tl;dr Recent updates that improve security around the handling of downloadable products may cause unexpected errors in some environments. The details WooCommerce currently supports three different download methods for downloadable products: Force Downloads X-Accel-Redirect/X-Sendfile Redirect Only (Insecure) Each of these methods can fail for a number of different reasons. Up until recently, WooCommerce attempted to […]
The first beta for WooCommerce 5.6.0 is now available as part of the August release cycle. You can download directly from WordPress.org or through our WooCommerce Beta Tester Plugin. Highlights Added a new options to enable a lookup table to improve filtering by product attributes. A new “Refunds and Returns Policy” sample page will be […]
To enable more efficient and effective development of experimental features powered by the WordPress Gutenberg project, the support policy for WooCommerce Blocks is switching from L2 to L0. This effectively means that beginning with WooCommerce Blocks 5.6.0, the feature plugin will require the latest versions of WordPress and WooCommerce. Background For the past two years, […]
WooCommerce 5.5.2 is available now. This release resolves performance degradation issues and fixes several bugs identified in 5.5.0 and 5.5.1. These updates are unrelated to the recent security vulnerability that was solved by WooCommerce 5.5.1. Here’s what’s new: Solved: Non-performant query in 5.5.1 causing performance issues in admin pages. Solved: Search query not showing expected […]
About a year ago, we announced that we would be shifting to a monthly release cycle for WooCommerce core. As we mentioned in the past, this shift was part of a longer journey toward smaller, more frequent, and more stable releases, with fewer fix releases. As a general rule, our aim has been to publish […]
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