Today we’re releasing version 4.1.5 of KingSize WordPress.
We had hoped to have our responsive version (v5.0) out by now but unfortunately we haven’t yet completed that. Though we’d like to extend a big thanks to the 30+ people whom have contacted us regarding the BETA testing request in early February. The response was overwhelming. We have been able to make a lot of leeway with your contributions and the feedback provided.
We are now in stage three of beta testing and hope to be finalizing a stable release in the coming few weeks. So once more we hope to say this is the last update for version 4 and in with version 5.0. We do appreciate your sticking with us and do apologize for any inconvenience, but ask you bear with us just a little longer now.
Without further delay, allow me to introduce version 4.1.5.
Change Log for Version 4.1.5
Let’s first review the list of files changed (Change Log):
- /js/helpers (new folder)
- /lib/gallery/gallery-meta.php (new file)
Total number of modified files for this version: 50+
If you’re thinking “Man, that’s a lot of modifications!” you’re absolutely correct! In this update, we’ve released some modifications that will cater to our next release being version 5.0. We have updated a lot of the outdated scripts, as well corrected a few bugs that affected multiple files for those specific features…
Update Overview & Details
A. Fancybox: It’s responsive, though our template currently isn’t (sorry!).
B. Fancybox: The “Title” and “Description” will have a new look and feel.
C. Fancybox: The “Left-to-Right” animation has a new effect when clicked.
*If you’re unpleased with the changes in updating the Fancybox scripts, we can provide you with the old files for this. Though keep in mind reverting to the older version will then be using outdated scripts.
*The “Galleries” post-type is simply for housing your images. If for any reason you require this editor you can contact us via our Support Forums and we can give you an updated copy of the file or explain the steps to comment out this removed feature.
Go to “Theme Options > General Settings” and where you find your logo setup is an option to enable the branding of the login page. When enabled this will re-use your uploaded logo.
As you can see, this was primarily a “Feature” and “Bug” fix release.
It’s our hope that there will be no bugs discovered in this release and we’ll continue chugging along to get done our responsive release.
Though if you do discover any new bugs, please use our Support Forums.
We appreciate your reading this and hope this update benefits you all.