Anima 1.2.5/.6


version 1.2.6

  • Fixed back-to-top button being visible on mobile devices when disabled
  • Fixed long submenus causing horizontal scrollbar with long not-fixed and on-top submenus
  • Fixed landing page text areas list bullets position on Chrome
  • Improved landing page text areas inner image positioning with Gutenberg content
  • Improved Gutenberg galleries content alignment
  • Improved mobile menu non-link text to use the configured navigation text color

version 1.2.5

  • Improved standards compliance cleanup sometimes breaking erroneous CSS styling
  • Improved mobile menu non-link text to use the configured navigation text color
  • Fixed top content elements getting overlapped by main navigation when this is fixed and no header image is used (since version 1.2.4)
  • Updated to Cryout Framework
    • Improved manual excerpts detection in landing page blocks and boxes to detect <!–more–> and <!–nextpage–> tags
Anima Theme Anima is a highly customizable WordPress theme created for personal and business sites alike by Cryout Creations. For more info check out the theme's page.

One Comment

  1. Hello

    Maybe it is worth to do so that the menu could choose not only 1 or 2 or 3 elements in a row on the page, but also that one would be such that the photo would be on the right side of the page, for example in a mantra.

    Many people use this type of solution and here you can not do it because the photo is packed on the top which is often ugly.

    Maybe it would be good to add one style to a large group of people that most templates have – the picture on the left next to the text and the title over the picture or also next to it

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