WordPress 3.2 was released today and I highly recommend everyone to upgrade. The safest way is to use the link under Dashboard >> Updates and automatically update WordPress, and temporarily deactivate all of your plugins before upgrading.
Since 3.1 was release and with 3.2 you might notice that your images will point to its own page. If you are using a CDN, you should be aware that the CDN is not serving the image. Before the images were pointing to its own URL in the uploads folder.
The easy fix to disable the image attachment:
Open your FTP client and in the root domain folder open the wp-includes folder. Find the file “Media.php” open that file and find row 853, and you will see the below code,
$link = isset($attr['link']) && ‘file’ == $attr['link'] ? wp_get_attachment_link($id, $size, false, false) : wp_get_attachment_link($id, $size, true, false);
You want to change it to
$link = isset($attr['link']) && ‘file’ == $attr['link'] ? wp_get_attachment_link($id, $size, false, false) : wp_get_attachment_link($id, $size, false, false);
By making this change your images will point to the image URL path and be served by your paid CDN.
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