Overview

Welcome to the documentation file for Podcaster. Read through before and while installing and setting up your theme. The way support is handled is currently going through an update. For now, please view themestation.co/support for more information.

Podcaster is made with publishing and managing multimedia files using WordPress in mind. It supports WordPress native audio and video players as well as oEmbed. Set up a small or large podcasting platform in a matter of minutes. We love mobile devices, that's why Podcaster is completely responsive and retina-ready. Let your users view your website whether they are at their desk or out and about. It comes with a lot of features made to enhance your podcasting experience as well as allow you to customize to your hearts delight. In the theme options choose between dark or light templates and custom colors to match your personal taste and content of your blog. Podcaster supports all post formats including audio, video, images, galleries, chats and more.

 

Version 1.6

  • Minor fix: the_post_thumbnail_caption() fix -> function name changed to pod_the_post_thumbnail_caption
  • Improved: Amount of posts to display on the front page now unlimited

Installation

Installing Podcaster is just as simple and quick as any other WordPress theme. Make sure you are running WordPress version 4.1 or higher. If you have never installed a WordPress theme before, take a look at the following link: Using WordPress Themes. Otherwise there are two ways to install Podcaster.

Installing via Dashboard

  • Go to Appearance → Themes
  • Go to Install Themes → Upload Theme
  • Choose file (podcaster.zip) → Click on "Install Now"
  • Activate

Make sure you upload on the theme file called podcaster.zip and not the entire package downloaded from Themeforest. Uploading the entire theme package will lead to the "Missing style.css stylesheet" error.

Installing via FTP

If you want to use FTP to install your theme make sure you unzip podcaster.zip beforehand. Then upload it to wp-content/themes. Head to the WordPress dashboard to activate it and you’re ready. Read more about installing with FTP here: Adding New Themes Manually (FTP)

 

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Getting Started

Demo Data

Included with your theme file is an *.xml file which you can use to import demo data. You can find it in the /Demo Data folder.

Importing Demo Data

Please go to ToolsImport and select WordPress from the list. You might have to install the import plugin before proceeding. After that click on "Browse" to select the *.xml file and upload it. You will be asked whether you want to add the posts to an existing user or create a new one. After that, make sure you select "Download and import file attachments", so the media files are imported as well.

To find out more about importing data into your website visit: https://codex.wordpress.org/Importing_Content#WordPress

Required Plugins

After sucessfully installing Podcaster, please install the following plugins:

  • Envato Market
  • Redux Framework
  • Theme Station Shortcodes

They are included in your theme download and are necessary to use Podcaster properly.

Envato Market

After installing and activating Envato Market please submit your OAuth token. Each time a new version of Podcaster is released, you can simply update it directly from the WordPress back-end. Great, no? To find out where and how to create a token, scroll to the: Theme Updates section of this documentation.

If you still have Entavo Toolkit installed, please change to the newer Envato Market. After Envato went through an API update, Envao Toolkit was deprecated and is not supported by anymore. Follow the instructions further below on how to set it up.

Redux Framework

This plugin is used to manage the customization options of Podcaster. After activating Redux Framework, you will find a link to your Theme Options in the navigation sidebar of your dashboard. Click on Presets to get started.

Theme Station Shortcodes

This plugin gives your further options while creating posts and pages. Insert buttons, tabs, alert boxes and more.

Theme Station Feed Plugin is not necessary to run Podcaster. If you are using Seriously Simple Podcasting or BluBerry PowerPress, you do not need to install or activate Theme Station Feed Plugin. Both are supported by Podcaster.

Static Front Page & Blog Page

After installing and activating the required plugins, please set up your static front page and blog page. The video below shows how it's done.

[Watch on Vimeo] Podcaster - How To Set Up Your Front Page from Theme Station on Vimeo.

The WordPress Codex page offers further general information on how to set up a static front page: Creating a Static Front Page. To customize the front page, please go to Theme OptionsFront Page Settings.

Podcast Category

Now that you have installed the needed plugins as well as set up your static front page, don't forget to set your podcast category to make sure only podcast related posts appear on the front page. To do this, make sure you all ready have your posts in a specific category or have used the import files to import dummy content. After that follow the next steps:

  1. Open your Theme Options
  2. Go to "Podcast" settings
  3. Under the Podcast Archive option, select your category from the drop down menu.
  4. Save.

