Theme update: Terminally
I’ve just submitted an update to Terminally to the WordPress.org themes directory which makes things work a little bit better in older versions of Internet Explorer (basically, to make up for it’s lack of support for RGBA colour transparency). I’ve made it my mission to keep IE specific hacks out of my themes but this will also help older versions of all browsers so I can justify it. One thing you won’t ever see is an IE specific stylesheet in any of the themes that I produce.
If the whole web took this stance, we would be able to kill off old versions of IE much quicker and get to a point where we all use browsers that stay up to date through the use of silent rapid release cycles, just like Chrome, which after just a couple of years is already on version 17 (not that you would know, Chrome never prompts you to upgrade or restart!).
This update has been approved and will go live the next time WordPress update the theme directory (usually once a week if my memory serves me right).
Plugin update: Kiss Insights
I’ve just updated the Kiss Insights plugin to version 2.0.2 which fixes a serious bug which would make the plugin output a PHP error on servers where that option is enabled and just flat-out not work for everyone else. This was because I basically forgot to commit the additional file I added in the last change when I updated the plugin. My bad. It’s all fixed I promise.
You can get the updated plugin at WordPress.org or update from within your WordPress Dashboard.