On July 16, we tagged Largo v0.5.1 with another slew of bug fixes and updates.
Amongst the bug fixes and enhancements:
Google Custom Search results are now displayed on the standard WordPress search results page and are compatible with the standard WordPress search results conventions including the
/?s=search%20term url structures.
We've also added a menu to the WordPress Admin Bar with several useful Largo-related links.
Further, we fixed a nasty bug/oversight which resulted in the optional "donate" button not displaying on smaller screens. The donate link we're referring to shows up in the site's sticky navigation.
On the documentation front, we merged a ton of developer documentation that came about as a result of our participation in the OpenNews Code Convening in Portland The developer docs now include:
- Revised technical notes
- Instructions for setting up a development environment (based on the development rig we use at INN)
- Details for working with Largo to create Child Themes
- A first pass at Largo API documentation
A special note on a breaking change -- if you redefined
largo_load_more_posts in your child theme, you will need to update it with code from this release, as the old logic will fail to load the correct posts.
That said, the "Load more posts" button can now be used multiple times per page and no longer relies on the global
$wp_query. Further, you can customize the text of the button by using the
Read the complete release notes and download the version here.