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.
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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.
Most WordPress themes are about more graphics, more bling, more spots for banners ads and customization out the wazoo. There’s surely a place for some of that. But some people started blogging to, you know, write. The Erudite is a WordPress theme for writers. You can see it in action, or go to the project […]
Today the WordPress developers announced the re-opening of the (long awaited) new and improved WP theme directory. Although some questions remain, this is a very welcome announcement.