Responsive Theme Changelog

Let’s see What Changes are being going on in Responsive Theme

Version 4.6.3

New

  • Improve Customizer Speed with react based controls.
  • Added hook for custom header and footer in child theme.

Fixes

  • Changed – responsive_wp_title() to responsive_title() instead.
  • removed wp_filesystem() dependent code from typography.
  • Shop Page Sidebar, Product Page Sidebar not working unless Blog Page Sidebar & Single Post Sidebar are not enabled.
  • Elementor Page for Product Archive shows multiple Product Title & Add to Cart Button.
  • Console error related to the floating bar when a product page is designed using Elementor template.
  • Last item in menu should be actually last item even if menu cart icon is enabled.
  • When user tabs through dropdown menus, previous unfocused dropdowns should be hidden & only focused dropdown should be expanded.
  • Issues with ‘Spread Menu and Last Item’ option with different header settings after enabling last element in menu.
  • Dropdown icon css broken on wp forms.
  • Unable to update ‘About Me widget image’
  • bbPress All Forums Page, Box background color should not be applied to forum rows. It should be applied only to the boxed page outside the forums list table.

Version 4.6.2

New

  • Added stack option for mobile menu
  • Added hover style option for menu items
  • Added Menu Hover Background color option and Sub-Menu Hover Background color option
  • Added Submenu container top offset
  • Added option to hide footer copyright on particular device
  • Added option to hide footer widget on particular device
  • Added option to align footer widgets
  • Added option to hide breadcrumb on a particular page

Fixes

  • Main Menu – Dropdown icon
  • Blog page sidebar goes below the content in IE
  • Added space between tags in meta items

Version 4.6.1

Fixes

  • Added dismissible notice on the dashboard

Version 4.6.0

New

  • Added option for floating add to cart bar on single product pages
  • Added option to open copyright link in new tab
  • Added a new widget : About Me

Fixes

  • Footer – Default link should not apply to Powered by text
  • Main Menu – Accessibility issue for submenu in smaller devices
  • Fixed dropdown icon not appearing when no menu is set

Version 4.5.6

Fixes

  • Mobile sub-menu links are not clickable

Version 4.5.5

New

  • Main Menu – Added Submenu container border option
  • Main Menu – Added Submenu divider option
  • Toggle Button Style added for Primary Header
  • Toggle Button Label added for Primary Header
  • Introduced background image options
  • Option to hide/show ‘tags’ on blog page and single post page
  • Add Paragraph Margin Bottom Option

Fixes

  • Main Menu – If last item in menu is button, global button settings should apply to it
  • Main Menu – Toggle button displayed at wrong location in customizer
  • Breadcrumbs issue with sub categories

Version 4.5.4

Fixes

  • Mobile menu links are not clickable

Version 4.5.3

New

  • Hide the Last Item in Menu on Mobile Device
  • Different Logo for Mobile Devices
  • Option to Disable Menu
  • Bottom Border width for Primary Header
  • Transparent header Bottom Border Size
  • Breadcrumb Spacing
  • Add Paragraph Margin Bottom Option
  • Footer – Border Size, and Border Color

Fixes

  • WooCommerce sidebar position not working for the category page
  • On Custom homepage, make the alt tag dynamic
  • Submenu in mobile devices now open on arrow click

Version 4.5.2

Fixes

  • Improved theme preview on wordpress.org

Version 4.5.1

New

  • Option to open social links in new tab

Fixes

  • Search icon in the sidebar is not aligned when padding is applied from customizer
  • WooCommerce sidebar is not appearing on the Cart and Checkout page
  • Mobile Menu breakpoint is set to 767

Version 4.5.0

New

  • Restructured Customizer to improve the usage

Fixes

  • PHP warning while adding or updating a post
  • Removed h3 class from the site title

Version 4.4.6

Fixes

  • Search icon added for the search widget in the sidebar.
  • Table cells border for Cart page

Version 4.4.5

New

  • Feature to add link to copyright text in the footer

Fixes

  • Mini cart widget in header fixed after Ajax based Add to Cart action in WooCommerce
  • Active Sub Menu Link color not getting reflected after changes in customizer
  • WooCommerce Sidebar responsiveness issues on WooCommerce pages
  • Table cell border were not displayed for default theme templates
  • WooCommerce Checkout page display issues on mobile devices
  • Single Product page responsiveness issue when there are multiple gallery images

Version 4.4.4

New

  • Added Color Options for Active Menu and Submenu.

Fixes

  • Removed description on product pages.
  • Accessibility issues for the menu.
  • Changed design of Checkout Page ( Increase width from Customizer/Woocommerce/Checkout )

Version 4.4.3

New

  • Added search icon in Main Menu.

Fixes

  •  Removed excluded categories posts from single post navigation.

Version 4.4.0

New

  • Header Widgets color for transparent header.
  • Responsive page options to set transparent header, content width, sidebar position and layout style for each page separately.

Fixes

  • Gutenberg Template – Mobile Responsive issue.

Version 4.3.9

New

  • New option to add Retina Ready logo.
  • Responsive is now WPML compatible.

Fixes

  • Conflict with Plugin ‘WP Mailto Links’.

