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Daniel_R says


Just enable them here: http://grab.by/9d2h By default they are now turned off to save clutter.
:) oops sry daniel

no worries phoenix…. :)

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Parallelus says


I somewhat agree with wizylabs. If you don’t have a specific reason to upgrade to 3.1, such as a feature it offers that you absolutely MUST have, I wouldn’t bother. Most of the updates were targeted at developers, not end users. The benefit is minimal (if any) for existing themes

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Just say NO to 3.1

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thanks Parallelus for your details…..

but I will have in some way to disable the notification so my clients wont make the mistake to upgrade

That’s another thing about WordPress that annoys me. Any decent CMS will put the control in the developers hands, not the user. They should get rid of that notification or make it option to enable/disable and from a code level like the .config file. Might be a plugin for this. If not you can target it with CSS

.update-nag { display: none; }
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Gareth_Gillman says

Use this plugin to disable the update notification – Far easier than updating all the themes individually

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Daniel_R says

thank you Parallelus and Gareth!! this info is valuable!!

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