Mojo 2017-10-16T11:58:10+00:00

Mojo Documentation

*Below instructions assume you have already have WordPress and WordPress e-Commerce plugin installed. If not go here to download WordPress and here to download WordPress e-Commerce Plugin or here to download WordPress WooCommerce Plugin.

Theme Installation Option 1 (Quick Way)

* For first time new installation only. For updates, see Info & Tips section.
Download the theme zip file from your Splashing Pixels member dashboard to your computer.~Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (Dashboard)~Click on the Appearance tab~Click on Themes link~Click on the Upload link on top~Click on the Browse and select the zip file you downloaded~Click on the Install Now button~Now click on the Activate link~Enjoy, your theme is now ready to go!

 

Theme Installation Option 2 (Manual Way)

Download the theme files from your Splashing Pixels member dashboard to your computer.~Unzip the theme folder~Connect to your server with a FTP client program (more info about FTP below)~With your FTP program navigate to the WordPress theme folder and upload your Splashing Pixels theme folder there.~Now log-in into your WordPress~Admin Panel (Dashboard)~Click on the Appearance tab~Click on the Themes link~Click on the Activate link underneath the newly uploaded theme~Enjoy, your theme is now ready to go!

What is SP Home?

The page SP Home was automatically created for you when you activated the theme. This page template drives the homepage like you see on our demo. It is recommended that you retain this page for your homepage to enable all the homepage features. You can easily just rename the title of “SP Home” to anything else you want in the WordPress dynamic menu. Although it is recommended you keep this as your homepage, if you want a totally different custom homepage of your own, you can easily do that by doing the following:
Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (Dashboard) and go to Settings->Reading~Under “Front page displays” section, set the “Front page” dropdown to a custom page you would prefer to show as your homepage.~Click “save changes” and you are done.
Frontpage Settings

About FTP

In order to install your theme you’ll need to connect with your server with an FTP client program. FTP client programs allow you to access to your server and upload, download or erase the files of your site. You must obtain the FTP login information from your hosting provider. Here are some FREE FTP client program you can use for this process:

Child-Theme

Child Theme is used when you want to customize/modify template files beyond just the CSS. It is used so that any changes you make will not affect the parent theme thus any updates to the theme will not be overwritten. You will see that within the theme zip file you downloaded, there will contain a folder called YOURTHEME-child folder. You simply copy this folder to your WordPress theme folder. Also make sure the main theme folder is also inside the WordPress theme folder. So now you should have 2 folders within the WordPress theme folder, one called YOURTHEME and the other YOURTHEME-child. Now in your WordPress backend, go to Appearances/themes and you should also see two new themes and one is denoted by CHILD. You want to activate that one.

Now you can start making changes to the template files within the child folder. You can copy individual templates from the parent theme folder to your child for modifications. Please note you do not have to copy all of the parent’s CSS styles into your child theme CSS file. You only copy what you want to modify.

Additional information on how child theme works, go here -> WordPress Child Theme Codex
Frontpage Settings

More on WordPress

If you bought this theme you most likely know what WordPress is and perhaps you already have it installed in your server. But in case you are new to WordPress and need some additional help, click here to learn more about WordPress.

Don’t Worry, Be Happy

As soon as you activate your theme you may notice that some things may appear misaligned in the frontend, don’t worry as it’s only because you don’t have any content in it yet. So just follow the rest of this theme instructions and get set up.

Uploading Your Logo

Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (Dashboard)~Click on the Theme Settings under your theme name~Click on the General Settings tab on top~Click on the Header section on the left sidebar~From there you can upload your logo or enter a valid URL that points to your logo image. You can also type your shop name and style it with the text options.~When you are ready, click Save All.

Uploading Your Favicon

Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (Dashboard)~Click on the Theme Settings under your theme name~Click on the General Settings tab on top~Click on the Header section on the left sidebar~Upload your favicon (Favicons need to be 16x16px images with extension .ico / .jpg / .png or .gif~When you are ready, click Save All.

If you need a favicon Generator click here.

Setting Up Portfolio

Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (Dashboard)~Click on Portfolio Entries to expand the menu~Click on Portfolio Categories~Create your portfolio category~Click on Portfolio Entries and add new to create your portfolio entries~Put in tags you want associated with this portfolio entry and these tags will serve as a group~Select the portfolio category you want this entry to be in~Click on featured image to load your portfolio image~Click on save~Go to pages and create a page you want associated with your portfolio~In the template dropdown, select Portfolio Template~Click on save so the portfolio options will appear~Scroll down to portfolio options and set your options there.

