As recently announced I created a WordPress version of the Hugo theme sciolism 2019. The theme recently passed the review process on WordPress.org and is now published in the theme repository. In addition you can also grab the theme on GitHub.
The year 2021 is rather young and many people tend to have new year resolutions. My new year resolution is – just kidding – these usually don’t work out anyway.
Nevertheless, I’ve used the last days to ship an update of e.nigma 2015 which mainly focused on optimizing the code base and providing small fixes. In addition I’ve ported the recently introduced sciolism 2019 theme from Hugo to WordPress. The theme is currently waiting for a theme review so I guess it will take a couple of weeks before it is available in the WordPress theme repository. For the impatient there is of course the change to fetch the theme from GitHub.
During a recent WordPress Meetup in Düsseldorf I decided to try out a new way to support the WordPress community by participating in the organization of the upcoming WordCamp Düsseldorf. With respect to the experience made during the WordCamp Cologne 2015 I can highly recommend to grab a ticket and join the conference to anyone of you being interested in WordPress.
As recently promised I just pushed an update for the e.nigma 2015 theme. The release notes are rather short but contain two important improvements:
* Enhanced experience on mobile devices (theme is "mobile friendly" now)
* Improved compatibility with recent WordPress versions
Since the theme was not updated for roughly four years a couple of minor adjustment were necessary to guarantee compatibility with recent WordPress versions. However, more attention should be given to the improvements with respect to the mobile experience. I made several adjustments to improve the mobile experience of the theme. More ❤️ for 📱.