New addition in this version of RedLine is that it uses bigger header image as you can see it on the screenshot.
Added Filipino language, thanks to Morten Elm.
This version is fully compatible with new WordPress 3.5 as well as HTML5 and CSS3 standards.
Changes in version 2.5.0
- Added Filipino language
- Added correct header for IE
- Fixed custom-header support
- Fixed custom-background support
- New version of Modernizr
- Changed the height of header image
- New image used as default header
- Added picture in top-widget area
- Updated translation files
- Other minor CSS and code improvements
There are lot of improvements since version 2.0 of RedLine theme. The most interesting feature in this release is the print-friendly layout, it does not affect how the content looks like on the monitor, it only helps your content to be printed correctly. Although the theme had some basic print CSS from the begging in version 2.1.0 it was improved significantly.
Following new languages were added:
If you want to make a translation, read this post RedLine theme has multilingual interface or fork it from GitHub github.com/Fingli/redline
New year comes along with new version of Redline. The main changes here are adding two new localizations – Russian and Turkish.
I’d like to express my thanks to Shukhrat Namanov for Russian translation and to Ersan Özdil for Turkish localization.
So along with Spanish locale by Antonio Moulet the theme RedLine is yet available in the most popular languages.
Link for DOWNLOAD at WordPress repository: http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/redline
There are a lot of code improvements since previous 0.5 version. Since v.1.0. RedLine has changeable background and supports thumbnail images in posts on index (home) page. The menus in header are customizable trough admin-area.
Also there is a new language – RedLine now ‘speaks’ German thanks to René Galuba and Christian Stührmann
The future is here. RedLine 0.5 is ready for download at WordPress depository now. The main difference from older versions is that RedLine 0.5 is compatible with HTML5 standard.
There are some enhancements in user interface and in admin options too. In admin panel you’ll find the option to change the header image simply by uploading new image through WordPress, without touching any code 😉 and up to four (new added) widget areas in footer.