Bootville Lite is a fully responsive theme built with Automattics Underscores starter theme and Boostrap Framework. It features a single sidebar with three widget areas in the footer, social media icons and three menu areas. Bootville Lite is easily customized and simple to create a Child Theme with.
Speaking of child themes Indigo child theme for Bootville Lite has been updated to reflect several changes and has been made translation ready, go ahead and update if you haven’t already. It is a good idea to update Bootville Lite straight from your themes section in your site admin this way you’ll receive notification of any updates.
If you like Bootville lite be sure to give it a rating and review at it’s page on WordPress.org!
Bootville 1.4 was released today that fixes an issue with a double tagline. Usually I’ll send an email to everyone that purchased the theme but I received an error when sending the emails and I’m still waiting to hear back from Easy Digital Downloads support.
To download the update simply log into the theme shop and click purchase history, there you’ll find a link to download the new version.
To install Bootville 1.4 the easiest way is to use FTP. If you don’t have FTP access simply set another theme such as Twenty Fifteen active, delete Bootville then upload an activate the new version. Your settings, menus and widgets will remain once you activate the new version.
The next version of Bootville will not include redux framework. To reduce file size and to ensure the newest version of Redux is being used I’ll be using TGM Plugin Activation which will prompt users to install Redux Framework plugin (free). There should not be any visible changes to theme options once it’s activated. This is how WordPress recommends including Plugins and Frameworks such as Redux now.
If you have any suggestions for new features or experience any issues with the new version feel free to contact me via Forums or using the contact link at the top of this site!
Every year WordPress comes out with a new default theme, this year it’s called Twenty Fifteen theme. Twenty Fifteen a clean, blog focused theme with a fixed sidebar. If you’re like me you might want to check it out before it’s released to play around with to see what it can do.