Introducing : Upscale Theme for eCommerce Websites

Are you still wondering how you can build an eCommerce website by yourself? In this article, I will explain how you can easily build an eCommerce website based on WordPress and WooCommerce using our newly-released theme Upscale theme.

WooCommerce and Upscale Theme Overview


When you try searching for an eCommerce platform, WooCommerce certainly will come up as it is the popular one. It actually is a WordPress plugin, meaning that the basic thing you need to do to build your store using WooCommerce is to get the self-hosting WordPress. WooCommerce offers you much cheaper cost with more flexibility to build your eCommerce, and it is mostly compatible with other WordPress plugins. If you have an existing web, you don’t need to worry to create a separate web for selling products. Furthermore, you can read the article here to know the reason why you should choose WooCommerce.

Upscale Theme

Moreover, Upscale is a premium WordPress theme designed for those who want to build an eCommerce website providing a great online shopping experience.  Upscale is created to fully support WooCommerce’s capability while keeping the design pleasant and modern in order to create the perfect buying atmosphere. With plenty options of customization and features in it, you have your own control and flexibility to customize the theme so that it can suit your brand. The present of Visual Composer and Revolution Slider in Upscale facilitate the easiness of building pages and creating a slider to enhance the display of your website.

The basic things you need in an eCommerce store, of course, have been covered. You can sell physical and digital products with WooCommerce, and it can be your own products or affiliate ones. You can also encourage your customers to rate and write a review for purchased products within the review section which will be helpful for the others to make their purchase decision. Sale tax, currency, payment method are easy to configure and eCommerce basic features such as quickview and wishlist are built-in in Upscale. And for comfortable customization, Upscale theme provides live preview which will be handy to set up the appearance of your store.

Leverage the Main Features

  • Lots of Layouts for Shop Page and Single Product

What’s not to love when you can have different layouts for each product page? Upscale lets you have 6 distinct appearances, both for the product page and shop page. 6 layout options for each clearly gives you more variations to be outstanding.

  • Header & Footer Builder

header builder

Pages are easily built in Upscale, so are header and footer! Simply drag and drop the header or footer elements to create the layout you want. To make it easier (as if it’s not already easy!), you can choose a preset layout for header and footer before you drag and drop the elements.

  • Product Tagging

product tagging
Despite creating a shop, you can create lookbook, blog, and portfolio on your eCommerce site. And the awesome thing is that you can link the contents on them to your products conveniently. It’s all possible using the product tagging feature in Upscale. When you upload an image, you can place tag buttons in it. The buttons will show the short information of the products, and guide the shoppers to the product pages when they click the product link.

  • Fast Checkout

direct checkout

Clear out all distractions when your customers don’t need them at all. Upscale theme can make the checkout process faster and simple by providing direct checkout button. So when they only need to buy a certain product, they can bypass the cart stage and directly go to the checkout page.

  • Product Video


The power of videos is still strong and we can see that many eCommerce stores take advantage of video. They feature videos on their product pages to show their product in motion. You can join them as you can add product video on the product page. When your customers click the play button, they can see your product in action and of course, help them to make their purchase decision.

  • Sticky Add To Cart

Upscale provides sticky add to cart button which is essential for the mobile version or if you have detailed product description. After reading the product detail thoroughly and decide to purchase the product, the customers don’t need to scroll back to the top of the page. They can click add to cart button anywhere and ready to check other products or go to the checkout process. Thus, you don’t need to insert CSS or modify any code to make this happen, you just only need to enable the sticky add to cart button and everything’s done.

  • Color Swatches and Product Gallery

Displaying only dropdown options for product variation becomes boring sometimes, right? But you don’t need to find an additional plugin when you want to display the variation options in swatches mode. You can set up the swatches right from the product setting when you add a product. The variation of the product can be color swatches or image swatches. If you have custom variation beside color such as pattern, you can upload your own images showing the pattern and it will be displayed the same as the color swatches. Once the shoppers click on the swatches, the displayed product gallery will change based on the variation.

