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Prologue Undergoes Updates

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January 31st, 2008
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Prologue, the WordPress.com theme that mimics Twitter like functionality has undergone a series of updates. The updates are as follows:

  • The front page now shows a stream of recent updates instead of one update per user
  • Pages now have their own template and look much better
  • Avatars are only shown once for sequential posts by the same author (front page and tag pages)
  • Post titles are no longer empty, they are generated based on the beginning of each post
  • Works out of the box for WordPress.org 2.3.2

Probably the biggest update is the fact that Prologue now works out of the box for WordPress 2.3.2. It didn’t work before because of a function that was used within the author template which wasn’t available in 2.3.2. Because of these updates, Prologue which is now at version 1.2, will have the changes reflected in Subversion (for self hosted WordPress.org blogs) and is available through the Theme selector in WordPress.com

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  1. Sadish (7 comments.) says:

    Can someone post it as a zip file for us?

  2. federicosanchez (1 comments.) says:

    @Sadish, you can download Prologue WP theme in a zip file in Project-logging en la empresa. Go to the bottom of the post and you’ll find the link to download the file.

  3. Foxinni - Wordpress Designer (1 comments.) says:

    Thanks. I’m intending to make a few skins for the current prologue. Can’t wait to do so many thing with it. Must just stay updated about the changes…

  4. Tapeleg (8 comments.) says:

    I know I’m a little late getting this in, but I’m trying to figure out how to remove the avatar display from the theme. We were talking about a liveblogging tool, and this could be a cool way of handing it. Such as, making a prologue site without a sidebar, that only displays the post content, then embedding it in a post, such as from an iframe. Any idea how to get rid of avatars?



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