Building Your Navigation Menu

Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (Dashboard)~Click on the Appearance tab~Click on the Menus link
~Now you need to activate the Navigation Menu. In this example I’ll create one for the Main Menu (the menu place in the header on the top) and one for the Footer Menu but keep in mind that every theme support a different number of menus. This is just a general direction. Type in a name for the first menu (only you will see this) and click Create Menu.
Create Menu~Now create the second menu by clicking the plus icon (+), type in a name for the second menu and click Create Menu.
Create Footer Menu~In the Theme Locations module, under Top Menu (Primary Menu), select the title of the custom menu you want to activate, then under Secondary Menu select the title of the custom menu you want to activate and click Save.
Assigning Menu~Now that your navigation menu are active you can start adding menu items to them. You have the ability to create menus out of pages, blog categories, tags and so on. From the module on the left just check-mark the items you wish to add to the menu and click Add to MenuAdding Pages to Menu~To display some more options to create pages from products categories, product variations, products tags (and more) click the Screen Options drop down at the top right of your screen and check the boxes you wish to use, those modules will appear in the custom menu editor. (We recommend enabling the “Categories” as it will come in handy to build the shop pages out of products categories)
Menu Screen Options~At any time, you can change the order and placement of menu items. Drag and drop the items up and down to change the order of menu items. Drag and drop the items left and right to create sub-menu items.Reordering Menu Items~When you are ready, click Save Menu.[/sp_list]

For additional information about WordPress Menus, click here.

Alternate Homepage Layout

Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (Dashboard)~Click on Pages tab~Find and edit the page SP Home~Click on the Template dropdown in the right hand sidebar~Select the layout you want to use. The available homepage layouts are denoted by the template name (SP Home) and suffixed with a version number like (v2)

NOTE: Different layouts have different options. Once you click save after having selected the template layout, you may see new options on the edit page. For example a box for alternate text if the page contains two different areas where you can enter text.

Setting Up the Homepage Welcome Text

Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (Dashboard).~Click the Pages Tab.~Find the SP Home page from the page list (This page is automatically created for you when you activated the theme)~Edit the content you wish to display here. (To make the text display in 2 columns like in our demo, refer to using our grid system shortcode)~When you are ready, click Update.

Footer Widget Configuration

Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (Dashboard)~Click on the Theme Settings under your theme name~Click on the General Settings tab on top~Click on the Widgets section on the left sidebar~Select the number of widgets you want to display in your site footer~Click Save All~Click the Appearance tab~Click the Widgets Link~Now drag the widget from the Available Widgets or Inactive Widgets area on the left into the Footer Widget modules on the right (if closed click on the triangle on the right side to open the module). When you see a dashed line appear, you can drop the widget into place.~Now your selected widgets are available in the footer of your site.

For additional information about the WordPress widgets click here.

Custom Page/Post Layout

With custom page/post layout, you’re able to override the global settings of whether you want to display sidebars or not for that particular page. This gives you unlimited control over the display of your pages. The below image shows a page layout but it works for posts too! You will find these settings in either page or post edit view.
Custom Page Layout

Custom Post Excerpt Truncate Feature

What the heck is this!? Ok let me explain. Have you ever wanted to be able to control how much text is displayed on the blog listings per post level? Well this is your chance because we have incorporated this awesome feature that gives you fine grain control over how much text to display. In addition, you can even specify what “denote” character you want to use like ellipsis..etc. If this is not set, all posts will simply use the global settings of the theme. Or you can even elect to turn this feature off and it will not truncate any text. Talk about fine grain control! You will find this setting in the post edit view.
Excerpt Truncate

e-Commerce Plugin Installation

If you don’t already have a WordPress e-Commerce plugin installed, log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (Dashboard)~Click on the Plugin tab~Click on the Add New link~Search for either “WP e-Commerce” in the search field or “woocommerce” and click the Search Plugins button~After, Click the Install Now button~Click Activate Plugin~The plugin is now ready to be used!

Creating a Product Category

This will vary slightly depending on the e-commerce plugin you’re using. We’ll go over each one for you here.

Creating a Product

This will vary slightly depending on the e-commerce plugin you’re using. We’ll go over each one for you here.

