Eos recently topped the 20,000 downloads mark on WordPress. Thanks to all for your support.
We continue to work on the Eos theme to improve it for our users. So far, we have over 7,000 downloads. Thank you all!
Since it was first launched, Eos has clocked up an astonishing 2,235 downloads. As a result it has sailed up in the charts, ranking at Number 14 in the Most Popular Themes list on WordPress.org.
- 1.Written by RandyI use your theme in my blog. It's great. Thanks.
- 2.Written by joojenI used the theme for my Chinese blog.keege.com
- 3.Written by SpareChangeZombieI've tried 100's of themes. This is the first one that just looks good all the way around!
- 4.Written by FredI'm using ur themes, very nice & cool.
I would like to know 2 things;
1) The Blog Name seems dark & blend into the background, didn't stand out. How do I make it standout? Like, Brighter Text & Glowing from the background of the Text ?
2) I was wondering when I'm using FireFox version 3++, using my cursor to select & highlight the Contents didn't appear the Highlighted Text. I tried using Chrome 2 has no problem. Any fixes ?
- 5.Written by Shammah
Using it on my blog, very nice and clean theme, I love it!
- 6.Written by YPRuckI just downloaded this theme but I am having issues with how I would like my posts to display b/c some things I posts are videos or have pics that I would like to displayYou guys have taken care with every detail. Nothing overlooked or rushed. True quality, and I appreciate your work. This is the first theme I haven't had to jump into the code and do my own clean-up. great stuff guys.
- 8.Written by Craig TurnerUsing itworks very nice... im using it on my blog too: apuntux.com
- 10.Written by alan telfordSebastian,
This is an outstanding theme, it's just so slick and oozes quality. Thanks for the second menu dropdown,
- 11.Written by Vin KI'm really surprised you guys don't charge for this theme. It surpasses the quality of most paid themes I've seen so far. Great work, keep it up.
- 12.Written by DavidVery nice. Out of countless themes this is one of a handful that I've kept to test with. Again, very nice.
- 13.Written by DanyJust installed it for testing purpose and I've got to admit, I'm impressed. Looks like I'll keep it.
- 14.Written by 510blogI like it very much!
- 15.Written by OP351netEOS looks great indeed. I'm translating it to pt_PT and I might send you the .po files if you haven't got them already. I'll be getting back here regularly for some upgrades. I'm countingExcellent theme, thank you. I tried many when I first set up my Wordpress site and finally settled on Eos. However, I have fiddled with it quite a bit, changing a number of small things to suit my requirements, so am reluctant to upgrade without knowing what has changed. I cannot find out anywhere. Is there a changelog or something we can look at?
- 17.Written by LauraLike your theme very much. I just would like to get rid of the Meta module.
- 18.Written by SleepyJohnLaura,
Open sidebar.php in an editor and comment out lines 53 to 61 like so:
- 19.Written by JackI'm using your theme now,it looks good in Chinese and easy to set,Thank you all!
- 20.Written by UTANHi
Thanks for sharing this wonderful theme I have it and edited it to fit my liking..
Appreciate all your hard-work..
- New feature: You can now disable the RSS icon in the sidebar.
- Added Hungarian translation (1.2.7)
- Fixed bug in comments_popup_link() on WordPress archive pages.
- Fixed serious issue where the default version of Eos would be RTL.
- Added support for headings in posts (H1 to H4).
- Added Persian language file.
- Fixed an issue in the Right-To-Left version of the theme where sidebar bullets appeared on the left instead of on the right of the list items.
- Added Czech language (thanks to J0hn R.)
- Updated Italian language file.
- Updated German language file.
- Added support for showing the widget bars header_bar and footer_bar on single wordpress posts and pages.
- The default twitter URL is now empty and is checked for validity.
- Added support for a Twitter icon right next to the RSS icon in the sidebar. The Twitter icon can be enabled in the Eos Theme Options page.
- Updated translation .POT file.
- Updated German language file.
- Added Portuguese language.
- Fixed "Home" link in header where it would redirect the user to a default language.
- Added Swedish translation. Note: The language file is outdated and some parts of WordPress might not be fully translated yet.
