The recent (automatic) update to WordPress 4.2.3 breaks shortcodes that appear inside HTML elements.
We are working on a fix for this in Views. This fix will allow you to run your sites with WordPress 4.2.3 and without making any changes to your Views, Content Templates or the site's general content.
Beta versions of Views 1.9.1, which address this change in WordPress are available from:
Your Toolset account > Downloads
Change the status selector at the top of the page to 'beta'. Then, download and install the recent version of Views 1.9.1.
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== Update Friday 24/7 Afternoon ==
We've released a beta version which resolves some of the issues. There are other issues that need handling.
== Update Sunday 26/7 Morning ==
We are testing an update to Views 1.9.1, which resolves most remaining issues. We expect to release a second beta today afternoon (European time).
== Update Monday 27/7 Morning ==
We've released another beta, 1.9.1-b2, which solves further issues with wpv-for-each loops, wpv-if evaluations and shortcodes that span more than one line.
== Update Tuesday 28/7 Morning ==
We've just released Types 1.7.8-b1 which solved an issue with WYSIWYG fields: they were preventing further shortcodes from being executed.
== Update Wednesday 29/7 Morning ==
We've just released Types 1.7.8-b2 and Views 1.9.1-b3, which should solve most of the remaining issues, including WYSIWYG fields, wpv-for-each loops, wpv-if conditionals and nested structures.
== Update Friday 31/7 Morning ==
We've just released Types 1.7.8-b3 and Views 1.9.1-b4, which solve the remaining ssues with conditionals in Views loops and compatibility issues with some third party plugins and themes.
== Update Monday 3/8 Afternoon ==
We just reelased Types 1.7.8 and Views 1.9.1. Those are stable versions that should be used to solve any remaining issue.