Navigation Menu Tips

  1. Changing Menu Item Titles – You can change the label and the hover-over text of menu items independently from the page name itself. To edit a page or category title, click the down arrow to the right of the item. Expand Menu
    Once expanded, enter the new label name and any desired hover-over text. The underlying page will always show its name in the original section of the menu item.
    Expanded Menu
  2. Two Columns Dropdown – If you have many items in a drop-down and it gets too long you can enable a two columns drop-down we created for this purpose. To do so click the Screen Options drop down at the top right of your screen and enable the CSS Classes, now click the down arrow to the right of the parent page that is on top of the drop-down, and in the CSS Classes (optional) text field type the word ”categories”.
    Two Column Dropdown
    Now your menu items will split in two columns. Remember to always click Save Menu.
    Two Column Menu
  3. Adding Third Level Dropdown
    Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (Dashboard)~Click the Appearance Tab~Click the Menus link~Click on the Main Menu Tab~Create the menu items you need~Drag the desired menus under the third level. The third level dropdown functions only with regular (non “Two Columns”) dropdown. (Check the Navigation Menu Tips to see how the “Two Columns” dropdown works)~When you are ready, click Save Menu
    4. Static Menu Button – To leave a menu item static so that even if clicked does not link anywhere (for example the parent menu item of a drop-down) create the item with the Custom Links module and in the URL text field simply type an #.

Creating One-Column Pages (No Sidebars)

Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (Dashboard).~Click the Pages tab~Click the Add New link~Start filling the page title and content.~Select in the Page Attributes module the “One Column Page” to have a full width page (“Default Template” includes the side widgets)One Column Page~When you are ready, click Publish.

For additional information about pages, click here.

Basic Theme Customization

There may come a time where you want to enter your own CSS styles or to override a theme style. To do so simply follow the steps here.
Create a CSS file and name it custom_styles.css~Add in the styles you want~Upload the newly created style to your theme root folder~The theme will automatically use your newly created stylesheet

NOTE: This is the best way to add in your own style as this is upgrade friendly when new versions of your theme is released. And keep in mind that only the styles you add in will be used and the rest will still reference the default style.

Advance Theme Customization

Ok so now you think you’ve gotten the hang of things and want to customize your theme even more — beyond just CSS. Now you are all ready to saddle up and play with the big boys or big girls! Well, we have just the thing for you. Our themes are equipped with child-theme capability and ready to rock. Follow the steps below to get your child-theme up and activated.
Within the theme zip file you downloaded, you will see a folder named YOURTHEME-child. Copy that folder into your themes folder. So now you should have both the regular parent theme and it’s child theme in the theme folder.~Go to your WordPress backend -> Appearance->Themes.~In here you should see both the parent theme and it’s child theme. The child theme is denoted by having Child in the title and you can also see it on the screenshot. Go ahead and activate the child theme.

That is it, now you’re ready to rock. For any custom changes you want to make, simply copy out the theme file in question from the parent theme and move it to the child theme folder. Any changes you make to the theme file within the child theme folder will now be protected from any updates of our theme. In addition you can also create custom_styles.css file if you want to make CSS edits. Have fun!

SP Auto Paragraphing

SP Auto Paragraphing, otherwise known as the WPAUTOP in WordPress helps you to “tame” your pages. By default WordPress generates linebreak and paragraph tags in your pages and this feature sometimes breaks the layout of your page when you want to utilize HTML code. Therefore we have created this feature to aid you in getting back the control of your pages or posts. Simply scroll down towards the bottom of the page and you should see a section called “Splashing Pixels WP Auto Formatting”. Checked the box if you want to disable the auto formatting being applied by WordPress. Leave it unchecked for the default behavior.

How to Back Up

Before making any update to your theme or framework, always make a full backup of your site in case something goes wrong. There are many options to backing up your site. The recommended way is to consult with your hosting provider to see if they provide daily backups of your site files and of your database. Many times you can find this option in the hosting control panel. If this is not an option, then simply use a FTP program to download all your site files. Please note that some servers have 2000 files limitation so you will need to use another method of download if that is the case as you will not be able to see all your files on the server. Don’t forget to backup the database as well.

 

Exporting Theme Settings

Did you know you can export your theme settings to a safe place? Well you can! By doing so, you can experiment around with different settings and still be able to go back to your last saved settings. But please note you can only go back one previous saved settings. Each time you export, it will be the newest one.
Export Theme Settings

 

Custom Functions

To use your own custom functions, simply create your PHP file and name it custom_functions.php and place it within the theme root folder. The theme will automatically detect this file and include it.