Build with Upscale Theme

  • Getting Started: Install Upscale Theme and WooCommerce

After managing your domain name and web-hosting, what you need to do is installing Upscale from your WordPress dashboard. Navigate to Appearance > Themes, upload the Upscale zip file, then install and activate the theme. Upscale has included WooCommerce plugin, so you only need to install and activate the required plugins after installing the theme.

Don’t forget to activate your Envato Toolkit so you can receive theme update directly on your WordPress dashboard.

  • Copying The Look: Install Demo Layout

You don’t need to create your store from scratch because Upscale has one-click demo installation. Choose one of the demos in Upscale then with a click, you will have a beautiful layout on your store. If needed, you can do few customization such as changing the color elements.

  • Organizing Store: Add Products

The next step is adding your collection on the web! After setting up the appearance, you can upload the products you sell. From your WordPress dashboard, go to Products > Add Product. There you can add product images, product details, and even customize the page layout within the Dahz setting. If the product has various options, don’t forget to set the product type as variable product so you can create color/image swatches later.

  • Enhancing The Display: Maximize Theme Functionality and Shortcodes

Now that you’re almost ready to open your store, you can take advantage of Upscale’s features. For instance, you can create newsletter pop-up for signup form, setup megamenu, and create lookbook. The shortcodes in Upscale can also help you to improve the appearance of your page. Product tagging, product carousel, and video banner are the example elements you can add to the post or page content of your website using Dahz shortcodes.

Users can refer to the Upscale’s online documentation as the guidance to leverage the theme’s capability.

Wrapping Up

Upscale is suitable if you want the simplicity and flexibility to build an eCommerce website. Thus, it shows that you can create an amazing web store and deliver a great shopping experience even though you don’t know a thing about coding or building a website before. Hopefully, you can create whatever store you have in mind with it.

Do you use Upscale theme to set up your eCommerce website? What feature do you like the most from the theme? Let me know your experience of creating eCommerce website with Upscale in the comment section below.


10 Super Actionable Tips for Engaging eCommerce Website

Creating eCommerce website in this digital era is a no brainer, but gaining customers is. As many people can have their own eCommerce store easily, the competition isn’t simply about selling your product. It’s also about how you differentiate your store in delivering shopping experience. Customer experience becomes the important element to survive in the battle and get people to make a purchase. Means, you have to build engaging eCommerce websites.

The following tips can help you to make engaging eCommerce websites so that you can increase the customer experience and turn your visitors into real customers.

” Engaging eCommerce Websites means better SEO ” – Dahz

First impression matters

for engaging ecommerce websitesFirst impression has a huge role to keep visitors stay when they land on your website. Make your homepage as an appealing attraction with ease of use. Choose the best layout that immediately represents your brand identity. Refreshing the homepage design regularly may help to increase the conversion, especially on holiday seasons. The attention span you get is only 8 seconds, so you better make the best out of it.

User-friendly navigation

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Don’t make people questioning themselves where they should start browsing on your website. Provide simple navigation to easier their way in finding their need. If you have many items to sell, dividing them into categories clearly. Clear call-to-action (CTA) button such as Add to Cart button, search bar, and shopping cart should be present anytime. If possible, let the visitors modify the navigation while they are searching for products. Having recently viewed feature will also be great to simplify the browsing.

Use high-quality photo

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Excellent product photo is a must for your eCommerce store. It’s what visitors see at first from your product details. Make sure your visitors get the clearest photos of your product from multiple angles and different variations (size, color, material). It will assure your potential customers about their expectation of the product. To make the product more stand out, match the photos with useful product copy and zooming feature.

Product videos

for engaging ecommerce websites

Many people still have hesitation on shopping online because they want to feel or touch the product before buying it. Product videos are a great alternative to lower the uncertainty. Showing your product on a video surely give much more details on how the product looks like for real. Just see what ASOS have done on their product page.

Customer Reviews

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Another way to gain more trust for your product is product reviews by the customers. Reviews with personal stories and real experience of using the products will be more trusted than the product copy itself. It gives more insights about the product from the same perspective of the potential customers.

