I am pleased to let you know that I have updated TheMightyMoo! WordPress theme. Download it here. The most recent update:
- deletes the “wp_query” function that was accidentally left in the last release. This was causing some of your installs to totally not work. Sorry about that. Many thanks to Paulo for pointing this out!
- fixes padding in the sidebars.
- formatting of child pages in sidebars.
- removed the list of links in the sidebars. (Don’t worry – you can add this easily in your “Widgets” panel.
Once testing is complete, I will release version 1.3 – YEAH!! Hopefully by the end of June.
Thank you for your patience and words of encouragement. If you want to see a feature implimented, send me an email or reply to this post.
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