WordPress Templates Updated
Waiting for the new WordPress 3.5, we have done a great job in improving our existing WordPress templates.
This time we didn’t limit ourselves to cosmetical changes in the interface and rather focused hard on discarding obsolete functions and fixing various security and template code issues:
* In many templates
foreach($posts as $post) was replaced with
while (have_post()) : the_post();
* Displaying the Search field through through
get_search_query() allowed to eliminate a potential XSS vulnerability;
* Many obsolete functions were replaced with newer ones;
* The search form style was fixed in several templates;
* A CSS-rule for limiting the image size by the feed column width was added for all templates.
eregi was replaced with
preg_match in the contact forms.
Please mind that you should now set up the sizes of the post’s attached images in the WordPress administration panel.
You can view the detaled documentation here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Settings_Media_SubPanel.
You can download our new improved themes here: