Sprachkonstrukt2

a dark, html5-based wordpress theme

2.3.6 released

Version 2.3.6 of sprachkonstrukt2 has been released.
It is a bugfix release addressing some bugs in 2.3.5.

Changelog:

Version 2.3.6:

  • better handling of long titles and large menus
  • removed favicon due to WordPress guidelines
  • Archives Widget uses new API. Existing Widgets have to be re-added to sidebars.
  • various code fixes

Version 2.3.5:

  • added drop-down sub-menus to main menu
  • added second widget area at bottom
  • added Flattr button in admin backend
  • updated Modernizr to version 2.5.3

The update is available via the built-in updater, on wordpress.org or manually from here: http://sprachkonstrukt2.deyhle-webdesign.com/download/

2.3.5 released

Version 2.3.5 of sprachkonstrukt2 was just released.
It is a feature release delivering two of the most wanted features: drop down menus and another widget area!

Changelog:

  • added drop-down sub-menus to main menu
  • added second widget area at bottom
  • added Flattr button in admin backend
  • updated Modernizr to version 2.5.3

The update is currently under review on wordpress.org. But you can already install it manually from here: http://sprachkonstrukt2.deyhle-webdesign.com/download/

2.3.4 released [Update]

Version 2.3.4 of sprachkonstrukt2 was just released.
It is a bugfix release addressing user-reported issues. Thanks for that!

Changelog:

  • added support for YouTube, LinkedIn, 500px in Social Bookmark Bar
  • fixed a bug displaying duplicated content on category-, tag- and search pages
  • fixed a bug where replies to author-comments also were styled like author comments
  • simplified css colors

The update is currently under review on wordpress.org. But you can already install it manually from here: http://sprachkonstrukt2.deyhle-webdesign.com/download/

Update: Version 2.3.4 is now available on wordpress.org and via the built-in updater.

2.3.3 released

Version 2.3.3 of sprachkonstrukt2 was just released.
It is a small bugfix release addressing minor issues with 2.3.2

Changelog:

  • added link to social menu documentation to readme.txt
  • minor code improvements (footer.php, functions.php, searchform.php)

Get it here: http://sprachkonstrukt2.deyhle-webdesign.com/download/

2.3.2 released

Version 2.3.2 of sprachkonstrukt2 was just released.
It is a small bugfix release addressing minor issues with 2.3.2

Changelog:

  • added links to previous and next posts for every posting
  • added display of categories
  • removed “Comments Off” on postings with deactivated comment function
  • fixed display of search widget, calendar widget and widgets with long titles

2.3.1 released

Version 2.3.1 of sprachkonstrukt2 was just released.
It is a small bugfix release addressing minor issues with 2.3.

Changelog:

  • added readme.txt with a brief documentation
  • added permalink to all posts and sites (#)
  • using echo home_url() instead of bloginfo(url) in header.php
  • code improvements on sidebar
  • fixed translation issues
  • changed theme url to this blog’s url

2.3 released

Version 2.3 of sprachkonstrukt2 was just released.

Changelog:

  • now there is only one link to this site in the footer, and it’s a correct one now
  • fixed comment list styles and line breaks in comments
  • fixed dates not showing up on second post at same day
  • removed http://browser-update.org/ script
  • updated Google Profile Button in the social button menu to the new Google+ look
  • renamed theme options page to “Theme Info”
  • updated Screenshot

Known Errors:

  • Theme Homepage in the main .css file still links to my private blog, not to this website

Readability Test

All children, except one, grow up. They soon know that they will grow up, and the way Wendy knew was this. One day when she was two years old she was playing in a garden, and she plucked another flower and ran with it to her mother. I suppose she must have looked rather delightful, for Mrs. Darling put her hand to her heart and cried, “Oh, why can’t you remain like this for ever!” This was all that passed between them on the subject, but henceforth Wendy knew that she must grow up. You always know after you are two. Two is the beginning of the end.

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