Another verbose post for a round, solid and mostly trouble-free theme version 1.0. As you’ve probably noticed by now, we take our time before getting to the one-dot-zero version for any of our themes.
Join us after the jump for a special treat (lengthy changelog included).
Not long after the Tempera quad-pack we’ve got the recipe right and used all that we’ve recently learnt to cook a brand new Nirvana update… or maybe two.
Nirvanas 0.9.9.9, 0.9.9.10 and 0.9.9.11 bring mostly fixes and tweaks, but you’ll learn all about that after the jump.
Yes, you’re seeing correctly, and no, you’re not in the matrix and this is not a system glitch. You’re witnessing a new record here at Cryout Creations; and this time it’s a positive one.
For the first time ever, we’ve managed to release two updates the same day, and they’re both for the same theme – Nirvana.
There isn’t a single new addition to the theme with this update. There isn’t anything new for you to try and then enjoy or damn to hell for not working properly.
But what this new update lacks in innovation it makes up for in fixes. Check them out with the changelog.
A new version of Nirvana brings as always a new post explaining the changes and new features that now reside within the theme.
This is not your average theme, and as you’ll soon find out: once you go Nirvana you can never go back… to the Dalai Lama?
The latest Nirvana theme update tells no more stories. Nirvana had just about enough stories with the Live post.
So this time it jumps right into this version’s changelog. But not quite.
Our latest WordPress theme, Nirvana, is now Live and available to download and install directly from WordPress.org. Now there’s absolutely no reason not to check it out.
Follow us after the jump for the celebration and the full changelog since the theme’s brief but intense existence.
Yes, just as the title of this post says, our latest and newest WordPress theme is ready for download. Is it everything you thought it would be?
Follow us after the jump for the download link, a working demo and an extended intro with popcorn, ketchup and more.
Come on, take a look! Don’t be afraid to tilt your head a bit and take a quick peek.
We really don’t know who put that corner there but we’ve been using it to place our latest themes around it for quite some time now.