We are pleased again to announce the release of our latest version, 4.1.2.
This version has addressed some issues discovered in the early version 4.1.1 and it is our hope that this will be the last partial update prior to releasing the next featured update to include our Responsive design.
It’s long overdue but it’s now available!
You can download version 4.1 from Theme Forest by logging into your purchasing account and clicking „Downloads“. Find the „KingSize WordPress Theme“ and click the „Download“ button and download the „Main Files“.
As always, we thank you for your patience while we addressed all the discovered issues/bugs. We believe we’ve addressed them all and are in hopes this will be the last bug fix released until we’ve released version 4.1 which will include many of the new features requested in recent weeks.
So with that said, let’s take a few minutes to review the many changes and fixes released in version 4.0.3.
We realize it’s only be a week since rolling out Version 4.0 and this update now makes two since, but as said before, when rolling out an update as large as we have, bugs are to be expected. In version 4.0.1, we addressed some of the major ones and released an update immediately. In this latest version of 4.0.2, we have corrected all the additional bugs/issues mentioned since.
We want to first thank you all for your patience while we corrected these and more importantly, thank you for your help in identifying the issues. We’re very sorry about the mishaps but as we’ve mentioned before, in an update as large as this one, it was bound to happen but we’ll get everyone sorted out and we’re constantly looking to continuously update KingSize more regularly. So now that it’s been said, let’s discuss version 4.0.1!
It’s finally here! The very anticipated and overdue update!
Version 4.0 is now available for Download on Theme Forest.
A friendly announcement containing details to our most current Change Log (for full details refer to the Documentation folder and help.html file):
1. The ability to disable or enable lightbox on Portfolio images.
2. The ability to disable or enable comments on Portfolio items.
3. The ability to disable or enable lightbox in your Blog posts.
We have made quite a fix changes in this release. Including an important one, updating the Timthumb script to the most current and stable version. Below here you will find a detailed list of all the changes we have introduced in this version.