ProudCity 1.40.0 Release

This is primarily a bugfix and contributed module update release. There is not WordPress Core update in this release. It is immediately available for all ProudCity Hosted sites and for download on Github under the GNU Affero GPL v3 open source license.

What changes will I notice?

There should be no noticable changes to your website in this release. See the Changelog below for a list of bugfixes.

What’s up next?

Release 1.41.0 will be another primarily bugfix release with additional back-end updates.

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Version 1.41.0 will be released on October 19, 2017.

Changelog

New features:

  • Add pc-cli, a command-line too for partners to quickly spin up a local development environment #1135
  • Hotfix 1.39.3: Making navbar have dynamic width (wp-proud-theme) #942

Bugfixes:

  • Form formatting: field labels for radio lists #1138
  • Hotfix 1.39.1: Default value for full screen map overwritten (wp-proud-map-app) #1116, with Release 1.39.0
  • Hotfix 1.39.2: Fixing screen map overwritten (wp-proud-map-app, wp-proud-core) #1116
  • Hotfix 1.39.4: Google translate creates gap (wp-proud-theme) #1131
  • Hotfix 1.39.5: Dropdown menus broken after release (wp-proud-theme) #1132

Hotfixes since previous release

  • Hotfix 1.39.1: Default value for full screen map overwritten (wp-proud-map-app) #1116, with Release 1.39.0
  • Hotfix 1.39.2: Fixing screen map overwritten (wp-proud-map-app, wp-proud-core) #1116
  • Hotfix 1.39.3: Making navbar have dynamic width (wp-proud-theme) #942
  • Hotfix 1.39.4: Google translate creates gap (wp-proud-theme) #1131
  • Hotfix 1.39.5: Dropdown menus broken after release (wp-proud-theme) #1132

WordPress Core Update

  • There is no WordPress Core update in this release.

3rd party plugin updates (8de854e)

  • wordpress-seo 5.4.2 -> 5.5.1
  • siteorigin-panels 2.5.12 -> 2.5.13
  • wp-job-manager 1.28.0 -> 1.29.0

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By | 2017-10-17T13:23:31+00:00 October 5th, 2017|Releases|

About the Author:

Jeff Lyon is co-founder and CTO of ProudCity. Email him at [email protected].