The collection of Ignition Framework based themes is growing fast. We have released Aegean, Convert, Beat and Amaryllis. Today we’re releasing the renewed version of our very popular magazine/blogging theme Public Opinion. Read more about it below.
GutenBee 2.8.0 is now live! Our popular free custom blocks plugin has been updated with a brand new block, the banner block and new functionality on existing blocks. Let’s take a closer look.
The third theme based on our new Ignition Framework, after Aegean Resort and Convert is here. Beat is the first music theme based on the new framework, making it the ideal choice for bands, solo artists, DJs, producers and anyone else in the music industry. Read more about the theme below.
A couple of weeks ago WooCommerce 4.6 was released. This is a minor release so everything should be backwards compatible. It brings updates to the WooCommerce Admin, the latest version of WooCommerce blocks and some fixes and localization improvements.
In case you haven’t noticed, a couple of days ago we released a couple of themes with familiar names. Aegean Resort and Convert, two of our most popular themes have been rewritten from scratch to be part of our new Ignition Framework based themes. Both have kept their great appearance and functionality, but under the hood everything is brand new. Keep reading to find out more about the new framework.
We are delighted to announce that our latest project is now ready for prime time. During the summer we’ve been working on a brand new framework which will be the core of all our themes going forward. Today we are releasing the first couple of themes based on the sparkling new Ignition Framework. In this article we will take a look at Convert, the first business theme based on the new framework.
We have designed and built both the theme and the underlying framework from scratch and focused our efforts on performance, ease of use, modularity, security and best coding practices. Keep reading to find out more about them.