixed. It’
    s fixed now, so I don’t need any additional help at this time, but thanks.

  5. Well, make sure you load the JetPack settings page before you claim your site as “broken”. I had the same problem with my multisite install w/ domain mapping. You need to load the JetPack page on each site and it should run normally. This should be fixed however. Thanks for the great tool though!

  6. Yay!!! Thanks so much. This completely resolved the issues I was having. Thanks!!!!

  7. Keita says:

    I’d really like to see App.Net sharing settings in the Publicize section, or at least some way to do custom web-hooks for publication.

  8. Pattie Lee says:

    I’m helping my friend with her wordpress site and she updated jetpack and it completely caused a 500 error. Once I went in via FTP and removed the plug-in she was back up and running. She loves JetPack and I’d like to help her get it back. What can I do to find out what caused this error?

  9. Dave Z says:

    This update breaks the [jetpack_subscription_form] shortcode. Help, please! Pretty please? :)

  10. jtolbert2000 says:

    I’m trying to figure out how to disable image links in the tiled galleries. For whatever reason my gallery images are linking to the wrong place, and we don’t really want the images to link anyway. How can I disable linking?

    • Richard says:

      Hi! First, I wanted to make sure that you were aware that by removing the links, you won’t be able to use the Jetpack Carousel feature to display the images full-screen. As for why the images are linking to the wrong place, we’d have to have a look at your site to help you troubleshoot this, so please feel free to contact us on our support form and don’t forget to include a link to your site. Lastly, to remove the links on a WordPress gallery you would normally need to use the post_gallery filter, which allows you to change the way the gallery is displayed. This is exactly what the Tiled Galleries module does, however, so you won’t be able to remove the links without modifying Jetpack’s files themselves. Keep in mind that any changes you make to the plugin files will be overwritten the next time you update the plugin.

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