On January 22nd, the Automattic crew unleashed WordPress 2.1 on the world, thereby wrecking (ok, causing minor problems with) a bundle of themes in the process. Sadly, Cutline was among the ranks of the afflicted themes, but only for reasons that were not unexpected.
Naturally, I can’t just leave you with a theme that is anything less than fully functional, so to solve this problem, I’m going to release a newer, hotter, better version of Cutline within the next few hours. In fact, by the time you finish reading this post, it’ll probably already be here.
Until then, it’s time to think about making this important upgrade, and I’d like to take this time to examine the following:
- Potential issues with the WordPress 2.1 upgrade
- How this upgrade affects Cutline
- What you can do to ensure that your theme is performing at optimum levels for whatever version of WordPress you choose to run.