Updating Your Theme

Your theme is accompanied by our Splashing Pixels Framework. So most of the time when you update your theme, you can also update your framework at the same time if newer version is available. When there are new versions of your theme or framework available, you will see this notice on the top of the control panel. This does not mean you must update but it is highly recommended because the update may be addressing bug fixes or even security fixes. In addition, new versions may even include new features. But before you do anything, please backup all site files and database. Once that is done, you may head over to your Splashing Pixels Member Dashboard to download your new versions (same place where you downloaded the theme the first time). From there you simply copy all the files contained within the zip file to your site’s WordPress your theme folder via FTP. So if you have a theme named Massimo, then you want FTP all files into that folder.

NOTE for Child Theme Users: Be sure not to forget to copy over the child theme folder within the newly downloaded theme zip file.

Updating Your Theme Framework

Your theme is accompanied by our Splashing Pixels Framework. So most of the time when you update your theme, you can also update your framework at the same time if newer version is available. When there are new versions of your theme or framework available, you will see this notice on the top of the control panel. This does not mean you must upgrade but it is highly recommended. New versions may accompany with new fixes or new features that your current files do not have. But before you do anything, please backup all site files and database. Once that is done, you may head over to your Splashing Pixels Member Dashboard to download your new versions. If you are updating your framework only, you can simply extract the sp-framework folder from the zip file and upload that directly to your site’s theme folder via FTP.

Flushing Permalinks

Sometimes when dealing with many changes to your site, permalinks become unsync’d. And symptoms of that would be finding page not found errors like 404 errors. To remedy this, you have to flush your permalinks so it is in sync again. To do so, following the below procedure.
Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (Dashboard)~Click the Settings tab~Then click on Settings link~Click on Save Changes two times. Yes twice!

Add Menu Icons

Log in to your WordPress Admin Panel (Dashboard)~Click the Appearance Tab~Click the Menus link~Click on the Main Menu Tab~Click the Screen Options drop down at the top right of your screen and enable the CSS Classes~Click the down arrow to the right of the menu item you want and in the CSS Classes (optional) text field type the class name like ”arrow”~When you are ready, click Save Menu.
You can find the list of class names for the icons on our demo site under “Menu Icons”.

FAQ

Help! Every page is going to page not found!

Go to WordPress settings->permalinks and click on save TWICE.

Product pages don’t seem to be using the theme style.

Go to WordPress settings->store->presentation tab and on the right hand side, click on flush theme cache.

I don’t see additional images in quickview or in single product view.

First make sure you have Gold Cart plugin installed and activated. Also make sure you have entered your API key and username for the plugin in WordPress dashboard->store upgrades. Then make sure you have turned on “show thumbnail gallery”.

None of the images on the site are displaying.

First check to see what permission your timthumb cache folder is set to. Go to your theme folder->sp-framework->timthumb->cache. That folder needs to be set to either 755 or 777 depending on your host. If trying both and it does not work then check with your host if Timthumb script is allowed by default. If no, ask them to put it on whitelist. After doing that if it still doesn’t work, ask your host if GD library is installed on your PHP. Also note that Timthumb script will have trouble finding your images if you’re under a temporary site url such as http://hostingserver.com/~username. If you fall under this category, then all you need to do is get a parked domain and point your domain nameservers to your hosting account and have them set it to this parked domain temporarily so you can work on the site.

How do I update the theme and framework?

Go to your Splashing Pixels member dashboard by logging in. Download the latest version of your theme. Be sure to backup your existing site files and database prior to updating. It is also best practice to update it on a test/staging server prior to your live site. Unzip the newly downloaded zip file which now you should see your theme folder. Within this folder consists of the framework as well. Using a FTP program login to your site via FTP. Put the contents of the theme folder to your current site’s theme folder. So the path should like similar to this /public_html/wp-content/themes/yourtheme/.

How do I customize the CSS without it being overwritten on updates?

If you’re just manipulating the CSS, simply create a file called custom_styles.css and place this file inside the theme folder root level. The theme will know to look into this file for any styles you may wish to add or change.

How come some product or blog post images are displaying an icon with a shopping basket that says no image available?

When you see this image, that means you have not set an image for the product or featured image for the blog post.

Help! I seem to lost all the image size settings in the presentation tab.

First try going to the theme options->general settings->reset settings->reset all settings. If this does not reset all image sizes, then you can manually input them by opening the file config.xml within your theme folder and scrolling all the way down to the bottom and you should see the default image sizes for the whole theme.

I setup a category but when I click on it to see the products, it goes somewhere else!

