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HTML5Press 1.5

HTML5Press 1.5 is now available for download.

This is a major new release incorporating all the updates Jesper made to his HTML5 template.

A couple other changes I made to the WordPress theme:

  1. Switch back to jQuery that’s bundled with WordPress
  2. Post tags are now shown with the rest of the post meta info

You can download HTML5Press from the HTML5Press page. Check out Github if you want to keep up on the latest changes to HTML5Press.

UPDATE 5/27/2011: I released HTML5Press 1.5.1 earlier. 1.5.1 adds the featured post slider to whatever page you have set as your front page, weather it’s a list of posts, or a static page. You can download 1.5.1 at the official HTML5Press page.

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  • Dustin

    Could you please give some advice on which properties to edit for changing the hot pink colors?

    • Hi Dustin,

      Open style.css and replace the following colors with colors you wish to use.

      Link Color: #F71570
      Link Hover Color: #AC0649
      Menu Link Color Start Gradient: #fa4fab
      Menu Link Color End Gradient: #f7387c

      You’ll want to do a “search and replace” for those colors and replace them with the colors of your choosing.

      I would give you line numbers of the colors to replace, but they are on multiple lines in style.css, so it’s easier to just search and replace.

      Let me know if you have any questions or need some more help.

    • I forgot to mention, the next release of HTML5Press will include a few alternate style sheets to allow users to easily change the colors.

      I am building it into the options page so you will be able to select which stylesheet you want to use from there.

    • Dustin, I just released HTML5Press 1.6. You can get it here:

      That version includes four color schemes, pink, the default, and blue, green and red.

      You can set which color scheme you want to use via the HTML5Press Options page in your WordPress dashboard.

  • Dustin

    Wow, awesome! Thanks so much =)