Today, I released the next version of Accessible Zen. It’s version 0.1-alpha-4.
You can find out more on the Github repository, but here are the basics:
- Consistent CSS comments, form tweaks and other CSS clean up.
- Reorganize file structure and clean up template comments.
- No more
<br>tags in the footer meta.
- Use the HTML5 support from WordPress core for certain elements.
- Improve menus on mobile devices.
- Better line height on headings.
- Add compatibility file for WordPress 3.6.
- More support for RTL languages in the editor.
We’re careening toward the first, and likely, only Beta release. Right now, I plan to just add how-to documentation for the next release. I hope that the Beta turns into the first “official” release, but I may need to make adjustments or fix bugs. We’re a bit closer to having a new accessible-ready theme in the Themes Directory!
Remember, I’m still in Alpha. That means it’s early in the game. I’m still developing the theme and I really don’t recommend that you run it on a production site — set up a test site just to play with it.
I’d love to hear what you think! You can submit feedback on the GitHub issues section, or by emailing me at me (at) davidakennedy dot com.
Read more about Accessible Zen, download the alpha version or view the demo.