WordPress is very sensitive to slugs when using permalinks. So be sure you’re NOT naming for example a blog category Products and also a product category named Products. By doing this WordPress will get confused and not display as expected. Don’t confuse slugs with titles. Titles can have the same name but not slugs. Slugs is what you see in the permalink URL in the address bar. In addition, make sure there are no duplicates even if they are in the trash. You must also clear your trash for this to work.

What the heck is this SP HOME page your theme created?

SP HOME is what drives your theme homepage and is IMPORTANT so please don’t delete this. Also make sure in your settings->reading you have Frontpage displays set to SP HOME. Don’t worry too much about the title SP HOME, you can name this whatever you want. You may ask why this was not named HOME from the beginning. That’s because we are forward thinking people and considered and did not want to inadvertently delete a page in your site that is already named HOME when you installed our theme.

I am using WPEC plugin and I am stuck on a certain view settings, what gives?

First don’t panic, let me explain. Ok there are 3 views, list/default/grid…That is what WPEC plugin names them but it’s actually kind of confusing. The icon switcher is for ONLY default/grid but take note, default is actually called list in the icon switcher. List in the system of WPEC is more for wholesalers…90% of people will only use default/grid. Whatever you set up your settings to be IS what people will see by default. Once they click on the switcher, it will remember each user’s settings from page to page so it is very likely you see something different from the next guy. But just know what you set in the backend settings is the default of what they see first if they have never been to your site.

What is this SP Truncate box in my post settings?

This truncate function allows you to customize how many characters you want to display in the excerpt view/blog list view. Along with that, you can choose to set a denote character to hint there are more information and to set whether you want to cut the characters exactly or to preserve whole word. This is really an awesome feature as you can set different levels of text post by post control!

My theme settings does not seem to be saving!

First check that when you click on the SAVE button, you see the spinning logo and a checkmark indicating your changes have been saved. If you do see the spinning logo and checkmark but it still doesn’t save, check if you have other conflicting plugins by deactivating one by one to see which one is the culprit. If you do not see the checkmark but instead see the no can do sign, then try logging out and logging back in as this will flush your authentication.

How come my images are blurry!?

First check the settings within the theme options->global image options. This area sets the quality of the images being shown amount many other options. If after checking these settings properly and you’re still getting blurry images, it could mean your image resolution size is too small. A general size to have for your images before uploading is around 800×800. You don’t want it to small or too large.

Shortcodes

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Have a look here in Changelogs-:

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{3.4.4} - 8/24/2016
Removed -  removed API code

{3.4.3} - 8/22/2016
Update -  update woocommerce templates 


{3.4.2} - 7/29/2015
fixed -  fixed API response and API key saving issue


{2.2.5} 6/1/15
Added - Declare WooCommerce Support
Added - Theme licensing
Fixed - Timthumb Issue

{2.2.4} 11/15/13
Fixed - WPEC variable products were able to be added to cart without selecting a variation

{2.2.3} 10/26/13
Update - Timthumb version 2.8.13

{2.2.2} 9/6/13
Update - PO files
Update - Misc CSS adjustments

{2.2.1} 5/7/13
Fixed - Compatibility issues with the latest released WPEC 3.8.11.1
Fixed - Lightbox thumbnail gallery setting was not working
Update - Misc CSS adjustments

{2.2.0} 4/30/13
Fixed - Logout issues with sessions
Update - Misc styling in CSS

{2.1.9} 3/4/13
Fixed - Compatibility issues with WooCommerce 2.0+
Update - Various CSS styles

{2.1.8} 
Fixed - Select dropdown not working properly when adding custom widgets
Fixed - Tagline styling color was not being applied
Fixed - Custom background styling color was not being applied
Added - WPEC backwards compatibility with wpsc_get_customer_meta function
Update - Maintenance js 1.6.1

{2.1.7} 2/1/13
Added - Swedish PO/MO files translated by JAM

{2.1.6} 1/16/13
Fixed - Styling background color were not shown in the style preview
Update - PO/MO files

