In this month, Drupal have released its second Drupal 7 update, i.e. 7.28. Drupal is one of the leading publishing platform that developed by vibrant community. Drupal powers thousands of reputed sites on the web, and can be modified to almost any visual design.
With Drupal content management features, one can easily develop and many their site. All thanks to Drupal’s opn development model that helps developers and users to refine the platform by keeping it a cutting-edge CMS that supports the latest technologies, offering by Web.
Drupal is best-known for its frequent updates and recently, it releases Drupal 7.28 after releasing 7.27 and 6.23 with security updates and bug fixes. This latest update comes with numerous bug fixes. Some of them are:
- 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update function introduced in Drupal 7.26 that caused memory and CPU problems on sites with very large numbers of unpublished nodes.
- 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.
Numerous bug fixes and small API/feature improvements are contained in Drupal 7.28. If you want to find full list of changes, you can simple have in the 7.28 release notes. In this latest release, Drupal haven’t made any changes to the web.config, .htaccess, robots.txt or default settings.php files in this new 7.28 release, so upgrading custom versions of those files are not mandatory.
One can have to upgrade to Drupal version 7.28 for applying these bug fixes to your Drupal web presence. For more information about Drupal, explore our CMS Directory. Finding difficulty in upgrading your CMS with the latest release, hire Drupal developer from reputed Drupal web Development Company, Perception System and get instant solution.