UPDATE (June 19th): WP e-Commerce 18.104.22.168 has been released. This version contains the fix for this particular incompatibility between WordPress 3.4 and WPEC products page pagination. Please make sure you back up your site before the upgrade. Thank you for your feedback!
UPDATE: We have found a working solution for the issue with pagination in WordPress 3.4. We will release the fix officially tomorrow after further testing. In the mean time, you can download the fixed package and start testing it.
Are you just as excited about the new release of WordPress 3.4 as we are? The devs at WPEC HQ have spent the last few weeks working with the 3.4 betas, and we’ve sweated the last 24 hours testing the real deal.
Will WP e-Commerce be compatible when you hit the upgrade button to WordPress 3.4?
YES WordPress 3.4 and WP e-Commerce are compatible!!!
WordPress 3.4 offers a wealth of neat new features, and we’re excited for you to see our upcoming 3.9 release that will start to work with these features. Most importantly, none of these features should interfere with your current WPEC installation.
Getting Ready to upgrade? Don’t just hit the Go button!
If you’re getting ready to upgrade your site there are a few steps you should always do before any upgrade of any plugin, theme or WordPress installation.
Please backup your site!
You will need to copy your entire site (recommended as this is a WP upgrade – if it was just a plugin or a theme you could just copy the wp-content folder). You will also need to backup your database. To do this, export the database via php myadmin. If this entire process sounds foreign to you- we recommend trying backup buddy which makes the process super easy.
I updated and now my site is broken- what do I do?
First of all, take a deep breath- you made a back up of your site before running the update, so its going to be ok.
Option A- If you want to roll back you just need to upload your backup back to your server and replace the databse with your export from php myadmin, or Backup Buddy will handle it for you.
Option B- It’s smarter to try and fix the problem using WordPress 3.4.
- Start by eliminating plugin conflicts. Deactivate all your plugins and reactivate them one at a time, checking each time if the functionality that was broken has now returned. If you find the conflicting plugin then contact the dev about it or check if they have released an update that supports 3.4 compatibility.
- If you have problems with WP e-Commerce and have ruled out other plugins interfering then try uploading a fresh version of the plugin.
- If you’re still having problems then you may comment here, and we will try and point you in the right direction. Please be as descriptive as possible if you have screen shots please link to them.
- If you have Gold Cart, you can contact premium support for one on one help. If you don’t have Gold Cart, its not too late to grab it now.
We’ll be talking more about what’s coming to WP e-Commerce this year in the next few weeks… for now we’re excited to congratulate the entire WordPress.org team and every core contributor that helped make WordPress 3.4 happen. As part of this community, and on behalf of the WPEC community, we are genuinely thankful for the time and dedication- so we’re sharing the list of contributors as shown on WordPress.org below. Cheers, guys!
082net, Aaron D. Campbell, Adam Harley, AJ Acevedo, akshayagarwal, Alex Concha, Alex King, Alex Mills (Viper007Bond), ampt, Amy Hendrix, Andrea Rennick, Andrew Nacin, Andrew Ozz, Andrew Ryno, Andy Skelton, Arie Putranto, Austin Matzko, Barry, BenChapman, Ben Huson, Benjamin J. Balter, Bill Erickson, Billy (bananastalktome), Boone Gorges, camiloclc, casben79, Caspie, ceefour, cheald, chellycat, Chelsea Otakan, Chip Bennett, Chris Olbekson, Coen Jacobs, Cristi Burcă, Cyapow, Dan Collis-Puro, Daniel Bachhuber, Daniel Convissor, Daniel Jalkut (Red Sweater), daniloercoli, Daryl Koopersmith, David Gwyer, deltafactory, demetris, Dion Hulse, dllh, Dominik Schilling, Doug Provencio, Drew Jaynes (DrewAPicture), ebababi, edward-mindreantre, emhr, Empireoflight, Eric Andrew Lewis, Eric Mann, Evan Anderson, Evan Solomon, Fred Wu, Fumito Mizuno, Gary Cao, Gary Jones, Gautam, Gennady Kovshenin, George Mamadashvili, George Stephanis, Gustavo Bordoni, hearvox, Helen Hou-Sandi, Hugo Baeta, Ian Stewart, insertvisionhere, Ipstenu, Jacob Chappell, Jane Wells, Japh, jaquers, JarretC, jeremyclarke, Jeremy Felt, Jesper Johansen (Jayjdk), Jiehan Zheng, Joachim Jensen (Intox Studio), Joachim Kudish (jkudish), John Blackbourn (johnbillion), John Ford, John James Jacoby, Jon Cave, Joost de Valk, Jorge Bernal, Joseph Scott, Justin, Justin Givens, Kailey Lampert (trepmal), Kenan Dervisevic, Konstantin Kovshenin, Konstantin Obenland, Kristopher Lagraff, Kurt Payne, Lance Willett, Lardjo, Lee Willis (leewillis77), linuxologos, Lutz Schroer, Mantas Malcius, Marcus, Mark Jaquith, Marko Heijnen, Mark Rowatt Anderson, Matias Ventura, Matt Martz, mattonomics, Matt Thomas, Matt Wiebe, MattyRob, Max Cutler, Mert Yazicioglu, mgolawala, Michael Adams (mdawaffe), Michael Beckwith, Michael Fields, Mike Schinkel, Mike Schroder, Mike Toppa, Milan Dinic, mitcho (Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine), Mohammad Jangda, mrtorrent, Name.ly, Naoko McCracken, Nashwan Doaqan, Niall Kennedy, Nikolay Yordanov, norocketsurgeon, npetetin, Nuno Morgadinho, Olivier Collet, Paul Biron, pavelevap, Pete Mall, Peter Westwood, pishmishy, Prasath Nadarajah, prettyboymp, Ptah Dunbar, pw201, Rami Yushuvaev, Rarst, RENAUT, Reuben Gunday, Roscius, Ross Hanney, russellwwest, Ryan Boren, Ryan Duff, Ryan McCue, Safirul Alredha, Samir Shah, Samuel “Otto” Wood, Seisuke Kuraishi, Sergey Biryukov, Simon Wheatley, sirzooro, sksmatt, Stas Sușkov, Stephane Daury (stephdau), tamlyn, Thomas Griffin, Thorsten Ott, TobiasBg, Tom Auger, Toni Viemero, transom, Ulrich Sossou, Utkarsh Kukreti, Wojtek Szkutnik, wonderslug, Xavier Borderie, Yoav Farhi, Zach “The Z Man” Abernathy, Zack Tollman, Ze Fontainhas, and zx2c4.