It’s been awhile, haven’t it? First of all, a quick status update on the Notes themes. Notes Blog hits 1.0 in a little bit, I’m working on this one right now actually. It might or might not be released on wordpress.org this year, but you’ll be able to download it soon enough at least. Notes […]
I’m cleaning house with sites and domains and projects and whatnots. That means that there’ll be some changes with notesblog.com and how themes are demonstrated. More later, this is just a heads-up.
There will be one more Notes Blog release before 1.0, and it is around the corner. Stay tuned.
I’m afraid I can’t submit the bugfix release for Notes Blog Core Theme, since wordpress.org won’t accept themes with “Theme” in the title. I’m totally fine with that, but it seems I can’t change the name, and obviously this rule didn’t exist when Core was submitted. Get the update here. More soon.
I have submitted an update, primarily bug fixes but also some minor additions (nothing that will break your child themes), of the Notes Blog Core Theme to wordpress.org. Version 1.0.3 should be available there shortly, but you can get it here too if you can’t wait to update. Not to be mixed up with the Notes Blog theme. More on the future of Core later.
Friends, below is the public beta version of the brand new Notes Blog theme. It will be on wordpress.org when it is time for the final 1.0 release, but if you can’t wait then by all means try the beta. It is under these conditions that I’m releasing it, so pay attention! If you download […]
You might be interested to know that this site is running on WordPress 3.1 RC2. Obviously the upcoming Notes Blog works perfectly well with this release, and will in fact require it. Expect the first public release when 3.1 is out!
As you’ve probably seen, this very site is looking a bit different. Say hi to Notes Blog, detailed in a previous post and showcased twice as well. The public beta version is due very soon but I thought it was about time we switched over to the latest version here at the very least.
Notes Blog is out in private beta (get the background here in case you missed in) which means that some people are using it already. I showed you ProToolerBlog before, but here are some other shots of the theme in action.
Björn Sennbrink have released a child theme for the upcoming Notes Blog theme, which is out in private beta at the moment. It is called HFO WordPress Child Theme and displays posts from a custom post type on the front page, rather than the default post listing. You might want to hack it for your own needs.