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Demo site for WordPress themes developed and released by Derek Punsalan – 5ThirtyOne

Add support for 2.7 "sticky" posts

In order to make use of the new sticky post feature found in WordPress 2.7, you’ll need to modify your index.php, page.php, and single.php to make use of the new post_class() function.

Previous themes would use the following within the loop to identify posts:

<div id="post-<?php the_ID(); ?>" class="post">

Adding support for sticky posts requires dynamic classes using this function:

<?php post_class(); ?>

If there is a specific class that you would like the function to include, you can add it as a parameter: post_class(‘customClass’).

Sorry for not including this feature out of the box by default. These releases are meant to be backwards compatible for WP 2.6 users as well.

Say hello to WordPress 2.7

General info concerning WordPress 2.7 can be found here.

Sometime in December 2008, WordPress version 2.7, will be released to the public. For information on the bug-fixes and enhancements in this version, see Changelog for 2.7. Currently, WordPress version 2.7 Release Candidate 1 is being tested.

Some of the new welcomed features are threaded comments, pagination, and the ability to upgrade WordPress directly from within the admin Dashboard.

Welcome

This is the demo site for 5thirtyone.com. As existing themes are re-released, updated versions of code will be made available for demo.