Social Media Sharing

Social media network is the suitable place to gain more popularity for your brand. Give your visitors the ability to share your product on their accounts directly from the site. Note that the placement of social sharing button should not distract the conversion goal.

Craft an interesting blog

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It’s great to give beneficial information related to the products. Develop a blog section on your website that is filled with high-quality contents, such as articles on how to use your product or reviews that compare similar products. It can also optimize the SEO strategy of your site. For fashion eCommerce, creating a lookbook will be as helpful as a blog to show your customers how to wear products stylishly.

Easy checkout

for engaging ecommerce websites

Complicated process of checkout absolutely will raise the abandonment cart. Implement easy checkout for your customers’ convenience instead. Simplify the steps to checkout, provide guest accounts, and provide a number of payment options. Don’t forget to show the return policy and delivery information.

Secure shopping experience

When creating eCommerce store, it’s important to make a secure website. The basic is using a secure platform like WooCommerce to decrease the chance of getting hacked. For ensuring your potential customers, get an SSL certification. It establishes a secure link between your server and their browser, usually displayed as a green lock symbol with https:// in the URL. Flaunt it on your website that your site is trustworthy.

Run a promotion

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Who doesn’t love a discount? Show your offer in a place where visitors will definitely see it. The promotion like holiday sale season or free shipping is another factor that influences the purchase decision. Or you may try to give a coupon code that can be used on the checkout.

Go mobile

mobile responsive for engaging ecommerce websites

Last but not least, giving the same great shopping experience from the desktop in mobile or tablet version is the basic of engaging your potential customers. Responsive design isn’t an additional anymore, it’s an essential now. Even 57% of users won’t recommend a business with a poorly designed mobile site.

” Engaging eCommerce Websites means more sales ” – Dahz

There are still more methods you can do to build engaging eCommerce websites. As the great customer experience is achieved, your customers may become the returning customers. And of course, it will improve your online sales.

What do you think is the most important on delivering customer experience? Let me know your opinion in the comment.


Premium vs Free WordPress Theme: Choose The Right One

One essential step you always do when setting up your WordPress site is choosing the right theme for your site. There are so many WordPress themes out there that make you overwhelmed to decide. With a lot of premium and free WordPress theme available, it adds your confusion on which theme you should go for, and whether it’s worth to spend your money. Here are some insights to help you out of the messiness.

Pros & Cons of Free WordPress Theme


  • It’s free

That’s the main point of free themes. Most of us start building up our site using free WordPress theme.  You can simply download the theme you want and start using it without spending any bucks.

  • Directly from WordPress

Free themes usually come with simple design and it’s available directly on your dashboard. You can also get free theme elsewhere.

  • Experiment as you want

As they are free, you can switch your theme easily to find the one you like to apply on your site. It’s different with premium themes because you have bought it to switch to other themes freely.

  • Community support

You don’t get customer support from free WordPress theme, but you can join theme user forums. Or you may try to get WordPress general support.


  • No Uniqueness

You should remember that thousand other people can have the same look on their blogs as yours. People who visit your site also will recognize the theme immediately.

  • Lack of support

The important disadvantage of a free WordPress theme is that you don’t get customer support. So if you have any errors on your theme, you’re on your own to dig in or discuss with someone who has experienced the same problem on community support.

  • Simple and limited design

The limited options and settings in free themes make you hard to customize the look of your website. That will also affect the lack of user experience for both you and your site’s visitors.

  • Lack of update

You have to be prepared because the theme creator doesn’t update the theme much. The creator might even stop supporting updates, which can lead to security vulnerabilities.

  • Watch out for threats

You have to be careful of some threats like malicious code, encrypted spam links, and malware if you decide to get a free theme outside WordPress theme repository.

Why do you have to pay when you can get one for free?

Pros & Cons of Premium Themes


  • More features and functions

Premium themes obviously are designed and developed with advanced features and functionality that free themes simply can’t cover. Customizations and general site configuration will be easier.

  • Exclusive support

Premium themes come with customer support directly from the theme creators. The support usually is provided through support forum, email, or even social media.

