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With any major Tarski release, I know that there are bugs which won’t rear their ugly heads until it’s in the wild. Tarski 2.0.1 fixes the ones that have shown themselves so far. Details are in the changelog.
Jordan is the man to thank for the major fixes: he’s written a new, more efficient feed parser for the update notifier that should eliminate the memory limitation issues a couple of people had, and added an increased level of robustness to the options updater.
There are also fixes for a couple of CSS bugs, one where the navbar would disappear when only title and tagline were set to not display, and another where the next/previous post navigation disappeared in Internet Explorer.
Lastly, Tarski’s stylesheets are now added via the
wp_head hook, and they can now be filtered. This means if you want to replace the stylesheets entirely, and just use the markup skeleton, you can do it without editing
header.php. You could also use it to, for example, add per-page stylesheets or change the URLs to point to a separate file server.
Bugs, suggestions etc. to the forum as always.
If you like Tarski, Ben’s always happy to receive something from his Amazon wishlist.
(Please include your email in any message, otherwise he won’t know who to thank.)