Storefront 2.5.6 has been tagged for release and uploaded to WordPress.org. This is a small release focused on maintenance and compatibility fixes.
Here’s what’s new (pulled directly from the changelog):
- Enhancement - Custom site background color is now used in editor preview. - Fix - Ensure mobile sticky footer navigation links are visible when colours are customised (use header/nav colour scheme, consistent with 2.5.4 and earlier releases). - Fix – Fix issue where product and category images were not centered on homepage & category pages. - Fix – "Reveal password" button (eye icon) is now positioned correctly in new password fields (my account change password and signup). - Fix - Fix several mispositioned :focus rings (in Firefox and other browsers). - Fix – Ensure product images have appropriate bottom margin. - Fix – Buttons blocks now respect the border radius set by the user. - Fix - Buttons blocks now respect the border radius set by the user. - Fix - Buttons blocks no longer show an underline. - Fix – Product page, cart, and checkout layout fixes affecting stores with longer product names on smaller screens. - Fix - WordPress 5.4 compatibility – Text inside the Calendar block is now centered, in line with the Calendar widget. - Fix – WordPress 5.4 compatibility – Ensure block editor uses theme typography styling. - Fix – WordPress 5.4 compatibility – Adapt block editor width if sidebar widgets are present/disabled. - Compatibility - Disable the footer bar when used with Checkout or Cart blocks (currently in development). - i18n – Use correct direction arrow icons in RTL languages (next, previous and forward). - i18n – Fix inappropriate use of disambiguation context in admin notice 'or' string. - Tweak – Improve HTML5 compliance for enqueued scripts and styles. - Tweak – Removed unnecessary vertical-align css rule for button, select, input and textarea elements. - Dependencies – Update Font Awesome icon font to 5.13.0.
Download the latest release of Storefront from WordPress.org, or venture over to
Dashboard → Updates in your WordPress admin to update your theme.
As usual, if you see any issues, please log them in detail on Github.