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Theme Options

Podcaster theme options have been improved and updated to make setting up and customizing the theme as easy as possible. A new addition are our presets, with which you can choose a template with one click.

Template Presets New

A new addition to the Podcaster theme options, presets are going to make setting up your website even easier. Choose one of the preset theme options and you can skip alomst all other settings, or tweak a few here and there until you get the result you want.

Template presets are a good way to begin your customization process. Simply choose the template you want and use it as a stepping stone.

Template Preset N° 1

This template is good for large images. It displays text that you can set in the theme options, but has no audio player on the front page.

Template Preset N° 2

Template N° 2 is darker and grittier, with a beautiful flash of blood orange. Display an audio player on the front page and set your header in the theme options.

Template Preset N° 3

Vibrant yellow, for an energized feel. Mark your posts as featured when creating them and upload individual header images that will be displayed here.

Template Preset N° 4

Greyscale with a hint of rose. This time your posts will be displayed as a slideshow. Mark them as featured when creating them and set how many slides you want to display on the front page.

Colors

The most important color related settings for your theme can be done in this section. Choose your template color, accent and much more.

Light/Dark Template

Choose the color of your template. Choose between dark and light.

Accent Color

Your accent color sets your links as well as headers, titles and buttons.

Button Background Color

Set the background color of your buttons across the website.

Button Link Color

Set the link color of your buttons across the website.

Page Header Background Color

Your page header background color sets the background color when no header image is uploaded in your pages.

Transparent Screen

The transparent screen is put over header images to make sure text displayed on them is still visible. Select the color and transparency. Do not set transparency to 0, this kills the transparency.

Front Page Header New

Edit all settings related to your front page header. As of version 1.5 of Podcaster, this section has been separated from the general front page settings section.

Header Type

Choose between the header you would like to display on the front page.

  • Text - This allows you to display text instead of a media player. You can also adjust padding and upload a header image among other things.
  • Static - The newest post from your podcast category will be displayed on the front page, the header image set in the theme options will be used for this.
  • Static (Posts) - The newest or the most recent post that was featured will be displayed on the front page. This time the header image will be pulled from your "Featured Post" settings within your post.
  • Slideshow - Display your newest or featured posts as a slideshow. You can set how many posts should be displayed in your slideshow. The header image will be pulled from the "Featured Post" settings within your posts.

Amount of Slides (only if Slideshow is selected as a Header Type)

Set how many slides to display on your slideshow.

Header Content (only if Static, Static (Posts) or Slideshow is selected as a Header Type)

Set whether you would like to display the newest or posts marked as featured.

Text (only if Text is selected as a Header Type)

Enter text that will be displayed on the front page.

Link (only if Text is selected as a Header Type)

Enter URL that the text will link to on the front page.

Amount (only if Slideshow is selected as a Header Type)

Put the amount of slides you would like to display.

Featured Header Background

The background color that is displayed if you have not uploaded a header image or set a featured image for your post.

Padding/Margin Option (only if Text is selected as a Header Type)

Set the top and bottom padding for your text area.

Header Background Style (only if Text or Static Header Type is selected)

Set how your Header Background will be displayed. Choose between tiled and stretched.

Parallax (only if Text or Static is selected as a Header Type)

Activate or deactivate parallax scrolling.

Featured Excerpt (only if Static, Static (Posts) or Slideshow is selected as a Header Type)

Show or hide featured excerpts below your post(s).

Scheduled Posts

Next Week

Show or hide the scheduled post area in your header.

Podcast Scheduling

Activate to enable podcast scheduling. If active, the title of a scheduled post will be displayed. If not, you can manually type a title in the text field below this option.

Upcoming Post Title (if Podcast Scheduling is disabled)

Manually submit a post title for an upcoming episode, if you have disabled "Podcast Scheduling".

Preview Title

Submit a title for your scheduled post area. It appears above the title of the scheduled post.

Subscribe Buttons

Subscribe Button

Provide the text for your subscribe button

Subscribe Button URL

Submit the URL your subscribe button should link to.

Button on Single Page

Display a subscribe button on your single page.

Front Page

Make edits to settings on your front page, like the amount of posts to display and more.

Amount of Posts

Set the amount of posts to display on your front page

Podcast Archive Button Text

Submit the text that will be displayed on the button below your posts.

Podcast Archive Button

Submit a URL your podcast archive button should link to. You can link it to your podcast archive page or any other page.

Type of Excerpts

Force the excerpts or set them in post.

From Blog Section

Select how you would like to display your "From the Blog" section. Choose between List, Columns and hiding the section completely.

Navigation

Navigation Background

Select the background color for the navigation bar.

Navigation Background (if transparent is active)

Select a background color for your navigation bar if transparent is active and the page bring displayed has no header image.

Navigation Link Color

Select the color for the links on your navigation bar.

Sticky Navigation

Activate or deactivate the sticky navigation.

Navigation Background Sticky (if Sticky Navigation is active)

Select the background color for your navigation bar when it's in a sticky state.

Navigation Link Color Sticky (if Sticky Navigation is active)

Select the color for links on your navigation bar when it's in a sticky state.

Responsive Navigation Style

Select how you would like to display your navigation in responsive mode. Drop-down is best if you have few menu elements and no secondary menus or tertiary menus. Toggle is recommended for menus with a lot of menu items.

Logo

Your Logo

Upload your logo. Make sure it's not larger than 260px in width and 110px height.

Your Logo (Sticky)

Upload a version of your logo to display when you have activated the sticky menu. Make sure it's not larger than 260px in width and 110px height.

Your Logo (Retina Size)

Upload a retina-ready version of your logo. Make sure it's exactly double as big as your original logo and not larger than 520px in width and 220px height.

Your Logo (Sticky, Retina Size)

Upload a retina-ready version of your logo to display when you have activated the sticky menu. Make sure it's exactly double as big as your original logo and not larger than 520px in width and 220px height.

Type & Direction

Typography

Select between sans-serif, serif or custom typography. Custom typography gives you access to Google Fonts.

RTL

Activate right to left reading direction.

Podcast

Podcast Archive

Select the category into which you have filed your podcast posts.

Icon Type

Select the icon type you would like to display on the podcast archive page.

Display Style

Select how you would like to display your content on the podcast archive page.

Amount of the Posts

Select the amount of posts you would like to display on your podcast archive page.

Podcast Display in Blog

Check the box to display your podcast post in the blog feed as well.

Single Header Display

Select whether you would like to display your featured header as a thumbnail next to the audio player or in the background of the header.

Single Page Header Parallax

Activate or deactivate parallax scrolling on your podcast single page header.

Single Page Header Background Style

Select whether you would like display your header background tiled or stretched.

Single Page Video Background

Select to display featured images as background in videos.

Blog

Main Layout

Select the layout for your blog. Choose between right sidebar, left sidebar or no sidebar.

Blog Header

Upload a header image for your blog. Make sure it is at least 1920px * 500px if you are displaying it in streched mode.

Blog Header Background Style

Select how to display your header image. Choose between tiled and stretched mode.

Blog Header Parallax

Activate or deactivate parallax scrolling.

Blog Header Title

Submit Title for your blog page.

Blog Header Blurb

Submit a little blurb for your blog page. It will appear below the Blog Header Title.

Comments Format

Choose how your would like to display your comment section. Select between Trackback and Comments or Comments Only.

Comments Section

Activate of deactivate your comment section. Deactivating it will hide the comment section across your website.

Gallery format

Set the formatting of non-featured galleries. Choose between grid and sildeshow.

Avatar Settings

Choose weather to hide or show avatars across your website.

Social Media

Social Media (Navigation)

Display or hide social media in the navigation bar.

Social Media (Footer)

Display or hide social media in the footer.

Social Media Icons (Email - LinkedIn)

Display or hide social media in the footer.

Footer

Footer Text

Submit text to be displayed in the footer on the front page.

Copyright Text

Submit copyright text to be show across the website.

Import/Export

Import theme option settings you have in stored as a backup or from a local installation.

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Post Formats

Podcaster supports all post formats: standard, gallery, image, link, video, audio, quote, aside, status and chat. Most of them are self-explainatory, so I’ll only get into the ones that need to be uniquely set. Always remember to select the right post format before publishing, to make sure your post is displayed properly.

Audio

If you select the audio post format when creating your post a box will appear below the main editing window named "Featured Audio". You can either paste an embed code or upload a file. The first field is for embed codes only. The second field is for uploads or URLs to a file. You can also add a short caption and allow your users to download. Any text in the main editing window will appear below the audio player.

This post format will be used to display your podcast entries. Select one unique category into which you file all your podcast entries.



  1. Choose the type of audio media you're planning to post.
  2. Upload or paste the URL or code of your audio file.
  3. This caption will appear below your audio file on single posts.
  4. Allow downloads for your audio files. Embedded files are not supported.
  5. Mark your post as explicit.

Video

If you select the video post format when creating your post a box will appear below the main editing window named "Featured Video". You can either paste an embed code or upload a file. The first field is for embed codes only. The second field is for uploads or URLs to a file. You can also add a short caption and allow your users to download. Any text in the main editing window will appear below the video.

This post format will be used to display your screencast entries. Select one unique category into which you file all your screencast entries.



  1. Choose the type of video media you're planning to post.
  2. Upload or paste the URL or code of your video file.
  3. A thumbnail that will be displayed as a poster for your uploaded.
  4. This caption will appear below your video file on single posts.
  5. Allow downloads for your video files. Embedded files are not supported.
  6. Mark your post as explicit.

If you are using another plugin to manage your podcast (BluBrry PowerPress or Seriously Simple Podcasting) the audio and video text fields will be disabled and replaced by the plugin's fields.

Gallery

The gallery post format allows you to set featured collection of images in your post. When you select the gallery post format, a box will appear at the bottom of the main textarea. Use the uploader to add images you would like to see in your gallery. You can also add a caption for your gallery.



  1. Upload your images.
  2. This caption will appear below your gallery file on single posts.
  3. Select how to display your gallery.
  4. Select the amount of columns (if you select the grid settings).

Link

If you want to make a link post, make the first paragraph of your post the link. If you would like to add a description you can do so by writing it in a new paragraph.

Image

Upload an image or select one from your Media Library and set it as featured image. If you add further text in your post, it will appear below the image. You can also set captions in the Media Library.

Quote

Simply write the quote you would like to post into the entry box and wrap it in <blockquote></blockquote> tags. If you would like your quote to have a source write this one blow, wrapping it in <cite></cite> tags.

 

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Set Up Podcast Archive

To create your podcast archive page, please take the following steps.

  1. Create a page and choose the template Podcast Archive
  2. Go to the Theme Options > Podcast Settings and make sure you have set the category for your podcast.
  3. Add your Podcast Archive page to your menu.

 

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Pages

Podcaster comes with four template styles which you can select on each page. In the page attributes select between the default template (sidebar right), Full Width (no sidebar), Podcast Archive (used to display your podcast or screencast) and Sidebar Left (sidebar left).

You can also set a featured image for your pages. This will add a header graphic above your page.

Podcast Archive Page

To set up the podcast archive page, select Podcast Archive Page in the Page Attributes. You don't have to add any other content, your posts will be displayed automatically. After that you will have to go to theme options to( Podcaster Theme > Podcast ) to set the way you want to display your entries and which category to feature.

Archive Page

To set up an archive page, select Archive Page in the Page Attributes. You don't have to add any other content, your archives will be displayed automatically according to months.

Author Pages

Author pages include all the blog posts by a user. You can access them by going to http://www.example.com/author/username.

404 Page

This theme also has a custom 404 page.

 

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Widgets

Widget Areas

Set your widgets by going to AppearanceWidgets. Click and drag elements to each widget area. More about widgets can be found here: WordPress Widgets

Custom Widgets

Podcaster has custom widgets that are used to display recent comments and recent posts tab.

Highlight category

Feature posts in the sidebar or footer.

Recent comments

Podcaster provides a more aesthetic version of the “recent comments” widget with avatars of the commentators.

Recent posts

Three tabs that show your most recent posts, popular posts and most commented posts.

 

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Theme Updates & Envato Market

In Version 1.5.7, Podcaster switched to the new Envato Market plugin to manage updates. After Envato updated it's API system that handles theme updates among many other things, they deprecated the older Envato Toolkit and released a brand new plugin. To find out more about Envato Market, please click herea>. Below you can find instructions on how to set up the Envato Market plugin (not much different from how it was done in Envato Toolkit) and keep your theme up to date at all times.

Installing Envato Market

After installing and activating Podcaster, you should see an information box at the top of the page, prompting you to install and activate required and recommended plugins. The Envato Market plugin should be among them, install and activate it.

You can always find the plugin file envato-market.zip among your plugins within the theme files downloaded from Themeforest. Follow the instructions below, if you want to install it manually:

Install via Dashboard

  1. Go to Plugins
  2. Go to Install Plugins → Upload Plugin (button on top left corner)
  3. Choose file (envato-market.zip) → Click on "Install Now"
  4. Activate

Install via FTP

Unzip envato-market.zip beforehand. Then upload it to wp-content/plugins. Head to the WordPress dashboard (Plugins → Installed Plugins) to activate it and you’re ready. Read more about installing with FTP in the official WordPress codex: Adding New Themes Manually (FTP)

Before Updating

While updating is usually a smooth process, it is also a sensitive one that when it goes wrong, can disturb the use of your website. To make sure you don't loose any data during the process, make a back up of your current theme, your content and your theme settings.

To find out more on how to back up your website, please follow the instructions on the official WordPress Codex site Backing Up Your WordPress Files.

Backing up your content

The easiest way to backup your content, simply create an export file and store it in a safe space. To do this, follow the next steps:

  1. Got to ToolsExport.
  2. Select to export All Content. This will store your posts, categories, tags, pages, menus, media (not the actual files, just the paths to your media files.)
  3. Download your export file and save it in a safe space.

Now if anything goes wrong, you can always import your content back into your site.

Backing up your theme option settings

Theme settings you make, are not overwritten during an update, but just in case you would like to keep them safe you can always back them up them. To do that, follow the following steps:

  1. Click on Theme Options, then on Import/Export
  2. Under Export Options, click on Download Data File
  3. Save the file in the safe space and use it in case your settings get lost during an update.

Creating and Managing your OAuth tokens

OAuth allows external apps to access information crucial to your purchased items on Envato without your having to give up your username and/or password. Instead you generate a unique key that manages what the external app can and can't do. To create a OAuth token and make sure you have access to your updates, please follow the following instructions.

Global OAuth Personal Token

  1. Visit the Envato Market API page to create your token.
  2. Make sure you select the following check boxes:
    • View and search Envato sites
    • View your Envato Account username
    • View your email address
    • Download your purchased items
    • Verify purchases you've made
    • List purchases you've made
  3. Create your token
  4. Copy and paste your token into the "Token" text field on your within the Envato Market settings page.
  5. You should now have access to your purchased items, including Podcaster.

Single Use OAuth Personal Tokens

If you would like to set up a OAuth token for just one item, follow the steps below. You will need the item ID as well.

  1. Visit the Envato Market API page to create your token.
  2. Make sure you tick the following check boxes:
    • View and search Envato sites
    • View your Envato Account username
    • View your email address
    • Download your purchased items
    • Verify purchases you've made
    • List purchases you've made
  3. Create your token
  4. Back on your dashboard within the Envato Market settings page, click on "Envato Market Items"
  5. Copy and paste your token into the "Token" text field.
  6. Copy the item ID into the item ID text field. You can find out the item ID by copying it out of the URL. This number is unique to each item, in the case of Podcaster it is 6804946
    .
  7. Save and you should now have access to your purchased item.

Updating Your Theme

When a theme update is available, you should see the update notice (a number next to the word "Updates" in the menu) on your dashboard. Follow the following steps and update your theme as you usually would.

  1. Click on the Updates link.
  2. Scroll down to the Themes section and select Podcaster from the list. Then click on Update Theme.
  3. The theme update might take some time to execute, do not refresh the page until the following message is displayed: All updates have been completed.
  4. Your update is then completed.

 

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Support

The way support is handled is currently going through an update. For now, please view themestation.co/support for more information.

 

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Credits

Podcaster was built with the use of:

  • HTML5, CSS3, JQuery, JqueryUI
  • Lightbox v2.51 by Lokesh Dhakar
  • jQuery Easing v1.1.2 by George Smith
  • jQuery FlexSlider v2.1 by WooThemes
  • FitVids 1.0 by Chris Coyier

 

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Changelog

  • Version 1.6 (18th August 2016)
    • Minor fix: the_post_thumbnail_caption() fix -> function name changed to pod_the_post_thumbnail_caption
    • Improved: Amount of posts to display on the front page now unlimited
  • Version 1.5.9 (5th May 2016)
    • Improved: Added theme options for videos and other embedded content
    • Improved: Added video support for PowerPress and Seriously Simple Podcasting plugins
    • Improved: More social media icons added (RSS, iTunes, Mixcloud, Spotify, Snapchat, Vine)
    • Improved: Category setting added to recnt posts widget
    • Improved: More typography theme options added
    • Improved: More excerpt theme options added
    • Improved: "Read More" link on front page header optional
    • Minor fix: Author name as heading on author pages fix
    • Minor fix: Audio player (in PowerPress) color fix
    • Minor fix: Responsive menu color fix
    • Minor fix: Parallax scrolling smoothed out
    • Minor fix: Envato Market installation error fix
  • Version 1.5.8 (24th March 2016)
    • Minor fix: PowerPress player links fix
    • Minor fix: Gallery color defaults
    • Minor fix: Turn off Transparent Screen entirely
    • Minor fix: Search box in responsive layout
    • Minor fix: Icon conflict with third-party plugin
    • Minor fix: Audio player when audio lendth greater than 60 minutes bug
  • Version 1.5.7 (12th March 2016)
    • New: Envato Market plugin added for theme updates
    • New: Gallery color settings for captions
    • Improved: Hide featured image in audio single page
    • Minor fix: Padding bug in featured header slideshow setting
    • Minor fix: Font size on post titles fixed
    • Minor fix: Transparent Screen featured header fixed
  • Version 1.5.6 (14th February 2016)
    • Minor fix : gray transparent screen on single pages
    • Minor fix : search drop-down on narrow screens
    • Minor fix : logo cut off fix on narrow screens
  • Version 1.5.5 (26th January 2016)
    • New : Typekit Support added
    • New : Soundcloud icon added
    • New : Search feature in navigation bar
    • Improved : Footer color settings added
    • Improved : "Next week" and subscribe buttons can be activated and deactivated separately
    • Improved : Tags on single post pages
    • Improved : Truncate titles on main page and podcast archive
    • Improved : New "From Blog" layout added
    • Minor Fix : Responsive video in "From blog section"
    • Minor Fix : Undefined variable error
  • Version 1.5.4 (16th November 2015)
    • Fix : Excerpt output corrected
    • Fix : Theme Option Config File (500 Internal Server Error)
    • Fix : Minor Fix: Overlapping download link
  • Version 1.5.3 (27th October 2015)
    • Minor fix: Force Excerpts in blog displaying in single view
  • Version 1.5.2 (25th October 2015
    • New: Force Excerpts in blog
    • Improved: Demo Content improved
    • Improved: Default template preset added
    • Minor Fix: Irregular scrolling on mobile fixed
    • Minor Fix: Hover effects on front page for mobile made clickable
    • Minor Fix: Archive button on front page fixed
    • Minor Fix: Contact 7 form on mobile fixed
  • Version 1.5.1 (23rd Septermber 2015)
    • Fix: Background for audio players on single post pages fixed
  • Version 1.5 (22nd September 2015)
    • New: Theme Presets added
    • New: Social media buttons in the top navigation
    • New: Rtl supported
    • Improved: New front page header options
    • Improved: More color options
    • Improved: Featured gallery style can be set individually within post
    • Improved: More font options added
    • Fix: Download files on playlists fixed
    • Fix: Widget class updated
  • Version 1.4.9 (12th May 2015)
    • New Version of Theme Station Feed Plugin included
    • Update: TGM Plugin Activator
    • Fix: TGM Plugin Activator 'No valid header'
  • Version 1.4.8 (24th April 2015)
    • Minor Fix: get_avatar_url() fix
    • Fix: TGM-Plugin-Activation security update
  • Version 1.4.7 (15th April 2015)
    • Minor Fix: Custom Metaboxes update
