v0.13.0 release notes¶
New CMS installations will now cache 301/302 redirects and 404 pages. Existing CMS installations should switch to new wagtail-cache middleware to gain this behavior (see upgrade considerations).
Settings > General > From Email Address now allows specifying sender name in “Sender Name <email@example.com>” format.
Settings > Tracking > Track button clicks now tracks ALL anchor clicks, not just Button Blocks.
Minor bug fixes to form page template.
Minor bug fixes to search page template.
Fixed bug that prevented previewing Event page types.
Fixed Structured Data error on Event page types.
Body previews now properly render HTML entities (apostrophes, non-breaking spaces, etc.).
Images in Rich Text Blocks are now properly positioned left/right/full-width on the front-end.
Fixed AMP rendering issues with images in Rich Text Blocks.
Robots.txt settings were REMOVED from Settings > General. If you had custom custom robots.txt specified here, move your robots.txt content to
website/templates/robots.txtfile before upgrading.
Existing installations must add the new wagtail-cache middleware to
MIDDLEWAREin the Django settings file as described in wagtail-cache documentation after upgrading.
You will need to run
python manage.py makemigrations websiteand
python manage.py migrateafter upgrading.