WooCommerce 6.1.1 is available now. This release resolves a bug introduced in 6.1.0, rolls back the deprecation introduced in 6.1.0, and improves WooCommerce’s support for WordPress 5.9.
Here’s What’s New
- Support for the Twenty Twenty-Two theme, ahead of the release of WordPress 5.9. (#31536, #31575, #31619, #31626, #31632, #31630, #31631, #31633, #31634)
- Updated version of WooCommerce Blocks to 6.5.2, which includes a fix for Store Editing Templates, which mostly affects sites running WordPress 5.9. (#5519)
- Reverted warning about the deprecation to
is_ajaxintroduced in 6.1.0. This was causing issues on some sites when
WP_DEBUG_DISPLAYwas set to
truein production. Despite this rollback, its recommend not displaying debug information on production sites. (#31672)
- Fixed jQuery compatibility issue with FlexSlider introduced in 6.1.0. (#31623)
You can see the complete set of changes in the readme file for the release.
You can download the latest release of WooCommerce here or visit Dashboard → Updates to update the plugin from your WordPress admin screen.
As usual, if you spot issues in WooCommerce core, please log them in detail on GitHub. Found a security issue? Please submit a report via HackerOne.