Announcements

June activities in Toolset

June is over. Although it was a quiet time in terms of releasing new features, we’ve become more active on Facebook, at WordPress events and in cooperating with Toolset partners. Here’s the summary of June activities. Toolset workshops at WordCamp Poland Toolset workshops in Poland We organized Toolset workshops at WordCamp Poland, Europe. Topics covered: …

Best 404 error page winners and mentions

Last week we launched the first Toolset competition for non-Toolset users. The contest was targeted at the Toolset Types plugin’s users, but anyone who is not a Toolset customer was welcome to join. The task was to create a custom 404 error page on the Toolset training site using Toolset plugins. Time to announce winners! …

Create a 404 error page and win a Toolset subscription

Use our Toolset training site and create your own 404 error page using Toolset plugins. See how it feels to build websites using Toolset and win a Toolset subscription! What to do Your task is to use Toolset to build a 404 error page on the Toolset training site. Launch a Toolset training site Go …

Toolset with WordPress 4.8

Toolset plugins are working fine with WordPress 4.8. This release of WordPress doesn’t modify any API, so there’s no need for a new Toolset release for it. As always, before you update your sites, we recommend doing a full backup. For our sites, we back-up everything, test on a staging server and then update the …

CRED 1.9, Views 2.4, Layouts 2.0, and Access 2.4 Released

This update for all major Toolset plugins brings great looking form elements on the front-end, including CRED forms, custom search controls, and pagination. It also includes an easy-to-use grid generator, a better workflow for using CRED editing forms, way to control the Bootstrap grid size in Layouts, and other useful improvements. Great looking front-end elements …

Post Relationship Project Update – Migrating Current Relationships

The post relationship project hit an important milestone this week. Now, we have full import from the current parent/child relations to the new schema. The new post relationship in Toolset will give you a lot more design options and much improved performance. It uses new tables instead of hanging on the postmeta table. Of course, …

First Preview of Many-to-Many Relationship in Toolset

You probably heard us mentioning the upcoming support for many-to-many relationship in Toolset. Finally, we have a first working part, which I want to share with you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBKTWXVdjs0 To set-up relationships, you’ll go to Toolset->Relationships. There, you will see the existing relationships and can create new ones. You will be able to set-up different kinds …