Naya Lite - 1.0.9

minimal responsive blog theme

For developers and website owners, Naya Lite is a responsive framework which can perfectly serve as a parent theme if they want to create their own child themes. For bloggers, Naya is a minimal blogging theme that takes their web presence back to the early days of blogging. While Naya Lite’s design justifies the idea of a good old fashioned blog, its features emphasize on being more modern and state-of-the-art. Being both responsive and retina-ready while still maintaining the look of a classic blog, Naya Lite perfectly manages to combine the past and future of blog design.

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Basic Features

Cross Browser Compatibility

Same design and functionality across all major browsers.

Customer Support

Get quick response to all your questions about our themes.

Design by Professionals

State-of-the-art design by our in-house design squad.

Easy Customization

Customize our themes and personalize your website.

Easy Installation

Easily install our themes to your hosted WordPress website.

New Technologies

Cutting-edge Responsive and Retina Ready themes.

Search Engine Optimized

Invite search engine spiders to see your website.

Up-to-date Upgrades

Up-to-date upgrades with the latest version of WordPress.

Change Log

Version 1.0.9

  • Added some action hooks on header and footer.
  • Removed unwanted PHP funtions
  • Replaced deprecated live jQuery function by on function

Version 1.0.8

  • style.css enqueued from function instead of header
  • Added more options to add social medias : Google Plus, Vimeo and Flickr

Version 1.0.7

  • Error occured while editing post fixed

Version 1.0.6

  • Theme option datas are now saved in a single array.

Version 1.0.5

  • home_url() escaped with esc_url()
  • data sanitazation, validation and escape fuctions used
  • PHP fixes for sidebar
  • CSS fixes for table font size

Version 1.0.4

  • get_stylesheet_uri() used instead of bloginfo() function for main stylesheet url.
  • google font path fixed
  • added prefix on userdefined functions
  • Escape functions added
  • home_url function added to output home page url
  • fonts with gpl license used
  • hooks sections removed that provided theme options for arbitrary header/footer scripts.

Version 1.0.3

  • Removed: description and author removed from header.php
  • Removed: Dashboard widgets removed
  • Fixed: wp_title filter used for title tag
  • Fixed: Google fonts enqueued without the protocol (http:).
  • Fixed: Favicon icons disable by default
  • Fixed: admin_print_scripts and admin_print_styles changed to admin_enqueue_scripts
  • Fixed: scripts and styles files enqueued directly without registering
  • Fixed: output of data by using escape function
  • Fixed: used ‘theme_location’ parameter instead of ‘menu’ in wp_nav_menu
  • Fixed: register_nav_menu(), add_theme_support, add_image_size, add_nav_menu, register_nav_menus and load_theme_textdomain hooked into after_setup_theme action.

Version 1.0.2

  • Added: License information added on readme.txt file of bundled js files and icons.

Version 1.0.1

  • Fixed: Non-printable characters were replaced by web save special characters.
  • Fixed: Enqueued comment-reply script.
  • Fixed: wp_head() template tag placed immediately before the closing HTML head tag.
  • Fixed: wp_footer() template tag placed immediately before the closing HTML body tag.
  • Fixed: manage_options replaced by be edit_theme_options on setting page.
  • Fixed: Read more text field validated.
  • Fixed: sampression_right_sidebar() replaced by get_sidebar() function.
  • Added: Function for custom header preview on admin panel.