Jetpack 8.1 is now available for download. Our first release of the new decade is a general maintenance release that fixes several bugs and improves compatibility between Jetpack, PHP 7.4, and the newest default WordPress theme, Twenty Twenty.
Here’s what’s new this month.
It’s a new year, there’s a new default WordPress theme, and Jetpack is now more compatible with it:
- Notifications no longer conflict with Twenty Twenty’s video resizing feature.
- Tiled Galleries used inside Classic blocks are correctly aligned.
- The Authors and Flickr widgets have a better look.
- Infinite Scroll does not suppress the display of footer widgets.
- The Customizer now includes Content Options.
PHP 7.4 Compatibility
To make Jetpack fully compatible with PHP version 7.4, we introduced a few minor changes and deprecated features such as curly brace syntax for array elements.
As always, this release includes many other bug fixes and improvements, mostly focused on the synchronization with your site so we’re always using the most up-to-date information.
And Coming Soon…
In March 2020, we’ll retire the Jetpack mobile theme. The mobile theme was a fallback for folks whose regular theme didn’t include a mobile view, but most themes now include a mobile view by default. Check out this page for more details.
A big thank you to everyone who contributed to this release:
Alex Kirk, Andrew Serong, Andrés Maneiro, Beau Hastings, Brandon Kraft, Daniel Dudzic, Daniel Walmsley, Dat Hoang, Derek Smart, Echo Gregor, Enej Bajgoric, Filipe Varela, Gary Pendergast, Grant Kinney, Greg Ichneumon Brown, Igor Zinovyev, Jefferson Rabb, Jeremy Herve, Jonathan Sadowski, Julian Vidal, Kaspars Dambis, Kim Brown, Marin Atanasov, Matthew Denton, Miguel Lezama, Miguel Torres, Mikael Korpela, Piotr Delawski, Ramon Dodd, Rasmy Nguyen, Scott Evans, Thrijith Thankachan, Yaroslav Kukharuk
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