WordPress 3.5.1 is now available and Nattywp themes are ready to run it.
As it states on a WordPress website 3.5.1 is a Maintenance and Security Release, so we strongly recommend all users to update to the latest version.
This short tutorial explain you how to upload your brand logo image and favicon icon. Let’s start.
After you activate new copy of NattyWP theme you’ll probably want to change default theme logo. It’s very simple to do, just login to WordPress Dashboard and open Theme Options page to display all the theme configuration options.
The vulnerability found in the TimThumb image resizing script, which we used in our themes for dynamic image resizing.
We’d highly recommend that you download the latest version of the theme zip and update your thumb.php script.
Alternatively, you just copy the latest version of timthumb and replace your thumb.php file in your theme folder.
How to Update?
To fix vulnerability go to Appearance > Editor and look for a theme file called thumb.php then copy fixed version code from here and paste the Timthumb code in there to replace the old version.
We are happy to announce the launch of NattyWP 2.0 – Premium WordPress Themes Club. We’ve implemented a lot of new features for our current and future customers, check a bit of a run-down below:
The NattyWP Blog
First of all, – Community Blog. Here we’ll announce all new themes, general news, describe you more our development process and add some freebies for you to download. We would like to stay in touch with all our members about our work in the community!
You are welcome to join our blog and Subscribe to our Blog feed.
We’ve completely redesigned our Themes Club and made it more convenient and informative. But there is more to come! We’ve updated Club pricing and lower an annoying Recurring Fee. Now, when recurring fee is low ($10/per month comparing to $300/per 3 month) you can stay subscribed and receive new themes, updates to all current themes and free support!