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The version of Weaver Xtreme should be the final Release Candidate! Everything is looking good, and no significant bugs are being found. This version has no functional changes – just some bug fixes and help wording improvements.
Work is progressing on the Weaver Xtreme Plus plugin as well. It looks like the [ extra_menu ] shortcode is now finished, and the extra menus look pretty good! If you want to use the Alpha version of X-Plus, you need to download the newest version and replace the old version.
The Weaver X Theme Support plugin also has some significant changes – most notably is the new shortcode [ show/hide_if ] which will conditionally show content based on several options, including device, page/post id, logged in status, or user role. This is now a general purpose show/hide shortcode. Video and other shortcode now are also working.
Announcing the release of Weaver Xtreme RC2 – the 2nd Release Candidate. This version removes any integrated support for Weaver Xtreme Plus (formerly called Xtra/Pro) Plugin. This means any Plus options will now be grayed out and unavailable. But we … Continue reading
After significant final developement, we are excited to announce the first Release Candidate for Weaver Xtreme (yep – the name changed from Weaver X to Weaver Xtreme). Download Weaver Xtreme – RC 0.60 Have a lot of new stuff in … Continue reading
Getting close – had a few bug fixes – some minor, some major. About the only thing left is some work on fixing up the height updating for split sidebars when a desktop screen is shrunk. Download Weaver X Beta … Continue reading
Announcing Weaver X Beta 0.21 Download Weaver X Beta 0.21 This release is intended to be the final Beta release. The next release should be a Release Candidate, with no more than 2 or 3 more releases before the final … Continue reading