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Mar. 16th, 2015 12:27 am
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[staff profile] denise posting in [site community profile] dw_maintenance
Tonight's code push is now complete! As always, please report any issues here.

(We're particularly interested in issues with HTTPS browsing; we're getting closer to ironing out all the bugs, but we know it's still not perfect.)

EDIT: If you're not getting the inline reply form -- if you're getting redirected to another page to comment -- please clear your cache and then restart your browser.

PLEASE NOTE: If you're coming to report an entry in your journal not displaying properly, and there's a <table> in the entry (or you're reporting a problem with your journal displaying properly and there's an entry with a <table> somewhere visible on the page): please check the entry's source and make sure the HTML of the table is constructed properly. We've made a change to our HTML cleaner to be more strict about missing tags and tags that were closed in a different order than they were opened. Most of the display problems people have reported have been because a table in an entry was missing closing </td>/</tr>tags!
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[personal profile] kareila posting in [site community profile] dw_dev
This is the first run of our new code tour generator - it seems to be including more issues that were closed without code changes, and I tried to edit out most of those, but I expect the ride might be extra bumpy. Please make sure your seat belts are fastened and keep your hands inside the vehicle at all times.

Also, this tour is full of tons of boring backend changes and I wasn't able to find much humor in them, so the writeup will be less entertaining than usual. I do apologize and will not be offended if you decide to skip this tour and wait for a more interesting one. However, if you are willing to brave the ride, you will discover a few fascinating features, such as support for multiple sticky posts and a redesign of the new tag navigation feature. Also you will find your journey is more secure, as this code push will bring support for HTTPS everywhere on the site.




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