{2.1.5} 12/12/12
Update - Strip script tag from custom header/footer script data 
Update - Thumbnail crop setting to boolean 1 instead of true
Update - jQuery Cycle is now replaced with Caroufredsel plugin
Update - Set medium/large image sizes to zero to prevent auto generation from WP
Update - Timthumb version 2.8.11
Update - jQuery version 1.8.3
Update - jQuery UI version 1.9.2 (admin side left at 1.8.23 to work with timepicker)
Update - isotope version 1.5.21
Update - jQuery Chosen version 0.9.10
Update - jQuery Timepicker version 1.1.1
Update - Removed version number from script filenames
Update - PO/MO files
Update - Misc. CSS styles
Added - Custom login Login/Get Password get_text() function
Added - Apply filters function to theme script names to allow override
Added - Styles to the transaction results page for WPEC
Added - Ability to turn OFF sitewide widgets for specific post/page
Added - Ability to set portfolio entry image sizes for list and single views
Added - A check to see if featured products are set so it doesn't display errors
Added - jQuery Touch Swipe Plugin
Added - Compatibility with WooCommerce Gravity Form Product Add-on Plugin
Fixed - Theme options footer textarea would not save if value was empty
Fixed - Theme reset was not functioning properly when no new data was being updated in options
Fixed - Issue with jQuery UI with WordPress 3.5
Removed - jQuery Wipe Plugin
Removed - jQuery Cycle Plugin

{2.1.4} 11/2/12
Fixed - Product views were not working due to a change in WPEC 3.8.9
Fixed - Comments showing when disabled due to a change in WPEC 3.8.9
Updated - Checkout page to remove sessions due to a change in WPEC 3.8.9

{2.1.3} 10/12/12 
Added - Woocommerce Ability to control the display of the tabs in detail product view
Added - Height attribue to the content slider
Update - WPEC Added preventdefault to checkout continue/back links for compatibility
Update - Misc CSS adjustments
Fixed - A bug where the background color is not working
Fixed - Portfolio single image size was not being dynamically resized on mobile phones
Fixed - Lightbox duplicate images issue
Fixed - Wpec issue when right sidebar is active mobile resize not working correctly
Fixed - Shortcode Google maps was not resizing properly
Fixed - Shortcode content slider when all images are used, slider would collapse

{2.1.2} 10/6/12
Update - Caroufredsel 5.6.4
Update - jQuery 1.8.1
Update - jQuery UI 1.8.23
Update - WPEC removed dependency of Gold Cart for multi product images
Update - Added missing semicolon in the JS namespace declaration
Update - WPEC product searches now use proper grid template
Fixed - Woocommerce product multi image swap was not working correctly
Fixed - Menu active states not properly showing on sub level pages
Added - Woocommerce/WPEC ability to turn off display of multi product image under main product image
Added - Mobile "go to" text is now translatable

{2.1.1} 8/21/2012
Update - Modernizr 2.6.1
Update - CarouFredSel 5.6.3
Update - jQuery Ui 1.8.21 now loading from CDN
Update - Misc. CSS adjustments
Update - Removed more details from default product listing
Update - Moved more details to below the image and add to cart sections with TABS
Update - Refactored homepage featured grid products
Update - Reduced sidebar width by 20px
Added - Homepage featured grid products can now select 1 to 30 products to display
Added - Homepage featured grid products can now select from multiple product categories to display
Added - Now WooCommerce Ready
Added - Option to turn off custom meta fields display on single product page
Fixed - Custom functions were loading in wrong order
Fixed - Custom widgets were not showing titles in the widget settings page
Fixed - Media library search isn't working properly
Fixed - Paypal buynow button alignment


{2.1} 7/9/2012
Added - Ability for searches to look within tags.
Added - Info box shortcode
Added - Button shortcode now has different types (normal, normal-rounded, big, big-rounded)
Added - Dropcap shortcode
Added - Maintenance Mode
Added - Backend admin login logo no longer links to WordPress.org but to your own site
Added - Site preview on custom styles
Added - Ability to customize all text, heading, links site wide.
Added - WPEC Product Category accordion widget
Added - WPEC Product price range slider filter widget
Added - 4 new promotional/ads widget area (site top, site bottom, page top and page bottom)
Added - Promotional widget to accompany the 4 new widget area
Added - Ability to export/import theme settings
Added - Ability to show gallery only on portfolios
Added - Ability to turn off mobile ready (responsive theme)
Removed - Blog styles in favor of site wide style consistency
Update - Consolidated Google Fonts array into one HTTP request call
Update - Caroufredsel 5.6.1
Update - Misc. CSS adjustments
Update - PO/MO files
Fixed - WP 3.4 changed the size of the backend logo size
Fixed - Show category image/description when inside the said category -- the image is not sized properly
Fixed - WPMS now correctly references images with timthumb
Fixed - Backend login style now correctly detects the skin being used

{2.0.3} 5/10/2012
Update - jQuery Cycle 2.9999.5
Update - jQuery Ui 1.8.20
Update - Caroufredsel 5.5.5
Update - Misc CSS adjustments
Update - JS scripts are now wrapped in a custom namespace to prevent conflicts
Added - Ability to turn off blog post text truncate function.
Added - Ability to turn off sitewide sidebar widgets

