Longevity Pro has a few bug fixes plus I’ve added a new feature to the customizer for typography options. I did not go too extensive with these as font management is a massive thing to build into a theme, but what was added will definitely make things easier without using a plugin. I also fixed the background of the header area when first activating the theme because it was missing. Blog navigation was also a problem with positioning.
Opportune Pro was just updated to fix a few issues that were found in the theme. This version also contains a major update to the Opportune Pro Shortcodes plugin. Updating your plugin will affect several shortcodes that you might already be using, so unfortunately, you will need to modify your shortcodes. This was a necessary update for the shortcodes because of some issues causing errors. You can refer to the setup tutorials for changes made.
Due to a request made and the trend of wanting the blog’s featured image to show below the post title, I added a new option setting in the customizer under the Basic Settings that lets you choose to have the featured image on top (default) or below the post summary title. I’ve also made the theme ready for the upcoming WordPress version 4.5. The changes are outlined in the change log below.
Seasonal Pro was just updated to add a requested breadcrumbs feature (sidebar), plus I made a few adjustments to the schema.org microdata associated with this theme and tested it to get an all “green” check for it. I’ve also made the theme ready for the upcoming WordPress version 4.5. The changes are outlined in the change log below.
Senses was just updated to add a few features, such as typography option settings, colour settings, and I also made Senses ready for the upcoming WordPress version 4.5. The changes are outlined in the change log below.
Opportune Pro was just updated to fix a few issues that were found in the theme. I also updated the theme’s WooCommerce templates that were out of date with the recent version of WooCommerce. The changes are outlined in the change log below.
Aberration was just updated to fix a few issues that were discovered and some major bugs with the dark version of Aberration where some customizer settings were not saving and being lost after changing. This update also has some design adjustments to the logo and site title container which now has a fixed height applied to it. This is due to varying heights of logos that was affecting the container height and pushing the menu out of the header.
Longevity Pro has a minor update that fixes and changes a few issues that were discovered. When a theme includes custom text content capability from the WordPress customizer, this content cannot be translated by traditional means. Because of this, I had to remove the custom sticky “Featured” and “Read More” labels from this theme in favor of the standard language string methods.
Aberration was just updated to fix a few issues that were discovered and relates mostly to the mobile menu colour options. This update also removes some features that were also discovered to no be translatable. This theme offered custom sticky “Featured” and “Read More” labels that you could change from the customizer, but the WordPress theme review team confirmed that custom content from the customizer is not translatable. This update also includes the Aberration Dark version.
Longevity Pro was just updated to fix a few issues that were brought forward. I also rebuilt the banner curve code because part of it was not working correctly. I also added a new option setting relating to the curve. Another major update is related to the premade child theme that comes with this theme package, I’ve updated the functions file for it. If you plan to update your child theme, contact our support first because there is only one part that gets updated only, and if you update the whole thing, you will lose your custom changes.