Detailed information about each release of uipress 3. If you want to report a new feature you can do that here - for bug reporting please contact us on our on site chat.
This update brings the long awaited frontend toolbar editing capabilities as well as an option to allow the admin menu to be collapsed as well as a new option for disabling dynamic loading.
This update introduces new conditional options for blocks allowing you hide blocks from users within one template. It also adds a new analytics map block which shows visitor data on an interactive map.
This update fixes several bugs and adds several new options for customising the login screen along with a new shortcode block.
This update brings new features to customise the login page as well as a new streamlined admin theme option for those that don’t want to use the uiBuilder.
This update focuses brings countless improvements to the builder experience as well as some new features and bug fixes. The floating block options in the builder canvas have been removed and there is now a contextual options (right click) panel for blocks. This streamlines the building experience as well as introduces the ability to copy and paste blocks within the template. You can also now click on a block within the builder and it automatically opens it’s settings.
The block settings panel has been redesigned and split into 4 key sections, settings, wrap, styles and advanced. This helps distinguish each area and allows for an easier understanding of what you are editing. Many of the layout options within the block settings have also been updated to icons to give you a better visual clarity on what you are changing.
A small patch release to fix a problem switching between sites on multisite
This update introduces a brand new block – the content navigator. The content navigator is new way for navigating and organising your site content. It organises all of your content like posts, pages, custom post types and media into a tree like structure. You can navigate through your site by viewing posts or editing them, quickly duplicating items or by creating folders to keep everything organised.
This update contains lots of great tweaks and new features mostly concentrating on the ease of use of the builder and streamlining the template creation process.
There is now a new section to the patterns tab, pre made layouts. this contains a few useful layouts such as various columns and a blank boilerplate admin template that can be easily dragged into your templates.
We have also introduced block shortcuts. This area is designed for accessing key blocks quicker without having to navigate through the layers or find the element in the builder. Blocks such as the admin menu and page content will automatically display here and allow you to access their settings straight away.
On top of other UI tweaks you can now command / ctrl click on menu items to open in a new tab and you can now set site logos in the site settings, these are then available as dynamic values in the builder.
This update adds some great new features to the new tools and site settings sections of UiPress. The user role editor is now available from UiPress 2 with several improvements. The role editor now lives in the uiBuilder tools section and allows you to manage, delete and clone roles along with create and delete capabilities.
New site settings like enqueue styles, scripts, hide uipress from the plugin table and other options are also available in the new site settings area along.
New to the content block is two powerful new features, hide plugin notices and the ability to set a login redirect url / homepage. There is also a new option for the button block which allows you to run custom code on button click.
A pretty large update with a lot of new base features which lay the groundwork for future features in UiPress. There is now a very useful PHP error log viewer built into to the plugin. Not only does this allow you to view your PHP errors in an accessible way from the WordPress admin it make it easier to understand and track down specific errors.
There is also a new site settings area. Unlike settings in the templates, these settings are site wide and do not depend on templates. Currently these new settings include new options like post table ids, post table last modified, plugin status in the table, remove jquery migrate and others. There will be more to come in future updates.
If that wasn’t enough for you there is now a complete dark mode compatibility for the Gutenberg editor along with better compatibility and automatic fullscreen mode for all the major page builders like oxygen, elementor, bricks and breakdance.