Keel, my lightweight boilerplate for WordPress theme developers, got a handful of useful updates last week.
At the recommendation of Dan Biel, all scripts and styles are now included from the
I also added hooks that let you inline snippets of CSS and JS. This is particularly useful for feature detection or if you’re doing critical rendering path enhancements.
Keel also picked up a bunch of new utility methods:
- You can now customize the length of
the_excerpt(), and adjust the “read more” text.
- There’s a temporary fix for some overzealous CSS injection by Jetpack.
- There’s an option (off by default) to disable loop pagination and display all posts on a single page.
- There’s an (also off by default) option to disable
wpautop, which adds paragraphs and line breaks automatically to your content.
comments.phpnow let’s you specify all comments types, just comments, just trackbacks, etc.
This is specific to integration with Kraken, but I added a
.screen-reader-focusable class to the skip nav link for better accessibility.