Version 4.3.8

New

Version 4.3.7

New

  • Option to set different colors for header and menu in the transparent header.
  • Option to hide and show copyright icon and year

Version 4.3.6

Fixes

  • Added wp_body_open action hook for backward compatibility.

Version 4.3.5

New

  • Added color Skins to use different color scheme across the website

Improvement

  • Faster Customizer Performance – Typography changes in customizer speed improved using a partial refresh.

Fixes

  • Minor CSS Fixes for responsive devices.

Version 4.3.4

New

  • Added Gutenberg blocks Compatibility.

Fixes

  • Pagination on archive page.

Version 4.3.3

New

  • Added Improved Screenshot.

Fixes

  • License Information.

Version 4.3.2

New

  • Starter content for new users.

Fixes

  • Breadcrumb shows random characters
  • Minor CSS issues.

Version 4.3.1

New

  • Improved Custom Homepage.

Version 4.3.0

New

  • Added Framework Improvement.
  • Added Improved Customizer Performance: Color Control, Font Control, Checkboxes, etc.
  • Added RTL Support

  • Added Option to update Sidebar Color

  • Added Featured Image size controller option

Version 4.2.4

Fixes

  • Theme Homepage link
  • Homepage featured section renders html

Version 4.2.3

New

  • Added accessibility ready support.

Fixes

  • Coupon code is not working on Checkout page.
  • Language translations – German

Version 4.2.2

Fixes

  • Option to edit footer copyright text.

Version 4.2.1

Fixes

  • Improved Screnshot.
  • Del.eted – Google Plus link option

Version 4.2.0

New

  • Addedd Image Licenses.

Fixes

  • Schema.org compatibility.

Version 4.1.9

Fixes

  • Schema.org compatibility.

Version 4.1.8

New

  • Added Language Translations

Fixes

  • Removed redundant code from theme.

Version 4.1.7

New

  • License for the Images and third party scripts.
  • Translation Support.

Fixes

  • Removed redundant code from theme.

Version 4.1.6

Fixes

  • Removed redundant code from theme.
  • Compatibility with Mega Menu plugin.

Version 4.1.5

New

  • Option to add script in header and footer.
  • Added translations for theme options page.
  • Updated copyrights.

Version 4.1.4

Fixes

  • Improved style.css

Version 4.1.3

Fixes

  • Improved style.css

Version 4.1.2

Fixes

  • Improved style.css

Version 4.1.1

Fixes

  • Improved Readme.

Version 4.1.0

New

  • Added option to control content width of Single Page, Blog Page and Cart Page.
  • Added Option to add menu toggle button in desktop by increasing width of Mobile Menu Breakpoint.
  • Added Compatibility with latest Elementor.
  • Added Option to add WooCommerce mini cart in menu.
  • Added Option to enable WooCommerce cross-sells.
  • Refactored Sticky Header option. Added to Responsive Pro plugin.
  • Refactored Scroll to top option. Added to Responsive Pro plugin.

Improvement

  • Optimized CSS and reduced bloat.

Fixes

  • Removed deprecated page templates, widget areas and other theme elements.
  • Removed the data-vocabulary schema (Google is going to stop support from April 6, 2020)
  • Schema.org attributes for all the major markup elements.
  • Breadcrumb compatibility with Yoast SEO.
  • Mobile menu scrolling issue for dropdown items.

Version 4.0.5

Improvement

  • Improved Screenshot.

Version 4.0.4

Fixes

  • Header Typography settings are not applied.
  • Icon for submenu navigation.
  • Default setting are not rendered in Customizer.

Version 4.0.3

Fixes

  • Sale bubble styling for Woocommerce blocks in Gutenberg.
  • CSS for blog page.
  • CSS for header widgets.
  • Background color issue for full width page template.

Version 4.0.2

Fixes

  • If earlier layout is full-width-layout or full-width-no-box then default layout is set to fullwidth-content.

Version 4.0.1

Fixes

  • Prevent WooCommerce CSS from loading on non-woocommerce pages.

Version 4.0

New

  • Separate layout options for pages.
  • Header width option.
  • Menu position options.
  • Header and Footer widgets.
  • Width option for sidebars.

Deleted

  • Top Menu and the Sub-header Menu were removed.
  • Removed rollback option.
  • Deprecated page templates – Blog full post, Blog 3 Column, Blog Excerpt Summary, Content/Sidebar, Content/Sidebar Half, Sidebar/Content, Sidebar/Content Half, Landing Page, Sitemap.
  • Removed widget areas – Left Sidebar, Left Sidebar Half Page, Right Sidebar, Right Sidebar Half Page, Gallery Sidebar, Colophon Widget, Footer Widget.

Fixes

  • HTML markup changes.

Version 3.3

New

  • Header padding option.
  • Menu padding option.

Fixes

  • Sub menu color issue.

Version 3.26.1

Fixes

  • Fatal error on activation.

Version 3.25

New

  • Registered new sidebar for WooCommerce.
  • Added WooCommerce shop page layout Options.
  • Improved Accessibility.
  • Added border color option of mobile menu.

Fixes

  • Mobile menu related bugs.

Version 3.24

New

  • Rollback functionality for theme.
  • Mobile menu toggle button color option.

New

  • Gutenberg editor support.

Fixes

  • Home page template issue.

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