Photocrati 4.7.2 Available

Photocrati 4.7.2 Available

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We’re happy to announce that Photocrati 4.7.2 is now available via automatic update in your WordPress admin section!

Before Installing or Updating

Before installing or updating, we recommend backing up your existing files and database.  We also recommend saving your current customization features as a preset.

*Please note that even after updating, you may still see additional updates available. This is due to caching and will go away within a few hours. To verify that you are running version 4.7.2, visit the Appearance tab of your WordPress admin and the Photocrati theme should display the version number, 4.7.2.

As always, you can also download the newest version of the them from the Photocrati members area and update your theme manually.

What’s New With Photocrati:

  • Changed: Rename .json to .crati for presets export/import
  • Changed: Updated Pope to 0.4
  • Changed: Sharing autoupdate modules across both Photocrati Theme and NextGEN Gallery 2.0.27+
  • Fixed: PHP warning emitted when trying to delete non-existing directories
  • Fixed: Compatibility issue with PHP 5.4.x (incorrect use of references)
  • Fixed: Loading indicator not showing for slideshows and filmstrips
  • Fixed: Minor style issues on home page
  • Fixed: Ability to upload images larger than 2MB
  • Fixed: “Settings failed” message appearing after successfully saving theme options
  • Fixed: Adjust IPN notifier to use http 1.1 as well as make it more secure.
  • Fixed: Paths generated for photocrati-gallery not working correctly for symlinks
  • Fixed: Ensure that generating the static stylesheet from the dynamic stylesheet is reliable
  • Fixed: Various issues when the theme was used as a parent of a child theme
  • Fixed: Problem with variable collisions, causing Photocrati_Cart object being stored in session
  • Fixed: Italics and uppercase options for logo title

Questions:

As always, don’t hesitate to reach out to our support by visiting the members area.

Scott

Scott Wyden Kivowitz is the Chief Community Officer at Photocrati Media. You will find Scott blogging here, at Imagely, and hosting our podcast. Learn about the Imagely team
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