- Improved the generation of the page title for tag pages.
- Fixed issue with the footer where the copyright year would have to be manually updated. It now updates automatically to the current year.
- Changed the behavior of blockquotes so that long hyperlinks will be displayed properly.
- Added Sinhalese translation.
- Fixed footer so that the BuddyPress bar would work in WPMU.
- Updated Italian translation.
- Added Russian localization (thanks to Andrei Stepanov).
- Added a new one-column widget sidebar that appears below the two-column widget sidebars. This allows for more flexibility in choosing what widgets to display where in the sidebar.
- Fixed search function: When browsing the archives or within a certain category, the search form only looked within the current category or archive page. It now defaults to searching the whole blog.
- Updated Romanian localization.
- Updated Spanish localization.
- Added Spanish localization (thanks to Claudio Damicelli)
- Added support for RTL direction (Right-To-Left). Currently works flawlessly only in Firefox 3.5 and IE8. IE7 and below, Safari, Opera and Chrome show a horizontal scroll bar.
- Added Chinese Traditional localization (thanks to Bob).
- Added tooltips for blog titles.
- Added a widget bar below the header. The bar appears above all posts on the homepage and all archive pages.
- Added a widget bar above the footer. The bar appears below all posts on the homepage and all archive pages.
- Modified the design of the header background. If anyone prefered to revert back to the old header background, please let us know.
- Fixed two display bugs in full-width pages.
- Fixed small bug with nested bold and italic text (<strong> and <em> elements).
- Added Italian localization (thanks to Gianni Diurno).
- Added dropdown support for the secondary menu (the pages).
- Updated default and German localizations.
- Fixed small display bug for localized versions of Eos.
- Fixed small display bug in header menu when no categories where shown.
- Fixed bug in dropdown menus: A sub menu item that extended to two lines overlapped with the item below it.
- Added French localization (thanks to Etienne Samson).
- Fixed non-localized text in header.php (spotted by Etienne Samson).
- Fixed bug where PHP returned errors at the top of the blog when first using the theme.
- Added sorting options for the top menu. One can now sort the categories alphabetically by category name, by category ID, by category slug and by the count of posts.
- Added support for a second line of top menu items. The menu bar will expand if necessary.
- Changed the color of the blog title to make it just a tad lighter.
- Fixed bug in all language files where certain strings were not translated, noticably the text that appears when you use the search form and no results are returned.
- Fixed and improved Chinese Simplified language file (thanks to Bob).
- Fixed an issue with Firefox 3.x where selected text was highlighted in a very bright color and therefore not as visible as it used to be. Eos now overides this default behavior of Firefox 3.x and replaces it with the commonly recognized highlight colors.
- Fixed compatibility issue with Eos and the plugin "OpenID" where the OpenID icon was not showing left to the author of a comment who logged in using OpenID.
- Dropdown menu is now enabled by default.
- Added simple CSS-based dropdown menu capabilities for up to two levels for the main menu.
- Added German localization.
- Added Chinese Simplified localization (thanks to Joojen).
- Added support for wp-calender.
- Changed display of comments: Added a border around comments.
- Improved sidebar design.
- Fixed bug in archives where the title was displayed incorrectly.
- Fixed bug in the header search form: When the language of the theme was set to any language other than the default (English), the focus effect did not work properly.
- Added localization support: The theme now fully supports localization through gettext.
- Added support for the plugin wp-pagenavi.
- Added a "scroll to the top" link on the top right of the footer.
- Added feature: The year of a post is now shown when a user mouses over the Month or Day next to the post title.
- Added a "skip to content" link at the very top of every site. This link is only used for text-based browsers and screen readers when CSS is not supported.
- Fixed display bug near the bottom right corner of the design.
- Fixed several display bugs with password-protected posts.
- Fixed display bug for blog posts that are only allowed to be commented by logged-in users.
- Fixed bug: A blog post was messed up if it was only composed of a left or right aligned image.
- Fixed display bug: The blog title of a post did not expand for very long titles.
- Fixed IE bug: The header menu exploded out of its bounds if the blog had a lot of categories.
- Published the first version of the theme.