Jetpack by WordPress.com 4.6

Jetpack by WordPress.com was updated to version 4.6, from version 4.5. Changelog:

  • Enable Google Analytics without touching a line of code with this new Jetpack feature.
  • We’ve updated all outbound links to use HTTPS to improve performance and security.
  • Photon now leverages a new WordPress core function to improve performance a bit.
  • We’ve added an error message if Publicize isn’t functioning as it should be.
  • The Twitter Widget timeline now displays the tweet limit count as 20, prior to this it appeared to have no limit.
  • In an effort to help us better understand features that are being used, Twitter’s timeline widget and Twitter’s shortcodes now pass Jetpack’s partner ID.
  • We’ve added new API endpoints allowing us to enable translation auto-updates and pull post rows and metadata for backups.
  • We’re now retrieving all feature settings in the readable /settings endpoint.
  • We’ve eliminated some notices and warnings when using Jetpack on a server running PHP 7.1 or on servers where print_r() is disabled.
  • Photon now avoids PHP notices when your site is using plugins that do srcset CDN replacement.
  • When the sharing options appear to be incorrect due to site configuration issues we force it to retrieve the right options avoiding potential fatal errors.
  • We’ve added some shortcode CSS and widget class names prefixes to avoid conflicts with other plugins.
  • Some sites were using illegal multibyte characters and failing to sync posts, this has been fixed.
  • IE11 was giving our admin layout a bit of a problem but we rectified that.
  • There were some PHP notices popping up when a site has no posts so we got rid of them.
  • The new Jetpack Ads feature will auto disable itself if your Jetpack plan doesn’t support the feature.
  • We fixed a few PHP notices and warnings related to the Custom CSS feature.
  • The connection banner’s “dismiss” icon was giving us a little trouble, but we got it fixed right up.
  • The Likes feature was showing a PHP notice when there was no $post object, this has been fixed.
  • We’ve brought back the Twitter Widget “noscrollbar” option.
  • We’re now forcing only Photon URLs to HTTPS as your custom CDN URLs may use a different protocol.
  • If a Publicize connection is not shared with all users on the site, do not trigger Publicize for the other users.
  • Publicize was having trouble working with scheduled posts, this should be fixed now.
  • SSO may not have been displaying the login form when using JSON API authorization. Sorry about that, we’ve fixed it.
  • We’ve eliminated some PHP notices that were showing with some Shortcodes.
  • There was a Top Posts Widget image size issue when using list layouts, but is no longer causing issues.
  • We fixed some notices and warnings when updating data from the WordPress.com central interface.