The Bulletproof development team has finished the most important changes and therefore released v1.1 of the Bulletproof template framework. BP v1.1 is available for download at http://s9y-bulletproof.com/index.php?serendipity[subpage]=download.
Changes in this release are:
- added: automagic detection of additional user stylesheets (thanks to Grischa and Garvin!)
- added: new theme option for alternate display of number of comments and trackbacks
- added: new theme option to suppress the display of footer and/or header for sticky entries; also added a new class for sticky entries to make it possible to style them differently
- added: Bulgarian translation (thanks to Ivan Cenov; the Bulgarian translation might not be completely up to date, though)
- added: classes to style each row of the calendar individually
- added: new theme option to display text and/or icons for the previous/next page links
- fixed: display of the BP footer
- fixed: display of counter code in BP footer
- fixed: the link to the favicon in index.tpl has been commented out due to excessive apache error logging when it does not exist
- fixed: firefox horizontal line bug
- fixed: new classes for various combinations of sidebars and content
- added: new navigation classes for first and last link
- added: new div containers at top and bottom of wrapper
- added: support for IE5 through additional IE5-specific stylesheet; BP is still not working perfectly in IE5 (and probably never will be), but at least it is usable now
- added: default style for preformatted text in entries
- fixed: the sidebar sitenav is now contained within a .serendipitySideBarContent container for consistency
- fixed: display of 2 column, sidebar left layout in IE (all versions)
BP 1.1 will of couse also be included in forthcoming versions of Serendipity. Users using BP as their blog's template are strongly encouraged to update to v1.1. Template designers are strongly encouraged to update their BP derivates to this release also.
The development team will document these changes in detail over the next couple of days in the Bulletproof documentation blog, but right now, we all could use a little break We are, however, available for support in the s9y forums.