  • Version 1.4.6 (9th April 2015)
    • New: Video post backgrounds on single page views
    • Minor Fix: Footer background color
    • Minor Fix: Video post excerpts on front pages
  • Version 1.4.5 (15th March 2015)
    • New: Responsive Menu options (drop-down or toggle)
  • Updates in 1.4.4 (12th March 2015)
    • New: Schedule Posts to appear in the "Next time" area
    • New: Editible copyright text in the footer
    • Fix: Drop-down menu (3rd level, 4th level ...)
    • Fix: Footer menu color
  • Version 1.4.3 (1st March 2015)
    • Fix: Size of logo in responsive settings
    • Fix: Blog page header when set to transparent navigation
    • Fix: Seach page bug
  • Version 1.4.2 (18th February 2015)
    • New: Customizable text for archive button on the front page
    • Fix: Social Media email
    • Fix: permalink() on front page
  • Version 1.4.1 (9th February 2015)
    • Fix: in_array() error
    • Fix: the_powerpress_content() error
    • Fix: black screen on front page
  • Version 1.4.0 (6th February 2015)
    • Minor Fix: PowerPress single audio player error
  • Version 1.3.9 (5th February 2015)
    • Fix: Modify header information bug
    • Fix: Color options & dynamic stylesheet
  • Version 1.3.8 (4th February 2015)
    • New: More color settings, including transparent headers
    • New: Display all your podcast posts on one archive page
    • Improved: Theme options simplified and streamlined
    • Improved: Now compatible with Seriously Simple Podcasting 1.8+
    • Improved: Now supports Blubrry Power Press
    • Fixed: iPhone loading screen bug
    • Fixed: Front page image error
  • Version 1.3.7 (6th January 2015)
    • New: Manage your avatars in the theme options
    • New: Single pages now also change to display sidebars left or right along with the blog
    • New: Switch to Envato Toolkit for theme updates
    • Minor bug fix: Titles in single view
    • Minor bug fix: Source in audio player fix
    • Minor bug fix: avatars
  • Version 1.3.6 (21st December 2014)
    • New: Explicit Posts now marked
    • Bug fix: WP 4.1 Player Fix
    • Minor bug fix: avatars
  • Version 1.3.5 (25th September 2014)
    • New: Retina logos now supported
    • New: Podcast archive can be displayed as list
    • New: Layout options for blog page: sidebar left, sidebar right, full width
    • New: Subscribe buttons have been added to the single post pages
    • New: Image header on front page can be set by featured image on page
    • New: Embed code can now be used in audio and video posts (inculding old SoundCloud player)
    • New: Excerpts can now be activated to appear below audio player on the front page
    • New: Embed code can now be used in audio and video posts (inculding old SoundCloud player)
    • Bug fix: controls.svg deactivated
  • Version 1.3.4 (29th August 2014)
    • Bug fix: Auto-update bug fixed
    • Minor bug fix: Main page gap on player fixed
    • Minor bug fix: Buttons on main page aligned properly
    • Minor bug fix: Turned off comments on pages do not display message anymore.
  • Version 1.3.3 (27th June 2014)
    • Podcasting feed has now been moved into seperate plugin. Please read documentation for more information
    • New Feature: Automatic Theme Updates
  • Version 1.3.2 (18th June 2014)
    • Minor Bug Fix: Image post format
  • Version 1.3.1 (16th June 2014)
    • Minor Fix: Buttons in breakpoints
    • Podcasting RSS Feed function can now be found in the Theme Station Podcasting Feed Plugin. Download at http://www.themestation.co
  • Version 1.3 (30th April 2014)
    • New feature: Audio Playlist Support
    • New feature: Video Playlist Support
    • New feature: Switch between static excerpts and post excerpts
    • New Feature: Switch off/on podcast RSS feed
    • Fix: Seriously Simple Podcasting front page support
  • Version 1.2 (9th April 2014)
    • New feature: iTunes compatible feed added!
    • New feature: New loading graphics
    • New feature: Language files added
    • Bug fix: download button for videos
  • Version 1.1 (21st March 2014)
    • New feature: Seriously Simple Podcasting Plugin Support added!
    • New feature: Social Icons
    • Bug fix: oEmbed is now working
  • Version 1.01 (21st February 2014)
    • minor fix to the front page header image
  • Version 1.0 (7th february 2014)
    • Initial Release!

 

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