{2.0.2} 4/30/12
Update - jQuery UI 1.8.19
Update - Misc. CSS adjustments
Fixed - Portfolio categories were selecting all entries from different categories instead of the selected category only
Fixed - Upload path was showing wrong path when custom media upload path is set

{2.0.1} 4/18/2012
Update - Caroufredsel 5.5.2
Update - jQuery Cycle 2.9999.4
Update - jQuery UI 1.8.18
Update - Video JS 3.2.0
Update - Isotope 1.5.19
Update - jQuery 1.7.2

{2.0} 4/7/2012
Added - CSS classes to widgets to allow for custom style on particular widget
Added - Global image options - filters/sharpening/canvas color/PNG transparency
Added - Global sidebar settings for pages
Added - Individual post/page page layout settings to override global if needed
Added - More Google fonts selection
Added - Audio player shortcode
Added - Video player shortcode
Added - Numeration pagination with option to use previous/next style or numeration style
Added - Custom portfolio template to showcase anything you want!
Added - Option to choose between traditional blog listing and listing with sliders
Update - Replaced jCarousellite with carouFredSel
Update - Theme has been completely re-structure for a responsive design which is mobile ready
Update - Timthumb 2.8.10
Update - jQuery cycle 2.9999.3
Update - jQuery pretty Photo 3.1.4

{1.2.2} 2/26/2012
Added - Product variation image swap
Added - Checkout product image correctly displays variation image
Update - Timthumb 2.8.9
Update - jQuery Cycle 2.9999.2
Update - Languages PO/MO
Update - Modernizr 2.5.3
Update - Change grid view products per row to automatically wrap to next line to make it flexible with or without sidebar
Removed - Grid view products per row

{1.2.1} 2/12/2012
Added - FAQ questions to the help section
Added - Ability to reverse the carousel slider's slide direction
Added - Show stock availability notice
Added - WordPress post formats for future use
Added - Post truncate function to truncate post content in blog listings (this option is set within each post's settings)
Added - More details slider in the single product view for the additional description text
Added - Product review styling
Added - Product review global on/off
Added - Custom backend login logo
Added - Content slider shortcode
Added - Content tabs shortcode
Added - Content toggle shortcode
Added - jQuery UI library 1.8.17
Update - Grid items per row has been increase to a maximum 10 items
Update - jQuery 1.7.1
Update - Scan through to fix any invalid html per HTML5 specs
Update - Various CSS/html adjustments
Update - Grid layout shortcode - improved flexibility - please see theme demo shortcodes page for NEW details
Fixed - Menu with categories class not displaying correctly in Chrome and Safari browsers
Fixed - T&C if not checked bumps checkout form back to step 1
Fixed - Images with captions width now correctly behaves and shows within the width of the image


{1.2} 1/18/2012
Updated - page.php to use wpsc_is_single_product() to check for single product page
Updated - Terms & Conditions click off close function to check if the overlay box is visible
Added - Homepage product grid section title
Added - Option to set cut off homepage cycler product description text
Added - Option to set cut off denote characters on homepage cycler product description
Added - Option to set cut off text description on featured product on top of page
Added - Option to set cut off denote characters on text description on featured product on top of page
Added - Blog post fallback image if no featured post image is set
Added - Option to turn on/off gallery thumbnails in product popup lightbox
Added - Option to turn on/off gallery title in product popup lightbox

{1.1.9} 1/3/2012
Added - Option to turn on/off the display of the secure icon and text display on the checkout page
Added - Option to upload your own SSL secured seal on the checkout page
Added - Option to paste in your own SSL secured seal code on the checkout page
Added - Product detail gallery thumbnail image options
Added - Contact form 7 plugin styles
Added - Default no product image fallback
Added - Product category widget image control in the images options
Added - Tagline in footer area
Updated - Timthumb 2.8.5
Updated - Relocated comment reply script to the main site js script to reduce 1 extra http request
Updated - Product category widget to not display sub-categories and applied timthumb enhancement

{1.1.8} 12/23/2011
Updated - CSS class "top" changed to "remove-top-border" to remove top border line when dropdown menu has categories defined to show 2 column layout
Updated - Timthumb 2.8.4
Updated - CSS for blog category description not margining properly
Fixed - Facebook LIKE button comment was not displaying properly
Fixed - When searching products, new tag was showing when not supposed to
Fixed - Blog post read more button mis-aligned
Fixed - Searched listing showing wrong new tag for skin 2

