A new version of our WordPress framework, MeetGavernWP v. 1.9.3, was released last week. This update fixes some issues that arose due to changes introduced in the latest version of WordPress, version 3.9, and also brings some of its own improvements, which are described below.
Our GavernWP v. 1.9.1 free WordPress framework update has been released!
GavernWP WordPress framework Quick Tip #10 Post Additional parameters
GavernWP WordPress theme framework Quick Tip #9 Widget styles modifications
GavernWP WordPress theme framework Quick Tip #8 – Editing labels of Custom Post Fields
MeetGavernWP v.1.9 has been released!
A new version of our WordPress framework – MeetGavernWP has been released. This update fixes many small issues and contains a few new features. Additionally, all Quickstart packages have been updated to support WordPress 3.7.1.
Following our last big update, we’ve decided to keep the next two updates much smaller. So, GavernWP v.1.8 is a simply a maintenance release with a few small features. Additionally, all Quickstart packages have been updated to support WordPress 3.6.
Meet GavernWP v.1.7 released!
This release represents our biggest update yet to the GavernWP framework, and is based upon nearly one hundred – 100! – code commits. This update fixes many small issues, and incorporates many new features. The most important features are described in this article, while the complete list may be found in the commits list.
GavernWP WordPress theme framework Quick Tip #7 – Unwanted Custom Post Fields
There is a problem that is common to certain WordPress plugins: some of them don’t properly store their post data. The plugin data specific to each post is stored in the Custom Post Fields, but without an underscore (“_”) at the beginning of the field name.
The Meet Gavern WordPress Theme now boasts WPML plugin compatibility!
We have great news for all users needing multi-language support on their WordPress pages: our popular and always free Meet GavernWP theme for WordPress supports the wonderful WPML plugin! This has been possible since version 1.6.2 released February 27th thanks to the advice and testing of the WPML Team!