Notes Blog Core Theme will get a new name to better fit into the naming conventions established in this post. Another reason to change the name is that it really shouldn’t have been approved on wordpress.org in the first place, themes aren’t supposed to have “theme” in their names, so I’d like to remedy that as well. The new name will most likely just be Notes Core or perhaps Notes Sandbox. More on that later.
Ladies and gentlemen, it is about time I talk a bit more about what’s going on with the Notes concept. Yes, that’s right, it’s just “Notes” now, for reasons which I’m sure will be obvious in the coming weeks. And yes, it’s weeks now, not months… The Notes concept consists of three major theme tracks, […]
It has been quite some time since I featured a site using the Notes Blog Core theme. I’ll get better with that in the future, promise, so be sure to send me your links if you’ve done something cool with the theme.
Work with Notes Blog Core 1.1 took a leap last night. I have separated some functionality from index.php, which means a few new template files have been added. This to avoid some reported child theming bugs in WordPress when relying on index.php files in some cases, not a Core issue per se, but still. No child theme should be affected by this change.
To make Notes Blog Core a bit easier to work with, I’m considering splitting up the stylesheet in several files, instead of having everything in style.css. This might not matter so much right now as the stylesheet isn’t overly complicated nor long, but when adding support for plugins and new features it might be a […]
I’m pleased to announce that version 1.0.2 of Notes Blog Core is available from the wordpress.org themes directory. You can also update it from within your WordPress install if you’re running it already, or install it that way. Just click Themes and take it from there. Core 1.0.2 is a bugfix release, so it is […]
I have submitted version 1.0.2 of Notes Blog Core to the themes directory over at wordpress.org. It fixes a few issues mentioned in the comments on the Core page, and will hopefully put an end to them as well.