As always, the changelog
The RSS section has been rewritten to accommodate adding custom filters to it from child theme’s child-functions.php files, which could include extra info being passed to it.
More Profile Options
I was getting tired of looking at each users profile and seeing outdated social media places, so there are new ones added to the profile that include twitter & facebook. NOTE: Will add those to the author pages for .30
The archive.php page which handles things like date tag and comic archives is completely rewritten, in .28 there was a bug with the showing text links that didn’t let you disable them, so it was a good opportunity just to rewrite the thing.
The reference widget is kinda fun and informative for your readers. When you “tag” posts, what this widget does is take those tags and finds ‘descriptions’ that you put inside your wp-admin -> posts -> post tags screen for tags, if a description exists, it will display inside the widget that description.
Another thing about the reference widget is you can add ‘images’ .png files to your child-theme’s images directory, just create a directory INSIDE the child themes images directory called “ref” and put the images there, for example /wp-content/themes/comicpress-mychildtheme/images/ref/ the images are named the same as the ‘slug’ for the tag you created, so if you created a tag called “Joe Schmoe” as a character name, the slug would be something like joe-schmoe so the filename the widget looks for is joe-schmoe.png that file would be located /wp-content/themes/comicpress-mychildtheme/images/ref/joe-schmoe.png to be found and used.
It’s looking for a 64px width image, with a .png extension in that directory.
New Option for single comic blog posts that are disabled
New option on the home tab to keep comments when the single page’s comic blog post is disabled
The CSS for Facebook was messed up a little bit, so fixed it.