Release note for Customizr Pro v2.0.9 and Customizr free v4.0.8 7


= Changelog =

  • Fix: handle user’s singular featured image height in singular. Fixes #1166.
  • Fix: correct horizontal positioning of the primary navbar menu. Fixes #1175.
  • Fix: fix slider textual fields wrong truncation. Fixes #1168.
  • Fix: featured pages, js error when not in home and front fpu js cached with w3tc
  • Imp : Gallery img sizes. Fixes #1165.
  • Imp : improved customizer js code
  • Updated : default footer credits link to Customizr Pro
  • Updated : about admin page

7 thoughts on “Release note for Customizr Pro v2.0.9 and Customizr free v4.0.8

  • Reply
    Karen S

    It seems like this new customizr theme update wiped out all my customizr settings, the slider on home page, the media picture in front of blogs, my drop down menus don’t work. I have manually put back in some of my customizr settings.
    I don’t know if I had a child theme or not, but it was the free theme. I would like to upgrade to Pro- but I can’t get any live help to do that.
    I can’t get help for fixing my website this either. I filled out the form to pay the 79 dollars, but they won’t offer help!
    Please help.

  • Reply

    Hi Nicholas,

    Thanks for the update of the great theme.

    With the option “Modern”, the theme handles bullet point and numbering differently compared with “Classic” and what is considered correct. I.e. with bullet points and numbering, the second and following lines normally indent to the start of the text in line one.

    Is the intention with “Modern”, that it refrains from doing so, or will it be adjusted?

    Best regards from Zurich

    • Reply

      Hi Robert,
      Thank you very much for raising this point. This was made by design when modern style enabled. But I agree, it might be better to set a margin on lists when part of the post/page content.
      We are currently discussing this modification with the dev team.

      • Reply

        Hi Nicolas,

        Thanks for your speedy reply. Please have a look at it – if you have pages being content rich and where you must list features, steps, processes etc. it makes them more readable.

        Maybe an alternative would be to have it as a “tick-the-box” option?

        Best regards

      • Reply


        I totally agree with Robert.
        In fact I’ve just switched to the Pro theme, and I was assuming that it was a design choice for this modern version.
        But indeed, it’s more readable with indentation.

        All the best,

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