We’ve made quite a few changes to WPeC over the past several releases. We’ve introduced a TON of great API and cleaned up quite a bit since 3.8.9 was released last October
We’ll be starting an educational series on developer-related changes and APIs that are available to you. But in the meantime, I do want to make sure you’re aware of some really important changes in the latest 3.8.11 release.
If your plugin or theme depends on (or includes) an old version of jQuery, uses these deprecated methods, or depends on .livequery() – stuff is going to break. Update your plugins/themes.
This post is intended to help our developer community along the path that we’re going down – a path moving towards cleaner code, more excellent standards and greater adherence to WordPress core conventions. Everything mentioned is something that we’ve dealt with in support since releasing 3.8.11 and will serve your communities and ours very well. If you have any questions, feel free to post in the comments and we’ll be glad to respond.