No, we haven’t lost our minds; this is not a reverse countdown (a countup?). And we did not release a quadruple-update-in-one either.
This cryptic title deserves a decent explanation and it’s actually simpler than it seems: it appears I was overconfident on the WordPress review process the last time. While they did wonders then and managed to verify and approve two updates in the same day, the sun doesn’t always shine… in fact it got terribly dark after that. Worse still… the sun changed. Never mess with mantra they say (or was it nirvana…)
Yup, WordPress changed (or rather updated) their rules on what is accepted, what is recommended and what is refused in a theme. And nobody considered to inform us. And we were too pre-occupied with actually making the updates that we forgot to dive through and find the new rules ourselves.
So here comes Tempera 1.2.3, a nice, quiet, decent, well-mannered update that stayed in line for the review process, only to be slammed against the wall and thrown out the window for not fitting with the new rules. It picked itself up and came back to us, only to be sent back to WordPress in the form of 1.2.4 (which we hoped solved things).
But we weren’t so lucky. Things turned from bad to worse and took us two more tries (1.2.5 and 1.2.6) to get things right. But here it is folks, the pride and joy of our fight against the system – Tempera 1.2.6.
So without further (horrendous) ado, the changelog(s):
- fixed “array to string conversion” notices (on PHP 5.5)
- fixed “More Posts” button on presentation page affecting blog pages
- optimized Google font calls
- added link to the theme’s settings page in the customizer
- made all CSS minify-able (should now support all caching plugins that perform resource minification)
- fixed a reverse border styling affecting menu items when menu is centered
- improved RTL styling (partially provided by lior)
- fixed title tag issue
- fixed undefined notices on options save
- various menu fixes
finally fixed presentation page “More Posts” buttonnot really
- fixed a weird save issue affecting only some servers caused by an apostrophe in the sample in custom footer text (thank to Gordon and Bembis for helping us with the test environment)
- fixed wp.media issue
- corrected title tag code to adhere to latest WordPress rules
- removed meta template tag
- removed leftover meta author tag
- replaced wp_convert_bytes_to_hr() (deprecated) with size_format()
- replaced get_bloginfo(‘url’) with home_url()