  • Higher standard and quality

The creators of premium themes must assure that their theme’s quality is great enough to satisfy their customers. Most premium themes have seller ratings, reviews and even pre-sale forums to help you out with their quality. Premium themes also include a detailed PDF or online documentation explaining for their configuration.

  • Regularly updated

Regular updates are important to avoid any issues such as bugs. This is what premium themes offer to maintain their quality. Note also that WordPress always updates their version, so regular updates are necessary to prevent incompatibility.

  • One of its kind

Premium themes have a better design to make your blog less recognizable. The customization options are also well-organized and have greater ability to make your site truly unique.


  • Money involved

Most great premium themes usually cost $40 to $80 or even more (Dahz’s are $44 to $59 though). It’s a good deal for a fully designated website, but it will be a punch in your face if the theme you have purchased is discontinued. Choose your premium theme wisely.

  • Unwanted features

Too many unwanted features on a premium theme will bloat the theme itself. You can avoid it by choosing a theme that only offers features you need such as a single-purpose theme.

Which One Should I Choose?

If you’re just starting out or just simply want to ramble about your day on your blog, free WordPress theme is good to familiarize yourself with WordPress first as you won’t need the advanced features and the thought of using premium themes may be ridiculous. But when your blog starts to get popular, a premium theme is a must for you.

If you intend to create a site for business purposes, the answer is obviously premium themes. Think about what your potential customers feel when they see your site if you use a free theme. Free themes aren’t good to build your reputation.

Guideline to Choose The Right Theme

Whether you decide to use a free WordPress theme or a premium one, you should look for one with the best quality. You might help yourself by answering these question when searching:

  1. What features do you need?

A theme you choose should meet your need. Especially for a premium theme, make sure that it will also meet what you need in the future.

  1. Does it look like what you want your site to be?

Choose a theme that actually looks pretty close to what you want.

  1. Is there any support available?

Some of the free themes provide support, so you might want to check if there’s any support available. For premium themes, check the page or forum of the theme to see how responsive the creator to respond the customers’ queries. You can also check it through what customers are saying.

  1. Is it easy to customize?

If you need some changes in the original design, you will need to customize it. Make sure the customization is easy so won’t get any problems when making some changes.

  1. Does it fit your brand?

You should look for a theme that suits your purpose. Searching a theme based on the genre of your site will also save your time.

  1. Is it regularly updated?

This is important to know if the theme you consider is compatible with the latest version of WordPress and you will less likely to find any bugs. You may also check the browser compatibility.

  1. How much is your budget?

If you decide to get a premium theme, make sure you get the best one without taking more money that you allow.

For a free WordPress theme, I recommend you to get ones from WordPress theme repository as it’s the most reliable source. They have theme reviewer to make sure that the free theme is good enough for you. If you’re looking for a premium theme, you can look for one in ThemeForest. It’s the go-to marketplace for a great quality premium WordPress theme. It’s crucial to go with the most reputable WordPress theme shops and authors. You may also check Dahz to see how the themes are set to meet the standard of high-quality premium themes.


Do you use a premium or free WordPress theme? Are there any other criteria you use when searching for themes? Let me know your opinion 🙂

4 Easy Steps to Update Theme and Plugins

WordPress has always updated their version for better changes, so has our themes. To make your site run smoothly with the latest version, you need to update theme and plugins. But in the process, some of you still experience difficulties. Here’s the steps you can follow! Continue reading “4 Easy Steps to Update Theme and Plugins”

Google AMP: Speeding Up Your Mobile Performance

If you don’t live in a nutshell, surely you must have heard of Google AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages). This project is quite a buzz because the goal is to improve website’s performance on mobile devices. But how does it really affect you? Continue reading “Google AMP: Speeding Up Your Mobile Performance”

What Makes Applique so Awesome?

What Makes Applique So Awesome?

applique fashion blog theme

Applique is a fully responsive Fashion blog theme that designed with style publishers in mind! We believe that a blog theme, should feel fluid, light, and intuitive. that’s what we are aiming to make with applique, using clean code and detailed designs in each our custom features maintaining balance between design and technology. We present to you Applique our most elegant theme yet.

Save Both Your Time and Money

Save your time and money when installing our demo content, now with our built-in one click demo installer you wont need to hire developer to do this simple job.  Applique is also very easy to customize, as you will edit the theme via WordPress Customizer where you can see exactly how that logo, font, or layout will look before you save your settings. You will also get a lifetime license! just with a one time purchase, you will get all the version updates in the future.

Fast Installation will help you get started and running

One Of the Most Versatile Blog Theme in the Market

Applique comes with Six blog layouts ( see them in the demo ) that allow you to build your blog to your needs, we know that choosing the right blog layout will help you get your reader’s attention and establish your blogging brand in the blogosphere. To help the non-English speaking user we’ve translated Applique to French, Deustch, Italian & Spanish! The reason is that we want to make the first-time experience of using Applique (or WordPress in general) to be fast and enjoyable for new users, that’s why we’ve built Applique with one click demo installer, translation files and an archive template page that will automatically populate your posts in a filterable page according to categories and publish date. with these features we believe that you can spend less time designing your blog while let you focus on what you do best, writing blogs!

A True Friend to Bloggers

This is actually what we want Applique to be, a friend for you to grow your fashion blog. that’s why we researched what features that bloggers need the most. the answer is : a way to earn money from the blog! that’s why we put emphasize in advertisement and affiliation support in the theme and built our own custom affiliate metabox, so you can directly copy your shopstyle, amazon or rewardstyle iframe code to the metabox and share it below your blog post. we also made sure that Applique is mobile-friendly and SEO-Optimized so all those content can also be read by search engine (especially google!)

applique trusted fashion blog theme

Tried & Tested by Bloggers

This theme is carefully developed using clean & valid code to ensure a light & fast blog, Applique also passed the review process of themeforest and W3C validation with flying colors so you can trust your blog to this 5-stars rated theme. if all this still doesnt convince you, lets see what people say on Applique:

applique fashion blog theme review
Ready to grow your blog?

A Look At Applique User Experience

User Experience is all about user’s perceptions of all practical aspects such as utility, ease to use, and efficiency of the system. These all are applied in interaction and performing tasks, how the user feels when interfacing with a system, how they feel about it while they’re using it. Based on these aspects, so we looking at such things as ease of use and pleasant in Applique. In order to achieve high-quality user experience, we offering a seamless merging of graphical and interface design, and involve a myriad of user tasks that perceived as being valuable.

The notion that “design decisions should be based on the needs and wants of users”, said Dr. Donald Norman, a cognitive science researcher who was also the first to describe the importance of user-centered design. So that Applique is developed with the user-centered design to trusting user with their vote of confidence. We make the behavior of common interface elements and dialogue as consistent as possible. As Applique appearance is simple and elegant, the dialogue between user and system follow the natural sequence. That’s how we – the team behind Applique look at these aspects, take an effort for the best in each element for fashion blogger experience. Besides, we’ve focused on using micro animations, because we believe that these will enrich experience.

To illustrate how the elements do so, through a few of the micro animations we’ve implemented so far:



Back to Top

This ‘Back to Top’ button will automatically appear on the right aligned navigation menu when you scrolling down your blog.

This button will also appear in footer when you scrolling into the bottom of your blog. It will make your readers go back to the top of your content blog easier.


Share Buttons


Read More


Post Pagination


Applique also comes with Custom Archive with the advanced filter category. This feature will give your reader easy to find the specific post that their desired. Filter the post by selecting date, category, or just write the words in the search box and the desired posts will automatically appear. It will make your post never missed by your readers.


WordPress Customizer, the real-time customization tool.

Theme options of Applique powered by WordPress, manage all aspects with single click in Customizer. The Customizer is absolutely critical to WordPress’s continuing success. Now, more than ever, it is ease of use and power. It’s pretty clear that the theme Customizer not only makes it easier to do everything from the front end, but also designed to work great on mobile devices, and allows you to set basic settings without having to dive through WP-admin. Touch devices and real-time customization tools are the future, and it’s the beginning.