{1.1.7} 12/15/2011
Fixed - After WordPress 3.3 upgrade - theme login styling was misaligned

{1.1.6} 11/30/2011
Update - Timthumb 2.8.3
Update - Language files
Update - Adjusted size calculations to images in the quickview container
Added - Google Plus Profile Icon
Added - custom background image
Added - Ability to show/hide price and more-info/buy now link on homepage featured cycler
Fixed - Anchor tags were being stripped in the list shortcode

{1.1.5} 11/22/2011
Update - jQuery Cycle 2.9999
Update - Facebook "LIKE" button is now using HTML5 specs
Update - Page.php auto detect if sidebar widgets are inuse and if not, choose onecolumn display
Update - SP related post function removed deprecated arguement 'caller_get_posts' and replaced with 'ignore_sticky_posts'
Fixed - Homepage featured product grid view correctly displays the amount of items displayed even when WPEC pagination is off
Fixed - Custom RSS URL bug
Fixed - Vimeo shortcode bug
Fixed - Page sidebar layout
Added - Facebook Open Graph Integation

{1.1.4} 11/18/2011
Added - WPAUTOP to product additional description
Added - Ability to reset all product star ratings
Update - jQuery 1.7
Update - Checkout page product images set to 50 width and 50 height
Update - Timthumb version 2.8.2
Update - jQuery Cycle version 2.9997
Update - Modernizr version 2.0.6
Fixed - Search style was left out
Fixed - Facebook showing white background on IE
Fixed - Blog next/previous button was causing display issue when title is too long

{1.1.3} 9/29/2011
Fixed - Homepage slider was picking up products that were not published
Fixed - "List" shortcode not correctly displaying the list styles
Fixed - Terms and conditions text were overflowing
Fixed - Gravatar in discussion settings were not saving
Update - "List" shortcode margin increased to 30px
Update - "List" shortcode line-height increased to 1.2em
Update - Increased width for Facebook like button inside quickview box
Update - Adjusted CSS to accomodate larger logo images for the login screen
Update - jQuery version to 1.6.4
Added - Ability to turn off product view buttons ( list/grid )
Added - Ability to turn off related posts
Added - Option to change the size/color/style of your Main Navigation Menu text up to 3 levels
Added - Ability to set X amount of days for showing the "NEW" tag on blog posts

{1.1.2} 9/12/2011
Added - Option to enter custom text for Related Post item
Update - Misc. CSS adjustments
Fixed - Quickview popup black overlay is fully opaque in IE browsers
Fixed - When image swap is off, quickview image is not retaining set width

{1.1.1} 9/3/2011
Removed - WP Global Auto Paragraph from styling options
Added - Per page/post WP Auto Paragraph
Fixed - Some functions were not pointing to the active theme directory when using child theme
Fixed - Quickview image size when is square or the height is less than width, slight distortion occurs.
Fixed - JS error when no product is selected for carousel sliders
Updated - Gold Cart 2.9.4 files

{1.1} 8/19/2011
Fixed - Quickview container is not perfectly centered
Fixed - Cross sales products not displaying in 1 row
Added - Ability to turn on/off sidebar for product pages and blog pages separately and choose left or right orientations for the sidebar
Added - Ability to turn on/off pause on hover which will pause the slide when mouse is hover over it on homepage slider
Added - Child theme ready
Update - PrettyPhoto plugin 3.13
Update - jQuery Cycle plugin 2.9995

{1.0.2} 8/14/2011
Fixed - WPEC Fancy Notification bug
Fixed - Cross sales product type that sometimes picks up wrong post types
Fixed - Custom uploaded logo not being loaded in backend admin login
Fixed - 3rd level menu was not being highlighted on hover
Added - Google Plus One button
Added - Cross sales custom title verbiage

{1.0.1} 8/4/2011
Fixed - Grid view layout was not being cleared correctly
Fixed - Grid view bottom slide up to allow max 2 rows of title length
Removed - Check for image option settings default value
Added - Option to turn off RSS Icon
Added - Homepage slider shortcode functions in the product descriptions
Added - Product additional description in single product page
Added - Option to turn off homepage welcome text
Added - Featured product styling
Added - Secured padlock icon and text on checkout page
Updated - Changed menu padding values when menu icons are not used
Updated - Default English PO/MO Files
Updated - PSD
Updated - Backend login CSS

{1.0} 6/23/2011 - release

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