WordPress 6.2 was released on the 29th of March and is the first major WordPress core release of 2023.
The X and Pro themes from Themeco had some issues after updating to WordPress 6.2, which were updated quickly after the problem was found.
The bug was related to one of the changes that went out in the WordPress 6.2 release, which was causing CPU high usage issues for the site, but can be quickly resolved using the newest version of the theme.
Bugfix: The reason for an early release, WordPress 6.2 sends us into an infinite loop when we try to queue up `mediaelement` in a now improper spot. Please upgrade Pro or X before you upgrade WordPress.
If you use the All in One SEO plugin on a WordPress site that has been updated to version 6.2, you may encounter a conflict while using the classic editor to create or edit posts on the site.
The issue was caused by a conflict between our plugin and the emoji script of WordPress due to changes to that script in WordPress v6.2.
The conflict issue was fixed in the 184.108.40.206 release of the plugin.
Using a well-developed theme that regularly releases improvements and bug fixes is highly advised. It’s also recommended to update your plugins and themes before upgrading to a newer major version of the WordPress core.