Striking MultiFlex & Ecommerce Responsive WP Theme
Version 18.104.22.168, published just a few days after version 2.2, consists of a minor change to a single theme woo template. Because of an unannounced modification to a plugin template file in the most recent woo update, we must replace it with our own code before we can offer sophisticated customization options to our users. A very unpleasant woo notice appears in the dashboard if a theme’s Woo override templates don’t “sync” with Woo’s template numbering scheme, even though this is seldom an issue (never for our theme). Woo added a class to the code for the Search button (permits for narrowly focused customisation via css), yet this has no effect on the theme override template. To help our woo customers get rid of the woo nags, we upgraded the theme’s build.
You should now see the change in your site’s administration panel after it was reviewed and accepted by ThemeForest and published to your site using our own update API.
Our live sample site now utilises Striking MultiFlex 22.214.171.124, WordPress 6.1, the most recent version of WooCommerce, and the brand-new capability of storing locally Google Fonts, meaning there is no need to make a font request to the Google Fonts API.
Although not a security patch, the latest WordPress core version brings several adjustments in the name of furthering the Gutenberg Builder. The fundamentals of WordPress have no effect Content display may be affected, notably for the Revolution Slider and other complex 3rd party plugins, by changes to the WordPress core code (such as event and forum plugins).
- jQuery by John Resig
- jQuery gmap plugin by Cedric Kastner
- jQuery Kwicks plugin by
- jQuery Easing plugin by George McGinley Smith
- jQuery Nivo Slider plugin by Gilbert Pellegrom
- jQuery Quicksand plugin by Jacek Galanciak
- jQuery Tools plugin by Tero Piirainen
- jQuery Tweet plugin by seaofclouds
- html5doctor.com Reset Stylesheet by Richard Clark
- Breadcrumbs Plus Plugin by Luis Alberto Ochoa
- WP-PageNavi Plugin by Lester ‘GaMerZ’ Chan
- The Ultimate Free Web Designer’s Icon Set by Vitaly Friedman
- Social Network Icon Pack by Komodo Media, Rogie King
- User Interface Design Framework by Webalys
- flickr creative commons library pictures by ajari, aussiegall, hamed, nattu, visualpanic, xjrlokix
- Aaargh by Tup Wanders
- Andika Basic by SIL International
- Aurulent Sans by Stephen G. Hartke
- Blokletters by LeFly
- Candela by La Tipomatika
- Chelsea by Dieter Steffmann
- ChunkFive by The League of Moveable Type
- Cicle by La Tipomatika
- Colaborate by Ralph Oliver du Carrois
- Daniel by Daniel Midgley
- Droid Serif by Google Android
- Hattori Hanzo by Roman Shamin
- Imperator by Paul Lloyd
- Liberation Sans byRed Hat
- Nobile by Vernon Adams
- Oregon LDO by Luke Owens
- PT Sans by Paratype
- Quicksand by Andrew Paglinawan
- Segan by firstname.lastname@example.org
- Luna by Carolina Mejia Villegas
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