This update applies to both Volatyl and Volatyl for EDD. Version 1.3.2 brings a long list of changes, of which only a few will stand
This update applies to both Volatyl and Volatyl for EDD. Update 1.3.1 is simply for maintenance reasons. There were a few bugs or adjustments needing
These changes apply to both versions of Volatyl. This is an extension of the first update since the release of WordPress 3.8. If you haven’t
These very simple changes apply to both versions of Volatyl. The most noticeable difference in Volatyl 1.2.7 pertains to the header, standard, and footer menus.
Child themes are a thing of mystery to some. What a shame. They’re so helpful and they prevent more problems than you will never know.
Did you read about child themes and now you’re wondering if you can create your own child theme for Volatyl? Of course you can! Anyone
If you’re here, you probably already understand child themes. They should always be used to customize Volatyl. You’re probably ready to get started building your
Want to hear something cool? A template file in a child theme behaves just like the style.css file in that it overrides the corresponding file
Volatyl was designed with child theme development in mind. While there are certain parts of Volatyl that should never need editing in a child theme,
Volatyl’s goal was to be complex but easy to use. Never getting in WordPress’ way, most of what you find in the WordPress Codex can