Original Semiologic Theme Updated!!

Many, many years Denis created the Original Semiologic theme (2005 to be exact).  It existed well before all the “premium” themes and theme shops and clubs.   It’s primary competitor was Chris Pearsons’ Thesis theme.   In 2009 the Semiologic theme was retired and a greatly improved and more full functional theme, Semiologic Reloaded was released.   In 2010 any maintenance on the original theme had ceased.   Until now…

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Updated Sem-Cache Bolstering Site Performance

A bug in how an external css file was being incorrectly processed led me to dig into the asset caching functionality of the Semiologic Cache plugin.  The purpose of asset caching is to improve website performance by reducing the number of requests for “assets” (javascript files and css files) will also reducing the size of the asset that needs to be downloaded.

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Semiologic Themes and Plugins for WordPress 3.9 Available

All the Semiologic plugins and themes have been released for compatibility with WordPress 3.9.   WordPress 3.9 introduced the Widget Customizer functionality and upgraded the editor to TinyMCE 4.0.   These changes required changes for several of the plugins namely Widget Contents, Inline Widgets and Nav Menus.

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