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In version 2.2.0 (released November 28th, 2018) we have added long-awaited RTL support for all themes based on Apollo13 Framework. It means both Rife Free & Rife Pro can finally be used by a broader audience. We have also started implementation of accessibility improvements and fixed a few minor issues.
Although there were various plans to release WordPress 5.0 for whole last year, the first official release date was 19th November 2018. Thankfully it was already pushed to 27th November 2018, and many across WP community hope it will be pushed to secondary planned date in January 2019. Update: release date is set to 6th December 2018
Whenever release will happen don’t rush to update, if you really care about your site being fully available.
Since version 2.1.0 (released October 31st, 2018) all shortcodes from Apollo13 Framework are now available as Elementor widgets. That means no more writing shortcode by hand and lurking into documentation for all available parameters – isn’t this great?
Thanks to this we were able to rebuild all Designs(demos) for Rife Theme without using a single shortcode. Now everything is easy to drag & drop and edit.
Using SVG logo in your WordPress site is one of these techniques that bring only good effects as it optimizes your website on at least 2 levels:
Firstly, it will make your logo look as sharp as possible on a device it is displayed on. It means it will always look as intended. No more multi images for the logo to cover various screen DPIs.