Septera Plus brings loads of pure awesomeness to a theme that was already brimful with awesome. All the features that were not allowed for themes hosted on WordPress.org have now found their way into the premium version of theme!
So if you like Septera, you’re going to love Septera Plus!
Anima gets bitten by a radioactive spider… and so Anima Plus is born. And Anima Plus is bigger and better in almost every way. It has all the features and extra functionality that the free version simply couldn’t handle.
But all these great powers come at a cost. Find out what that is in the full post.
Kahuna Plus is our latest premium theme and it brings with it all the features and functionality that we couldn’t include in the free version of the theme.
Some of the stand-out features are a sortable and seriously customizable landing page, portfolios, theme specific shortcodes, advanced widgets, page templates, related posts, post/page specific metas, mobile menu responsiveness breakpoint, script and analytics fields.
You might have noticed a slow down in our Fluida updates release cycle in last months. You might have also noticed that we took a bit longer than usual to fix some small issues that were quite annoying for some. You needn’t start worry, we haven’t given up, we haven’t forgotten Fluida, no need to pack your bags and move to a different theme just yet.
The reason for the delays is actually a very simple one: for the last few months we’ve been drinking our coffee in big secret and been covertly working on an even greater and better Fluida. And what best time to reveal our secret project than on Fluida’s second birthday!
Today we’re happy to indulge everyone with a sneak preview to Fluida’s evil bigger twin sister – introducing Fluida Plus theme for WordPress!
Our Anima WordPress theme has been available to download and install freely from our site for about two months, but, as promised, it has now become available to auto install from WordPress.org (or your WordPress dashboard).
- Removed font-weight from admin editor styles
- Fixed sidebar socials height issue
- Adjusted header titles padding
- Adjusted menu search padding
- Fixed site title overlapping menu icon on mobile
- Decreased sidebars padding on mobile
- Fixed landing page title top margin on mobile
- Increase article responsiveness
- Fixed slider next/prev buttons having rounded corners
- Changed default lp blocks and lp text areas background colors
- Changed default menu background color
- Added meta hover effect
- Removed empty “templates” folder
- Changed default header image and set default image size to 420px
- Adjusted default header image vertical position from center to top
- Changed screenshot.png
- Fixed un-numbered ‘printf’ placeholders in back-compat.php
- Fixed cryout_compat_upgrade_notice() not properly hooked in back-compat.php
After a long time hanging at the very edge of version 1.0, Verbosa gets some much needed attention and becomes a complete WordPress theme.
Follow us after the jump to see what goodies (*ahm* landing page *ahm*) this version brings.
- Added landing page functionality (disabled by default) that features three text areas (which draw their content from pages) and a slider location ***To enable the new landing page feature turn it on from the theme’s landing page options panel and assign a static homepage from WordPress’ reading settings
- Added a third widget area that is hidden on small mobile devices and made the existing two widget areas visible on mobile devices by default; renamed sidebar handler files
- Merged responsive styling into the theme’s main style ***This may create issues with caching; make sure you clear the cache after updating the theme
- Improved content_width internal handling to take layouts into account (for better handling of embed media sizing)
- Changed the default magazine layout option to 2 columns
- Fixed footer widgets responsiveness when footer layout is set to more than one column
- Fixed search form using wrong colours in footer widgets
- Added social menu usage tutorial link
- Added styling to disable Chrome’s built-in blue border on focused form elements
- Adjusted mobile menu to use the configured main menu colours
- Fixed mobile menu dropdown arrows slightly out of vertical centering
- Fixed image vertical alignment in main menu items
- Fixed search box submit not working (due to fix sidebar script)
- Updated Cryout Framework to 0.6.5
- Moved back-to-top button from sidebar to new ‘after_footer_hook’ to avoid intermittent overlapping issues with fixed sidebar