Upgraded WordPress Posted on 2008-09-14 by Michael | tagged PigPog, upgrade, WordPress, wpau | 2 Comments | I just upgraded our installation of WordPress here to the latest version, using the WordPress Automatic Upgrade plugin. All seemed to go pretty smoothly. I just upgraded our installation of WordPress here to the latest version, using the WordPress Automatic Upgrade plugin. All seemed to go pretty smoothly. Post navigation ← Photoshelter Collection Closing Lamy Links and Others → 2 thoughts on “Upgraded WordPress” O boy, o boy. Nothing went smoothly. You’ve had such nice collection of articles and now everything got riped away. I’ve just tried to check something from my bookmarks and they’re all gone http://pigpog.com/node/1030 http://pigpog.com/node/1700 Even searching for example for nowMap in curent links gives: http://pigpog.com/2006/03/20/nowmap:-introduction/ and this one doesn’t work too Please fix those – I’m maybe not frequent visitor but those were some inspiration for me Greetings Yatsek PS. Thx for great work None of that is anything to do with upgrading WordPress – we lost a lot of URLs when we moved to WordPress a few months ago. Node 1030 was the PigPogPDA – that link still works, and redirects to the new URL for that article. Unfortunately, the migration script I used to get the content over to WordPress did break any articles with special characters in the titles – the colons in most of the nowMap articles caused problems. I think I’ve fixed all the nowMap articles now, though the images are still missing. Node 1700 – the nowMap Introduction article – is now here Comments are closed.