Elbee Elgee 1.3.6 Released

It’s official: I’ve shipped Elbee Elgee version 1.3.6. After trials and tribulations aplenty, it’s finally ready to go. Hit the official download page to grab a copy, or go to your Updates page to automatically upgrade.
While it would be tempting to call this a simple bugfix, there are several things to note. From the release notes:

  • Features Added
    • Greater CSS flexibility (selectors aren’t as specific, allowing for easier child theming)
  • Issues Fixed
    • BuddyPress “Load More” link in Activity streams actually, you know, loads more.
    • bbPress support updated for all the proper bbP hooks, so certain plugins that weren’t working before now POOF magically work again.
    • Default search results if nothing is found were… blank. D’oh! Fixed.
    • BuddyPress Groups widget AJAX now works to load groups on the fly.

So, download away and, as always, let me know if you run into any issues!
PS: Please, if you like my theme and/or find it useful, go to the official page and give it a rating — there’s only a single, solitary rating thus far. I’d be much obliged.

17 Comments

  1. My “Primary Navigation Menu” Main Menu broke with the latest Elbee Elgee theme update. Menu items that previously displayed horizontally are now displayed in a vertical list. Is there an option fix that I haven’t found?

  2. I’m having the same problems as Chad. I’ve tried rebuilding the menus completely and it’s still listing things horizontally.
    I’ve tried 3 separate computers, using IE Explorer, Firefox and Chrome

    • Rich:
      Do you have any caching plugins installed? Is it the website linked to in your profile? It looks correct to me from here…

      • No caching plug-ins. It’s the swanton.net site that’s in my profile.
        Under “Departments” and “Public Safety” I’m seeing things arranged in a block, half horizontal & half veriticle

        • Rich:
          Looking into it. Are all those menu items at the same “level”? That is to say, are they all simply “children” of the Departments/Public Safety menu items?

        • Rich:
          I don’t know how it happened, but it looks like you’ve got older versions of the CSS files.
          Can you try to re-upload the theme? In particular, the fact that the YUI CSS reset stuff is still in your style.css and not in styles/ng-base.css is a dead giveaway.

  3. Thanks – I had tried re-installing through WordPress with no luck. I downloaded the .zip from here and installed that one and it took care of it.

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