I have many, many websites that have been built on the Jump Start 1.2.x theme. All of them are highly customized via child theme modifications (via CSS, template mods, and pluggables).
Now that Jump Start v2.x is out, it looks like each website will be indicating the availability of a theme upgrade to version 2.x.
But since it’s such a drastic (amazing!) upgrade, child themes developed for v1.2.x will certainly break due to the changes in the core CSS, templates, and pluggables.
Is there a way to turn off the upgrade notification for v1.x websites?
If someone were to accidentally (or innocently) press the upgrade button, it would totally wreck the website. That would be a devastating result to such a simple action.
I’d be less than happy if the “upgrade” option is permanently offered via the WP admin for all of my users. One of them may get tempted and therefore wreck their own website.
Any thoughts on how to mitigate this potentially disastrous outcome?
Thanks in advance for your thoughts.
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