I released Unwakeable 1.5 last night. This means Unwakeable is 100% compatible with WordPress 2.5! The previous version of Unwakeable, 1.2.1, didn’t play so nicely with WordPress 2.5.
Unwakeable 1.5 was built from the ground up using K2 r687 as a starting point. I decided to start fresh for Unwakeable 1.5 and scrapped pretty much all the code from 1.2.1. Unwakeable still has all the features it had in previous versions.
Advanced navigation and live search now work in Unwakeable. Unwakeable also comes with the K2 Sidebar Manager, a superior alternative to WordPress widets. You can enable the K2 Sidebar Manager or you can use WordPress widgets, either one will work. Or, if you don’t like sidebar managers, you can continue to modify the contents of sidebar.php to get the sidebar setup you desire.
You can download Unwakeable 1.5 from the official Unwakeable page. Please let me know of any bugs or problems you run into.
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4 thoughts on “WordPress Theme: Unwakeable 1.5”
I get this error when I am at the dashboard:
No Sidebars Defined
You are seeing this message because the theme you are currently using isn’t widget-aware, meaning that it has no sidebars that you are able to change. For information on making your theme widget-aware, please follow these instructions.
I also don’t get the effects of the script (2 columns doesn’t become 2, it’s just one, plain column).
Any clues or thoughts?
I just implemented 1.5 and I was hoping it would fix an issue I was having with pages. I have a page with a title that is longer that one or two words and the link for it at the top of the site gets wrapped to a second line. In IE, this causes and ugly extension and in FireFox this causes the second line to become essentially hidden. Is there a quick fix to remedy this? I would like to show the whole title without renaming the page.
view http://www.justablogsite.com for reference.
I’m not currently aware of a fix to this problem and have run into it myself before. Only thing I can suggest for now is to use a shorter page name, which isn’t a good solution, I know.
If I come up with a fix I will let you know.
I am using it for a new website, with some modifications to the theme I like the base CSS and clean effects across the theme, thanks for the template 🙂