Intensity Changelog

Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.2.3 (September 11, 2017)

* Added font size and hover color options for social media links in header and footer
* Added Open Graph meta tags for pages and posts
* Fixed a conflict with the preloader and the Autoptomize plugin
* Updated WooCommerce template files


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.2.2 (September 11, 2017)

* Updated Intense to version 2.9.0
* Updated Visual Composer to version 5.2.1
* Updated LayerSlider WP to version 6.5.8
* Updated Slider Revolution to version 5.4.5.2
* Fixed a typo in the branding settings
* Fixed compatibility issues with WooCommerce 3.0.9


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.2.1 (May 25, 2017)

* Fixed showing of nested categories in the breadcrumb
* Updated Intense to version 2.8.9
* Updated LayerSlider WP to version 6.5.1
* Updated Slider Revolution to version 5.4.5.1


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.2.0 (April 25, 2017)

* Updated Slider Revolution to version 5.4.3


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.1.9 (April 18, 2017)

* Updated Intense to version 2.8.8
* Updated LayerSlider WP to version 6.3.0
* Updated Slider Revolution to version 5.4.1
* Updated Visual Composer to version 5.1.1
* Fixed compatibility issues with WooCommerce 3.0+


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.1.8 (Feb 7, 2017)

* Updated Intense to version 2.8.7
* Updated LayerSlider WP to version 6.1.0
* Updated Slider Revolution to version 5.3.1.5
* Fixed PHP 7.1 related warnings
* Fixed an issue with the one column team template found in the agency child theme
* Fixed an issue with the two column text only content template found in the political child theme


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.1.7 (December 6, 2016)

* Updated Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) to the latest version (5.5.1)
* Updated Intense to version 2.8.5
* Updated LayerSlider WP to version 6.0.6
* Updated Slider Revolution to version 5.3.1
* Updated Visual Composer to version 5.0.1


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.1.6 (November 10, 2016)

* Fixed content section breakout issues with parallax background images
* Updated Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) to the latest version (5.4.8)
* Updated Intense to version 2.8.4
* Updated LayerSlider WP to version 6.0.5


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.1.5 (November 9, 2016)

* Fixed CSS link for dynamically created CSS files
* Updated LayerSlider WP to version 6.0.3
* Updated Slider Revolution to version 5.3.0.2


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.1.4 (October 14, 2016)

* Fixed an issue with the way preloader code handles download links
* Updated Intense to version 2.8.2
* Updated Redux Framework to the latest version (3.6.1.3)


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.1.3 (September 15, 2016)

* Fixed preloader so it doesn’t animate when triggered from the single attachment page or
when downloading a file
* Fixed some margin issues that caused horizontal scrollbars
* Fixed default logo url to use the website’s url if not set.
This also fixes an issue with qtranslate reverting to default language.
* Fixed a compatibility issue with upcoming WordPress version 4.7
* Updated WooCommerce templates
* Updated Intense to version 2.8.1
* Updated Visual Composer to version 4.12.1


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.1.2 (July 8, 2016)

* Updated LayerSlider WP to version 5.6.9
* Updated Slider Revolution to version 5.2.6
* Updated Visual Composer to version 4.12
* Updated Intense to version 2.8.0
* The above plugins were somehow not updated during packaging of version 1.1.1


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.1.1 (July 6, 2016)

* Added option to show/hide social links on post pages
* Added Alt Text option for the site logo image
* Added Background Color, Border, and Border Radius options for Secondary level menu
* Updated LayerSlider WP to version 5.6.9
* Updated Slider Revolution to version 5.2.6
* Updated Visual Composer to version 4.12
* Updated Intense to version 2.8.0
* Updated TGM Plugin Activation class to version 2.6.1


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.1.0 (May 31, 2016)

* Fixed an issue in Intense that was preventing installing of demos
* Updated Redux Framework to the latest version (3.6.0.5)
* Updated Slider Revolution to version 5.2.5.3
* Updated Intense to version 2.7.9


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.0.9 (May 26, 2016)

* Improved demo installation by separating out steps, improving feedback,
preventing the chance of conflicts with plugins, and adding the ability
to manually FTP upload the demo zip file to the server for installation
* Increased request timeouts for demo import
* Improved overall performance of admin screens
* Fixed issue with saving of template files created with the Templates CPT
* Updated LayerSlider WP to version 5.6.8
* Updated Slider Revolution to version 5.2.5.1
* Updated Intense to version 2.7.8


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.0.8 (May 3, 2016)

* Fixed broken demo import
* Removed global word-break styling
* Updated LayerSlider WP to version 5.6.6
* Improved overall performance of admin screens


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.0.7 (April 26, 2016)

* Updated Slider Revolution to version 5.2.5
* Updated Redux Framework to the latest version (3.6.0.1)
* Added child theme’s style.css as another way to add custom CSS
* Fixed menu styling and search button for page/post level saved header menus
* Improved overall performance


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.0.6 (April 13, 2016)

* Added Welcome tab to theme options to show links and plugins
* Added theme registration to receive automatic updates, support registration, forum access and more
* Added automatic updates. Users will need to manually update to version 1.0.6.
* Added new “Left menu without branding” header template
* Fixed “Branding on left with menu below” header template


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.0.5 (April 5, 2016)

