This post is not specifically Divi related, but I believe it touches a topic that might help WordPress users in having less frustration with updates to plugins and WordPress.
Some 6 months ago I joined the support team of Modern Tribe, the creators of The Events Calendar and it’s add-ons. (Best job and team I ever had! I love you guys!) Usually, when a new release comes out (maintenance or major) the number of questions and complaints increases. Sometimes new bugs are discovered and occasionally an update can wreck a website, no matter how thoroughly the QA team tests it before release. These complaints have inspired this post.
The amazing Divi 3.0 is out (for some time now) and fellow Divi enthusiast, Andrej found this the right time to put together an infographic on the history of Divi. Without further ado, here it comes:
Yesterday I read about the coming Divi 2.4 update, which will be packed with a whole bunch of new features. (Read the Elegant Themes sneak peek here.) It’s going to be amazing!
Today I was surprised to see on my Dashboard the Divi 2.3.2 update being available. I quickly logged in to the ET members area to check the changelog, but it is not yet available there.
But after the update – I trusted nothing will break 🙂 – I checked the changelog, and it says the following:
version 2.3.2 ( updated 04-23-2015 )
- Fixed the issue with Aweber, breaking Page Builder on some servers, when no settings were defined
- Added minor security hardening
- Bumped version number
So we got an Aweber bug fixed and tougher security.
Thanks Elegant Themes! Keep up the good work!
I wonder what’s coming tomorrow… 🙂
Since version 3.5 WordPress has a new color picker, the HiDPI-ready, CSS gradient-based color picker called Iris.
Recently when I was developing custom sites for some clients I needed to use their corporate identity colors and I got tired of copy-pasting the different hex codes in the color picker all the time. So I started to look for a way to add custom colors to the color picker. At the end I succeeded. Read on to see how you can do it as well.