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WordPress 4.6 Beta 2 is now available!
This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version. To test WordPress 4.6, try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (you’ll want “bleeding edge nightlies”). Or you can download the beta here (zip).
Notable changes since WordPress 4.6 Beta 1:
Meta: The fallback authentication for the previous registration method has been restored. Also, retrieving registered metadata now works and non-core object types are no longer forcibly blocked. See #35658.
REST API: The order of setting sanitization and validation has been reversed; validation now occurs prior to sanitization. Previously, the sanitization callback ran before the validation callback. See #37192.
Customize: The order of setting sanitization and validation has been reversed; validation now occurs prior to sanitization. See #37247.
HTTP API: WP_Http::request() returns an array again. See #37097.
Various bug fixes. We’ve made just over 50 changes in the last week.
For more of what’s new in version 4.6, check out the Beta 1 blog post.
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If you think you’ve found a bug, you can post to the Alpha/Beta area in the support forums. Or, if you’re comfortable writing a bug report, file one on the WordPress Trac. There, you can also find a list of known bugs and everything we’ve fixed.
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The latest stable release of WordPress (Version 4.7.1) is available in two formats from the links to your right. If you have no idea what to do with this download, we recommend signing up with one of our web hosting partners that offers a one-click install of WordPress or getting a free account on WordPress.com.
Howdy! Your site at http://themillennialmirror.com/ has been updated automatically to WordPress 4.7.1.
No further action is needed on your part. For more on version 4.7.1, see the About WordPress screen:
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January 11, 2017 – WordPress 4.7.1 Security and Maintenance Release
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2 quick ways to disable WordPress Auto-update feature
This is simplest and best method to gain some extra control over the updates on your installation. You can get the Updates Option plugin which is developed by George Stephanis and Chip Bennett from WordPress plugin repository[official link] . You can access the settings of updates from Settings->General.
This plugin is best for those who don’t want to touch the code and need to be done quick.
Update Plugin gives all the options of the “Automatic Updates” in simple drop box menu. If you don’t want to mess with option and just want to disable the automatic updates then you can simply opt for “NO” option at Automatic Updates Enabled?. This plugin not only offers automatic WordPress core files updates control, it also supports the update control over the plugin and themes updates!
Method 2:- Configuring wp-config file
This a little advanced when compared to the above mentioned method
If you want to disable all the WordPress updates including the minor and major core updates then add this code as it is in the wp-config.php