Parabola 1.0.2 goes by unnoticed

Nothing “extraordinaire”, just a small set of fixed and improvements, part of our (brand new and totally unconfirmed) semi-weekly updates release schedule.

The (relatively short) changelog:

  • fixed categories displaying both featured images and content image when full posts are displayed
  • fixed presentation page columns not fitting in one row on IE8 (getting sentimental about the past?)
  • move all static css out of the page source and into the style.css making it replaceable by custom CSS
  • fixed another tiny NextGEN compatibility issue
  • fixed uppercase option not affecting the mobile menu


Parabola is a light, sharp and highly customizable free WordPress theme by Cryout Creations. For more info check out the theme's page.


    1. You have a JavaScript error related to jQuery. I see the Page Transitions plugin you are using is loading its own (very old) jQuery version. Disable this plugin and see if that solves your issue.

  1. Is it possible to change the entire header into a flash animation? that will be active on every page of the site..if so what would you recommend i export it as, and the coding. You guys will blowup if you keep up the good work

  2. Hi!

    About the columns of the presentation page…
    They don’t play well with responsiveness (or I’m doing something wrong).

    I’ve got 4 columns, which makes the width of each 218px.
    When looking at a narrow screen (iPhone), the pictures get blurred since the responsive action seems to be to shrink them until 4 in a row does not fit anylonger, then 2 in a row is presented…but to fit the screen width the images are then stretched.
    (and the same then goes for a screen like iPhone’s, which can’t fit two columns next to each other, but has more space than required for 1….the result is then 4 columns on top of each other which are stretched and blurry.

    The slider on the other hand, which is only one, obviously get shrinked all the way, so that one displays really crisp.
    (The stretching of the columns though not only make them blurry, it also makes them twice as large as the slider on a small screen (at least if you have a fairly low slider in height.)

    Would be great if the columns didn’t re-align more than to two in a row when scaled down for a smaller screen, so that the responsiveness would shrink the images and thereby keep the crispness. (that would also look better size-wise in comparison to the slider.)
    …or at least that there was an option to not let them allign one by one.

    Cheers, and thanks for all the awesome work you put into this theme!

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