Parabola 1.5 is the smart one

Parabola Screenshot

Parabola learned from experience to circumvent her younger sisters’ critical mistakes and brings you only the desert in this round of themes updates.

Among the most important additions are support for WPML and Polylang multilingualism in custom content areas and her newly achieved skills in the commerce sector with the inclusion of the WooCommerce compatibility (child theme) code and styling. For everything else… Read the rest

Nirvana 1.1(.1) learns how to shop

Nirvana Theme

Nirvana has entered the world of e-commerce and it’s getting its first taste of a nice haggle. It now officially supports the WooCommerce plugin so you’re free to go and take it our for a barter.

This version also adds WPML / Polylang support for the presentation page’s custom content so now everything is 100% translation ready. Read the rest

Tempera 1.3(.1) becomes multilingual

Tempera

Tempera decided to spend her entire vacation going to summer school. The most important feature she brought back is support for WPML and Polylang multilingualism. You will now find all of Tempera’s custom text fields in Polylang’s translations section.

The second important change is the inclusion of the WooCommerce compatibility child theme code and styling. This should improve handling WooCommerce content, making the use of the separate child theme unnecessary. For the rest of the changes see the changelog… Read the rest

Mantra 2.4 celebrates 4 years of existence

mantra

It’s a time for joy and celebration, not just because a new Mantra update is here to correct and improve some long outstanding issues but also because this month, 4 years ago, our little Mantra opened its digital eyes and met with the Wordpress repository for the very first time. And boy what I ride it has been since…

Mantra is now 4 years old and although her little sisters are starting to surpass her, she’s still older, wiser and still has a few issues up her sleeves.

One of the most important changes in the latest update is the removal of shortcodes. The keep the [mantra] or [cryout] shortcodes working on your site, we’ve moved this functionality to a separate plugin… Read the rest