Tag Archives: the erudite

The Erudite 2.6 released

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. […]

The Erudite 2.0 Released

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 […]

The Erudite 1.4 Released

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.

The Erudite 1.3 Released

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, […]

The Erudite 1.1 Released

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.