Grav 1.4 and Admin 1.7 released


#1

Today we’re proud to release Grav 1.4, which has been in development and testing since the start of December 2017. This release has been created to act as a stepping stone in the Grav development process to make some new features and functionality available earlier than previously planned, and allow more time for testing and refinement.

https://getgrav.org/blog/grav-1.4-released


#2

Right on. Just upgraded to 1.4 final from 1.4 beta and all is good.

I just need to chmod permission to the usually folders again. assets, backup, cache, images. etc… No biggie.


#3

#4

Are you updating the documentation? Can’t wait for use Content Blocks


#5

Upgrade done !

It’s just a little bit complicated in a multi-site way for the admin plugin.

Good job !


#6

I’m hoping for that, too.


#7

Hello, I am currently running Grav v1.3.10 with theme “Learn2”. My question is, if I update, will the update override my changes over Learn2 styles and js?

Thank you :slight_smile:


#8

Hi @NEO, to keep theme changes (when theme updates occur) you need to create an inherited theme, based off the Learn2 theme https://learn.getgrav.org/themes/customization#theme-inheritance

Once you setup your inherited theme just copy over the Twig files you have already changed.


#9

There’s a separate thread describing the problem (HTML5 audio); but it seems sensible to put a warning here that updating to this version appears to break the handling of audio media tags.


#10

Thank you for the fast respond @paulhibbitts!


#11

This seems to be fixed in https://github.com/getgrav/grav/blob/develop/CHANGELOG.md#v142


#12

Thanks - I confirm that’s fixed the rendering for me.