With the release of Portfolio Mgmt. 1.0.8, we are happy to announce that themes and plugins now have access to three filter hooks which allow for amending all of the default custom post type or custom taxonomy arguments.
When WordPress introduced the Theme Customization API in version 3.4, we quickly jumped on board and made the decision that all of our subsequent theme releases would, by default, support this. As theme developers, we now had a core based solution for adding theme specific options that would not break the WordPress experience and I could not be happier.
WordPress 3.6: Oscar is fresh out of the oven and, boy, it is filled with all types of publishing deliciousness. We wanted to let all of customers know that we have updated all of our demo servers to this latest stable release and tested each individual theme’s performance. We are happy to report that all themes are performing as expected and, if you are currently running the latest stable release of one of our themes, feel free to update WordPress 3.6 by following the update directions.
Of course, we we will be monitoring every theme over the next few weeks checking all of the nooks and crannies. If you encounter any issues we may have missed, please let us know by opening a topic on the Customer Support website.
As always, happy publishing!
To coincide with the relaunch of the We Are Pixel8 website, we have rebranded the Customer Support website as well. Using your valued feedback and suggestions, we have addressed the varied issues of readability and usability site wide.
In August of 2012, we decided to take down the We Are Pixel8 website because the company was going through a restructuring period. We had lost one of our principals and were transitioning the company from client work to a theme only shop. We put together the ubiquitous landing page and set about returning within a couple of months. Holy time-lapse, Batman! Has it been a year already?