Drupal 7.28 Released With Numerous Bug Fixes

Drupal have released their second Drupal 7 update in a month, in the form of Drupal 7.28.

Drupal is an open source platform which boasts over 630,000 users and developers, many of whom help to maintain the product.

This is thanks to Drupal's open development model, which enables users and developers to constantly refine the platform, keeping it a cutting-edge CMS that supports the latest technologies that the Web has to offer.

Last month, Drupal released versions 7.27 and 6.23 with security updates and bug fixes. Today, Drupal users will be happy to hear that more bugs have been zapped.

Here are just a few of the changes made via Drupal 7.28:

  • Fixed a regression introduced in Drupal 7.27 that caused JavaScript to break on older browsers (such as Internet Explorer 8 and earlier) when Ajax was used.
  • Changed the pager on the Tracker module listing pages show the same number of items as other pagers throughout Drupal core (minor UI change).
  • Fixed a bug which caused caches not to be properly cleared when a file entity was saved or deleted.
  • Fixed a bug in the Taxonomy module update function introduced in Drupal 7.26 that caused memory and CPU problems on sites with very large numbers of unpublished nodes.

Drupal 7.28 contains bug fixes and small API/feature improvements only. The full list of changes between the 7.27 and 7.28 releases can be found by reading the 7.28 release notes. Also, Drupal have made no changes to the .htaccess, web.config, robots.txt or default settings.php files in this new 7.28 release, so upgrading custom versions of those files is not necessary.

To apply these bug fixes to your Drupal web presence, you can upgrade to Drupal version 7.28 right here.

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