Earlier today, we released Jetpack 2.0.3. Within an hour, we received reports that Jetpack couldn’t be activated after upgrading. We found a conflict between WordPress and Jetpack, which we’ve fixed in Jetpack 2.0.4. This latest update is available now in your WordPress dashboard or here at jetpack.me.
This release continues to refine Jetpack’s handling of images in Photon (our image accelerator) and enhances theme and plugin compatibility with Infinite Scroll.
Jetpack’s Custom CSS Editor also gets a major overhaul for this release. The editing experience is now more streamlined and supports Sass and LESS as alternatives to traditional CSS. Write your site’s styles in your preferred language, and Jetpack handles the rest.
Those are the highlights, but this release also fixes many other issues you reported. For a complete list of changes, see the official Jetpack Changelog.
The update will be available in your WordPress dashboard shortly. Alternatively, you can always download the latest version of Jetpack here at jetpack.me.
Remember these fixes are made possible by bug reports submitted by you (thanks!), so please contact support or post in the support forum if you need help.
Earlier today, we released Jetpack 2.0.1. Within a few hours, we received a few reports of a fatal error in the release. We tracked the error down to an erroneous short PHP open tag, which some users’ servers don’t support. Jetpack 2.0.2, which is available now, corrects this error, but otherwise contains no changes from today’s earlier release.
Today we released Jetpack 2.0.1 to correct various issues with Photon, Publicize, and Infinite Scroll. What did we fix?
- Avoid distorting images that don’t have explicit width and height set, or that only have one dimension specified.
- When images are linked to their full-size versions, also serve the full-size versions from the WordPress.com CDN.
- If an image is already processed with Photon, don’t reprocess it.
- Add support for the Lazy Load plugin.
- Unbreak smilies.
- If a site has custom shortlink settings, use those rather than always using wp.me.
- Disable the Publicize interface for any posts already publicized to reduce confusion.
- Link to connected LinkedIn profiles on the connections screen.
- Improve error handling.
- Child themes now support Infinite Scroll if the parent theme does.
- Archives now properly load only posts that would be shown if Infinite Scroll wasn’t present.
- Link to support documentation within the module when the active theme doesn’t support Infinite Scroll.
Those are the highlights, but we also fixed dozens of other issues reported by our users. For a complete list of changes, see the official Jetpack Changelog.
The update will be available in your WordPress dashboard shortly; alternatively, you can always download the latest version of Jetpack here at jetpack.me as well.
Remember to contact support or post in the support forum if you need help. These fixes are made possible by bug reports submitted by you and other users. Thanks for the help.