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An update is a source code that is applied on top of the existing software or program with an aim to fix security vulnerabilities, bugs and improve usability.

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I'm assuming that you are using twenty ten, if so when updating WordPress you update twenty ten them and that means that all changes made to the theme files will be lost, and that is why you should us …
answered Apr 12 '11 by Bainternet
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You can create a content_filter that will update on the fly meaning that you don't have to update all previous pictures and it will be the default so you don't have to worry about your authors. someth …
answered Apr 15 '11 by Bainternet
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Yep Its possible if you hook a function to site_transient_update_plugins filter hook and check if plugin is activated using is_plugin_active like this: add_filter('site_transient_update_plugins', 're …
answered Dec 24 '12 by Bainternet
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I know that when i disable the WordPress updates its mainly to allow me to first test the updates and then go and update in my clients sites instead of them just clicking links around and usually messing things up. …
answered May 8 '12 by Bainternet
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you got the first part right about using personal_options_update but to be on the safe side add edit_user_profile_update also. and as for sending emails within WordPress the best way would be to use w …
answered Mar 16 '11 by Bainternet
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you can use pre_post_update action hook like so: add_action('pre_post_update','post_updating_callback'); function post_updating_callback($post_id){ global $post; // verify if this is an auto …
answered Jun 1 '11 by Bainternet