* Fixed theme check issues
* Fixed bug in several templates when Intense isn’t enabled
* Fixed missing header animation option warning
* Removed unused intensity_after_closing_body action
* Removed Redux notices
* Removed forced activation/deactivation from TGMPA plugins
* Replaced dirname( __FILE__ ) with get_template_directory() in included plugins


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.0.4 (March 31, 2016)

* Moved wp_footer to just before closing body tag
* Changed site icon check from WP version to wp_site_icon function check
* Removed functions from header and footer templates
* Prefixed functions, actions, and more that weren’t prefixed
* Fixed data validation issues where dynamic data was not properly escaped
* Fixed divide-by-zero issue in multicolumn widget templates
* Replaced system calls for reading/writing files with WP_Filesystem methods
* Consolidated Intro Effect single post templates to reduce space


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.0.3 (March 22, 2016)

* Fixed importing of custom post types and saved templates
* Updated theme translatable strings so they are now properly escaped
* Removed use of basename() and dirname() functions


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.0.2 (March 14, 2016)

* Added support for full width mega menus
* Fixed main translation file changing it from .po/.mo to .pot version
* Removed SVG upload capability because it is a potential security risk
* Removed inline styles across templates and theme files
* Refactored code to remove use of global variables
* Refactored shrink header mode
* Omit closing PHP tag on some pages to avoid “Headers already sent” issues


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.0.1 (March 9, 2016)

* Added support for Easy Digital Downloads
* Added support for Gravity Forms
* Added support for BuddyPress
* Added ‘nogutter’ class to a couple post fullwidth templates
* Added Agency child theme
* Added Brewery child theme
* Added ability to use Template CPT to create Primary Footer and Secondary Footer templates
* Fixed circle image center alignment on one of the author templates
* Fixed a few font size issues


Intensity | Responsive Multi-Purpose Theme – v1.0.0 (February 20, 2016)

* Initial Release

Installing WordPress

Intensity requires a working version of WordPress – which can be installed in multiple ways. Check with your hosting provider to make sure you meet the minimum requirements. Often hosting providers will have tools that make installing WordPress a matter of just a few clicks. Check with your hosting company to see if this is an option available to you. If you are looking for hosting, check out our list of recommended hosting companies.

If you need help installing WordPress, there are step-by-step instructions found within the WordPress Codex.

The following video created by Woo Themes walks through the installation process.

Requirements

The Intensity theme is made to work with WordPress 3.5 or newer, PHP 5.6 or newer, and MySQL 5 or newer. However, we recommend you follow the requirements listed for WordPress.

PHP Configuration

Many issues can be caused by PHP configuration settings that are too low. Issues such as: having problems uploading or installing files, experiencing a white screen when trying to access your site, mysteriously losing menu items when editing large menus, etc. can all be related to PHP configuration settings.

Recommended Settings
max_execution_time180
memory_limit128M
post_max_size32M
upload_max_filesize32M

If you are unsure how to change these settings yourself, your hosting company can help. You can see what your current settings are by using the following plugin:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-php-info/

Recommended Hosting

While there are numerous hosting options available, a few have proven themselves to be the best when it comes to hosting WordPress websites. We recommend hosting your site with any of the following hosting companies. They have all proven to be reliable, fast, easy to use, and easy to set up.

DreamHost has an easy 1-click WordPress install that makes it dead simple to set up a new site. DreamHost is a Los Angeles based hosting provider that has been hosting sites since 1997.

Bluehost comes highly recommended within the blogging world. It also has an easy 1-click WordPress install. Bluehost is one of the top 20 hosting companies and host over 2 millions websites.

WP Engine provides best-in-class customer service on top of innovation-driven technology. They have over 30,000 customers in 120 countries. WP Engine makes managed WordPress hosting simple, scalable, and secure.

Package Content

After purchasing Intensity, you can find the download from the http://themeforest.net/downloads page. When downloading Intensity, you are given the option to download All files & documentation or the Installable WordPress file only from ThemeForest. If you download the Installable WordPress file only this will provide you with a zip file that can be directly installed into WordPress. If you choose the All files & documentation option, the following items are included in the package:

FolderDescription
DocumentationContains a file that, when opened, will bring you to this documentation
Intensity ThemeContains the installable WordPress theme and child theme files
LanguagesContains language translation files that have been fully or partially translated
LicensingContains theme licensing information
PSDPSD files we used to generate the demos

Licensing

The purchasing and licensing of Intensity is handled through ThemeForest. Envato, the owner of ThemeForest, has defined the license terms and restrictions. You can purchase two different types of licenses for Intensity – Regular or Extended. To learn more about the differences between the two licenses, please see the license information page.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are the most common questions asked by customers. You can find a full list of FAQs on ThemeForest.

I have more than one site, do I need more than one license?

Yes. Each license allows you to use Intensity on only one site. If you need to use Intensity on another site, you will need to purchase an additional license.

Can I use Intensity within a multisite environment?

Multisite networks often create difficult to understand licensing situations. Remember that the license covers only one site. If each site within the network makes up part of a larger website, you likely only need one license. However, if each site in the network is unique, you will need a license for each site.

If you are unsure about how to license your network sites, the best thing to do is to submit a question to ThemeForest to make sure you meet the licensing requirements.

Can I move my license from a test site to a live site?

Yes. You can use your license on your test site while you build the website. Once you are finished, you can move the license from the test environment to a live environment.

Can I use my license for different environments (ex. testing, staging, live)?

Your license is allowed to be used in only one environment at a time. If you want to keep multiple permanent environments, you will need a license for each.