As promised, we are pleased to announce that our latest update to Simple:Press – version 5.5.2 – is now available for download.
This is quite a small release and the main developments were outlined in the recent update post Version 5.5.2 – What’s Coming. As always, there are also the usual selection of more minor enhancements, changes and bug fixes – the full list being available in the toolbox change log.
There have been no CSS/Theme changes in this release – just a few changes to template display functions and a couple of new and interesting items. Full details for the curious can be found – as always – in our codex section 5.5.2 Theme Changes.
As a very rough and tentative guide we are planning the next update to coincide with the release of WordPress 4.1 including some specific support for that version – so unless anything major comes along to disrupt that, we are expecting this some time in December.
Here in England we have unarguably had our best summer for several years and while we are now technically well into autumn it is at the end of this very day that we put back the clocks as BST comes to a sad end which for me really does signify summer has passed. I will be drinking a toast to it at sunset.
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