Upgrading WordPress

You know, that’s the thing I like about WordPress. Upgrading is easy. Okay, sometimes it may be time-consuming when you’re making backups and copying files, but there’s not much in the way of complexity or instructions that are difficult to follow. It’s just “make a backup”, “copy these files”, “run this”, and you’re sorted. Thanks again, Wordpress.

4 Responses to “Upgrading WordPress”

  1. Lee responds:

    The process was easy, I knew it would be so did it in a bit of a rush (which is my fault) and everything seemed to go swimmingly.

    The I noticed each post on my homepage is duplicated. Anyone have any idea’s for a quick fix??

  2. Mike Cherim responds:

    @Lee: One index file, one file called home.php perhaps?

  3. Mike Cherim responds:

    I wish I could upgrade to 2.1. I don’t have the right MySQL DB though :-(

  4. JackP responds:

    I’d agree with Mike - the detailed upgrade notes give you a list of files to delete too as some have been renamed, so that might be where to look…

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