Version 1.1.2

I’ve just uploaded version 1.1.2 which makes use of the new edit_theme_options capability introduced in 14111.  You can see Ryan Boren’s post on wpdevel for information about the new capability.  The download link in the header has the updated theme.

About Aaron Jorbin

Developer and teacher, Aaron speaks around the country on Open Source Software Development. Aaron is currently the Senior Interactivity Engineer for Privia Health where he is focused on building great user experiences. Formerly at AddThis where Aaron worked on publisher products used by fourteen million domains and one point three billion users every month. Aaron has contributed to WordPress and other open source projects including leading development of Phetric and slidedown.js. A graduate of Northern Michigan University, Aaron continues to be involved in higher education by serving as a simulation director for an international education conference. When not in front of his computer, Aaron can often be found with a glass of whisky or beer in his hand discussing international politics, sports and open source software.
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8 Responses to Version 1.1.2

  1. Bruce Wampler says:

    I’ve been playing with your latest version of Thirty Ten, and I have found a problem – it is either in Thirty Ten, or in WP 3, but I’m inclined to think it is thirty ten.

    Symptoms: try to install a different theme when thirty ten is the current theme. You do not get the “Install” button on the pop up box when click to Install from a list of themes from the Install Themes menu.

    You do get a button with twenty ten, or in fact with any other theme I’ve tried. Seems very strange that the theme would break an interface element in the admin page, but this seems to be the case.

  2. Bruce Wampler says:

    Correction –

    Thirty Ten makes the popup Install Now box very wide internally, so that the Install Now button requires scrolling the popup box left.

    Not exactly wrong, but a very surprising thing. Again, surprising that the theme changes the (internal) width of an admin element.

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  4. Paul says:

    Hi, I can’t find any download link for v1.1.3. Can you post one please?

  5. Joel Schmidt says:

    Love ThirtyTen! However:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function twentyten_cat_list() in /home/benedict16/thepracticingcatholic.com/wp-content/themes/thirtyten/loop-author.php on line 141

    Please advise. Thanks, and keep up the great work!

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