Widget rules is a mechanism which introduces a completely new way of managing website widgets.Now in new version we have hide all features inside one button [Widget Rules]. It occurs in all the widgets available in WordPress. After switching the button on the following options should be displayed under each widget.
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GavernWP has an update section which allows access to information about whether the theme has been updated to the latest version. To access an updates panel, use the “Updates” submenu from the main menu of a theme’s options:
To simplify the use of shortcodes found in themes based upon the GavernWP framework, a button for a theme’s typography has been implemented and is available in the post editor:
GavernWP fully supports translations. Due to differences resulting from the use of JSON files to generate theme options, a theme’s translation should be done in three places:
GavernWP provides basic support for a new option introduced from WordPress 3.4 – an options editor with theme preview. Now, the most important options associated with a theme’s style and layouts have been implemented to a live editor.
Every theme’s subpage in GavernWP is created based upon one file from the theme’s main catalog, e.g. single.php, and at least four additional files from the layouts catalog:
A theme’s CSS code is divided amongst a series of files loaded in a specified order. All of these files are found in the catalog css. The order of these files is very important; any alteration may cause unpredictable changes to the theme’s look as a result of switching from general styling to detailed styling… Continue reading →
We’ve decided to use the JSON format for storage of theme configuration settings and option layouts of the administration panel. This makes the GavernWP framework very flexible.
The GavernWP Framework has an extensive file structure. Although similar to the standard file structure used for the majority of GavickPro themes, additional elements are included in support of additional functions.
The GavernWP framework makes it possible – and very easy — to create themes based upon Responsive Web Design. That is why it includes two additional CSS styles:
Changes to content of an administration panel is very easy using the GavernWP framework. The framework is based upon a series of JSON files which contain sets of options. This approach allows new options to be easily created, and new options made available in an administration panel.
There are occasionally situations when you need to replicate the configuration of one installation onto another. To simplify this exercise, GavernWP comes equipped with the ability to easily import and export a theme’s settings. This function is found on the “Import/Export” tab of a template’s main menu: