OnePager 1.1 is working great and we are really proud of. But we know that once it reached to the hands of people, we would find out something interesting to improve so people can use it with ease.
After the collaboration with users in online chat, constant development, bug fixing and testing we’re excited to release our OnePager 1.2 update. The release aims to improve overall user experience, initiated shortcode capacity for more faster workflow, allow to add block override to personalize your site styling, squashed all aroused bugs and the most prominent part of this release is to load theme preview in Iframe to be away of code conflicts ensuring ease of use when you create blocks in OnePager.
So, I personally recommend you to upgrade the current version of OnePager to get the unified and best experience ever. Here are the details of changes in this release.
When we first release OnePager, we quickly realized some themes and plugins taking over the builder styles. Only way to prevent it to move the preview window inside an iframe. This is not important feature for most of you but this change open a new door of opportunities for us.
OnePager 1.2 offers enhanced user experience which indicates the unsaved area block area while your inadvertently closing the tab. In addition we increased the duration of notification standing and improved the block order for easy shorting.
Adding specialized content to the WordPress pages and post is the daily job of webmasters and site owners. To save your time, we enable shortcode using capability in OnePager. Now enjoy adding shortcode anytime and anywhere in your OnePager powered websites.
We are forerunner to provide instant fix for bugs. We have fixed all the bug found and reported for Onepager 1.1. Here is the list of bugs we provided fix for.
If you've any recommendation for our feature or want to report for bug, we you can reach our developers any time. Join our public chat room and say hello to OnePager core developers.