Flex Skin 1.3.1 Has Arrived

by Chris Pearson · 6 comments

We’ve just released Flex version 1.3.1. You can grab it via automatic updates or direct download (login required).

This is primarily a bugfix release, and you can check out all the gory details in the changelog.

Please note that if you’re an existing Flex user, version 1.3.1 includes updated Skin CSS. To apply it properly, follow these steps:

  1. Update your Skin CSS
  2. Save your Design options

That’s it!

About the Author: Chris Pearson, Thesis creator and DIYthemes founder, is obsessed with optimizing the web and making sure every last detail receives the attention it requires. Follow DIYthemes on Twitter for the latest tips and info on building effective websites.

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Jelina Roy

Hey Chris,

Thanks for providing Flex Skin newer version, Updating on my micro sites.

Manoj

Thesis is my favorite choice for my WordPress sites. It’s easy to use and has elegant design to represent our blogging value.

All the best.

With love,

Manoj

Sundar

Hi Chris,

Thanks for providing Flex Skin newer version, Updating the theme on my micro sites.

Keep doing the awesome job 🙂

Regards
Sundar

jerry

Thanks providing the Flex Skin newer version. I will try this on my new wordpress blog that i have been working on.

Sprout

Fantastic, thank you Chris for new version of Flex Skin. I hope it will help me in by internet business.

Andrew

I love the design elements, especially GRT. I want to maintain maximum readability and beauty of reading. I am just starting a site for which this will work well. I am not a web developer or designer and just want to make sure the design elements for this will do the following:

I usually will NOT want sidebars, but WILL want the narrower-column GM typography in a centered position for post summaries, post content, and comments — basically, anywhere where I’m using standard-sized article/content text. Will the flex skin do this automatically, or will it widen the text to be like the “no sidebars” example page? Or, can I easily change a setting once and have it be GM narrow centered unless I change it?