Tempera 1.6.1(.1/.2) minds the editor



  • Removed border and added padding to submit and reset inputs and buttons
  • Fixed columns from posts listed by IDs limited by WordPress’ global post count limit
  • Removed social scripts in the theme’s admin page and replaced with simple social profile links


  • Added option to turn off the new TinyMCE editor styling
  • Extended the TinyMCE editor styling to be more exact


  • Fixed ‘read more’ button visible on post-based slides since 1.6.0
  • Made socials styling more specific to avoid overlapping with plugins
  • Made ‘sidebar empty’ messages visible only to users with permissions to manage widgets
  • Fixed TinyMCE editor error on WordPress 4.8
  • Revamped TinyMCE editor styling to match the theme’s appearance settings
Tempera is a free WordPress theme, created by Cryout Creations, that is responsive and extremely customizable. For more info check out the theme's page.


  1. Good morning.

    First of all, i really love your wp themes, but i need help with a little issue, is there a way to allow a “editor user”, or non admin, get access to theme settings? i need to allow another person to change things like slider images and the(beauty) cryout columns. I hope u can help me whit this. Greetings.

  2. Why would you make the Tiny MCE editor look like the site’s background? No. These are separate and while I have a specific look for the site, I want my editor to be consistent. Now, this site, using Tempera, is the only one that looks like that. All my other sites, when editing, look the same. Please turn it off, or at least allow me to turn it off. Thanks.

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