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WordPress 5.8 upgrade

WordPress updates will occur on the afternoon of 1/10/22, this will include some plugins and themes as well. Check out the new features here:

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5.7 update

Hi all! Today we are upgrading to wordpress 5.7 (along with updates to plugins and themes). Check out the details here:

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Updates galore!

We just completed a bunch of wordpress and system updates (thanks for your patience in maintenance mode). Read the WordPress news post about our latest version:

WordPress 5.5 “Eckstine”

Also check out big changes to the editor in version 5.0:

You can also dig into the details of recent changes:

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Super cache!

No, it has nothing to do with tights and a cape, it’s actually a special plugin built to speed up blogs. The idea is for blogs to serve up a copy of popular web pages that get multiple hits in a short time. This saves the server work and helps the page load quicker. We hope you see a difference!

Users that are logged in do not get served cached pages, and new posts or blog changes should update the cached page version immediately. If you are browsing blogs without logging in and seem to be missing content updates, login to view the latest content or check back in a few minutes.

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Humanities @ Longwood

Celebrate the humanities at Longwood University! Check this blog site for further information.

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2012 Countdown: Blogs @ Longwood

Times Square Ball Drop

Happy 2013 to Longwood Blogs!

We have accomplished a lot in 2012.

Together with the Library, let’s countdown blogging highlights including some of our great projects, experiments, and achievements:

10:  Cook-Cole Faculty News & Notes

keeps doing a great job on sharing scholarship activities and projects of faculty members from the College of Arts and Sciences

9: Incite: Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship

prepares for 2012 publication

8: Greenwood Library

has migrated to Longwood Blogs and offers an easy to navigate, more streamlined interface and a friendly user experience

7: Department of Psychology Book Club

has kicked off with discussion of Kelly Lambert’s The Lab Rat Chronicles book

6: First Year Reading Experience @ Longwood

shares the Longwood community’s perspectives on reading The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

5: Join the Conversation: Branding

provides feedback about what makes Longwood special.

4: Insider – community-produced newsletter for faculty and staff

offers timely updates, alerts, announcements created by the LU community for the LU community

3: Graphic Design Senior Project

documents  art students’ working process of their senior projects

2: LU @ Yellowstone

provides inter-disciplinary lenses @ Yellowstone National Park

1: LU students across disciplines

publish and engage others in academic content daily on Longwood Blogs!

[Image by Flickr user Atomische Tom Giebel/CC-licensed]

2012 Featured Blogs

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