For users of the popular Genesis framework by Studiopress be sure to update your installs today to version 2.3.
The update should ensure your site is ready for WordPress 4.6 in a couple weeks time.
Of the update, the developers write, “Occasionally, even the most mature software needs a little freshening up. Instead of focusing on big new features and large changes, we opted to go through the backlog of bug reports and enhancement suggestions. The result is a much more polished and stable Genesis Framework.”
Release notes for the release indicate the following new feature:
A CHANGELOG.md file for the project. (yay!)
Update to normalize.css 4.1.1.
Update our theme tags in style.css.
Improve the look of the settings screens.
Pass entry image link through the markup API.
Add a toolbar link to CPT archive settings when viewing a CPT archive.
Add shortcodes for site title and home link.
Enable after entry widget area for all post types via post type support.
Hide layout selector when only one layout is supported.
Use TinyMCE (visual editor) for archive intro text input.
Allow foreign language characters in content limit functions.
Add accessibility to the paginated post navigation.
Allow adjacent single entry navigation via post type support.
Added relative_depth parameter to date shortcodes.
And also the following bug fixes:
Use correct class for superfish hover state.
Prevent empty footer widgets markup.
Prevent empty spaces in entry footer of CPTs.
Prevent author shortcode from outputting empty markup when no author is assigned.
Disable author box on entries where post type doesn’t support author.
Disable author shortcode output if author is not supported by post type.
Fix issue with no sitemap when running html5 and no a11y support for 404 page.
Exclude posts page from page selection dropdown in Featured Page widget.
Remove type hinting in Genesis_Admin_CPT_Archive_Settings constructor to prevent fatal error in WordPress 4.6.