Polylang 1.2.3

A few users still had problem during the upgrade from v1.1.6 (or older) to v1.2.2, due to third party plugins breaking brutally the upgrade process. This interrupted upgrade caused issues with menus locations (which were lost and were even impossible to set in non default language) and strings translations which were lost too. Well, in fact nothing was really lost as all data from v1.1.6 are kept in database, but this caused trouble and forced users to revert temporarily to v1.1.6.

So the intention of this new release is to correct these issues to allow all users to upgrade smoothly to 1.2.x. The upgrade procedure has been thoroughly tested (from several versions 0.8.x, 1.0.x, 1.1.x, 1.2.2) with all plugins which I am aware they previously broke the upgrade process. However I still recommend making a database backup before ugrading from v1.1.6 for better security. Just because it’s impossible to test all plugins and themes on earth…


7 thoughts on “Polylang 1.2.3

  1. Oleg


    first of all thanks for plugin.

    i’m trying to update from 1.1.6. to 1.2.3. and each time i end up with inaccessible wordpress (admin pages are not inaccessible). and only after upload backed up database i can access wordpress again.

    could one of the following plugins cause the problem?
    W3 Total Cache
    Better WP Security
    Contact Form 7
    Ultimate TinyMCE
    Wordpress SEO

    thanks again and looking forward to recieve your reply

    1. Frédéric Post author

      It’s hard to say. Just to see, I made a test with all default settings and got nothing wrong. But each plugin comes with dozens of settings which lead to thousands of combinations. Did you try with all plugins deactivated? If you still have issues, please open a new topic in the support forum.

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