The Erudite 2.6 has been released. It’s not yet available in the themes repo as I write this, but you can download it from the project page. 2.6 includes support for WP 3.0’s new nav menus, which puts you in full control of your header. If you have only one nav menu, it’ll use it. […]
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I’ve released v2.0 of The Erudite, which has 2 oft-requested features in it: A dark theme option An option to use categories instead of pages for the top menu I figured throwing in a whole new color scheme justified a 2.0 designation. Although I still like the original color scheme the best, the new one has its […]
I’ve bumped The Erudite to version 1.4 today. This release adds the ability to turn off the dynamic header and footer, and adds a few small typographic fixes surrounding the display of nested lists. You can download this release over at the project page, or from the WP.org themes directory whenever they update it.
This release fixes an issue with displaying pingbacks properly and adds a preference for disabling the dynamic “Keep Reading” functionality on the homepage. I didn’t post about 1.2, but it added a localization template to help non-English writers to translate it into their own language. You can download this release over at the project page, […]
After seeing The Erudite in the wild for a few days, I’ve cleaned a few things up and released v1.1. This is the “who’d have guessed that people would use it in ways I wouldn’t have guessed” edition. If you’re a writer who wants readers, go ahead and download it.