Parabola 2.0.2/3 adds a bit of sanitization

Changelog:

v2.0.3

  • Fixed slider bullets changing size with font size
  • Fixed comments line height being too small
  • Decreased “Reply” button padding
  • Added hover effects for comment headers
  • Added label for search input in searchform.php (accessibility)
  • Updated translations and included plural forms

v2.0.2

  • Added transition to links hover
  • Escaped all theme options output
  • Escaped all URLs in theme with esc_url()
  • Escaped all get_bloginfo() instances
Parabola Theme Parabola is a light, sharp and highly customizable free WordPress theme by Cryout Creations. For more info check out the theme's page.

6 Comments

  1. I can’t find a thread for todays update, but it appears to have made my slider stop working. I know this may be a conflicting plug in issue, but all was fine before the latest update so I now have a white space with a spinning wheel of doom 🙁

  2. I just updated to 2.0.3 and it blew up my slider on my front page? What’s up with that? Also what happened to the semi-transparent upwards rolling effect on the column images? Will it be coming back, or am I stuck with the sideways slide-in on an opaque background now?

  3. Kay

    You have some strange and faulty CSS going on in your site, overriding the theme’s text size and line height. This may have worked, by pure coincidence, with the old versions of Parabola. They’re probably added by a plugin and it has an id of ‘tt-easy-google-font-styles’ . Remove that plugin/styling and you should be fine.

  4. Dan

    I’ve used Parabola for quite some time, but today I updated to 2.0.3 (from the old1.x.x) and now several font-related issues have popped up, including too-close of line spacing. Changing to a theme-default font then makes a PDF plug-in disappear. I like the look of Parabola, so I’m hoping there is a way to fix these problems.

Comments are closed.