With a new month comes a new update! Not a whole lot going on, but it does help some people out.
Version 1.6.2 fixes a PHP notice bug when users who aren’t admins log in.
If you have any ideas for new features, be sure to post in the New Feature Requests Support Forum.
This one has been a long time coming!
Over the past few months, I’ve been really swamped at my day job which led to less time available to work on side projects. I also got married at the end of the summer, which as some of you know, also takes a significant chunk out of your day!
Since the support requests had died down, I figured development could take a short break! Now I’m back though!
Version 1.6 brings a some stability and usability improvements to ACFW, mainly in the form of code organization and and license management. Some large HTML blocks have been extracted and moved to a views folder, cutting down on code repetition as well. When you activate a license and your account runs out of activations, you’ll get a handy notice letting you know you need to upgrade or deactivate some licenses on your other sites. Your license key is also obfuscated upon activation (though it’s still there).
Check out the changelog in your admin dashboard for the full list, though I think that covers it! I did notice one small bug regarding the updater, so be on the lookout for that bugfix release in the next day or two.
Merry Christmas everyone! 🎄
It’s here! A long awaited release. Version 1.3 of ACFW brings some cool features to the table as well as some compatibility fixes.
First of all, ACFW will still partially work if ACF is not installed. You will still have access to the “Add new widgets” page and you can place the newly created widgets.
Filters have been put in place for a LITE mode and INCLUDE mode. You can find more information in the documentation section. You can also add widgets from code. Useful if you are including ACFW in a theme directly.