From time to time, someone asks about how Weaver handles web security. Weaver and Weaver II share their security code, and it has been scrutinized by both the WordPress theme review teams, and the Weaver user community. Over time, the developers at WordPress have developed a set of guidelines to make WordPress and WordPress themes as secure as possible. Weaver … Continue reading →
Designing the Weaver II Mobile View was not an easy process. There are always tradeoffs, and I hope I’ve made it possible to use the mobile support in a flexible way. One of the key design elements of Weaver II (which was borrowed from Twenty Eleven, I must acknowledge) is the use of the CSS max-width attribute by default. This … Continue reading →
This page will be devoted to commentary and hints from me about various issues concerning the web, WordPress, and, of course, Weaver.
I’ve just uploaded Weaver 1.0.1. It has a few new features and a few bug fixes. See the Release Notes. Download Weaver II Version 1.0.1 Important! We strongly recommend that you install the Easy Theme and Plugin Upgrades plugin, available at WordPress.org, before trying to install the latest Weaver II update. After you install Easy Theme and Plugin Upgrades, go … Continue reading →
One common issue we hear is “After I make changes and save my settings, they don’t show up when I display my site.” In almost all cases, this behavior is caused by browser caching. Cache issues when developing a website are common to all web developers during the development process – not just using Weaver. It is the nature of … Continue reading →