Applique is aiming to achieve high-quality user experience, creating beautiful animation on a powerful and usable features to be easy and pleasant. Besides, the design is developed by common interface elements and the natural sequence . The theme options also powered by Customizer, create in an effortlessly timeless style, customization made easy!

Choosing the Best Fashion Blog Theme that Attract Reader to Your Blog

Choosing the best Fashion Blog theme

Choosing a fashion blog theme is one of the most enjoyable thing to do when you start or redesign a blog. Finding the one that suit your niche and looks really good in any device (responsive design!) must be the first things you need to confirm when choosing a fashion blog theme for your blog.  Apart from that and the basic/techie stuffs such as clean coded and seo optimized, you need also to make sure that the features that the theme has, will compliment your content and make it stand out to your readers. for that I compiled some of the must-have features to help you choose a fashion blog theme for your blog.

Look for :

Clean and Clear Navigation menu

The navigation menu on a website is like a road sign on a street or airport. It guides people to what they want to find and what you want them to find. Choosing the right navigation menu design is important for your blog as its one of the first thing your reader see on your blog. So take this into your consideration when choosing the best fashion blog theme for your blog.

Choosing the best fashion blog theme for your blog

Tips: find one that give you options to customize menu items while keeping the cleanliness of the design.

Powerful Archive pages

By providing a beautiful archive page to readers interested in reading past posts, you’re further nourishing their loyalty and engagement level, which is important to build a loyal on your blog.

Tips: check a dedicated archive page in the theme’s demo, a good archive page is the one that let your readers find past posts easily through sorting option.

A Distinctive and Informative Sidebar

Sidebar can be used to promote your products or other posts as well as to get users to do anything else you want, e.g: accessing popular or recent posts or even displaying a seasonal banner and category that can’t be included in your menu. I’ve found that adding your bio and social media on every page of your blog, within the sidebar, is a great way to connect with your readers.

Applique best fashion blog theme

Tips: I love floating sidebar! It let our important content to be always in sight when page is scrolled down or up.

Advertising Space options

As your blog grow, you may want to offer an advertising area for your partner or sponsor. Sure you can use a plugin for this, but having it built in your theme will open up some space in your server. Remember that everytime you add a plugin in your website, it will add loading time of your pages that can affect your overall blog performance.

Tips: choose a theme that allow you to use BOTH custom banner and adsense code to give you more options in the future

Easy to Use, Easy to Customize

Because not everyone has a developer friend that ready to help setting up your blog. finding the one that is easy to use for us- people without an IT background, will save our time and money in the long run.

so that’s my tips on choosing the best fashion blog theme. do you have any other criteria? or let me know your favourite fashion blog theme in the comment below.

Onfleek Changelog

Last Update : V.2.2 (25 August 2020)

  • Fixing : Issue JS Color Picker
  • Update : Plugin WpBakery Composer v 6.3
  • Update : Plugin Revslider v 6.2.22

V.2.1 (14 August 2020)

  • Compatibility : WordPress 5.5
  • Update : Plugin AMP version 1.5.5
  • Update : Plugin Popular Post Edited By DAHZ

Last Update : V.2.0.2 ( 03 July 2020 )

  • Added : File XML for Imported Demo Data
  • Update : Plugin AMP version 1.5.4
  • Fixing : Social Media Share Thumbnail Facebook

Onfleek V.2.0.1 ( 20 Mei 2020 )

  • Fixed : DF Popular Post
  • Update : Plugins

Onfleek V.2.0 ( Release Date : April 20 , 2020)

  • Added Compatibility WordPress 5.4
  • Added Compatibility PHP 7
  • Fixed : Share Count Issue
  • Fixed : Youtube Thumbnail Issue
  • Update : Plugins

Onfleek v 1.8.5 ( Release Date : November 22, 2017 )

  • Update : Plugin Visual Composer v 5.4.4
  • Updated Plugin Revolution Slider v
  • Fixed : Not Translated String
  • Fixed : Post Carousel 1 Image Issue
  • Fixed : Post Carousel 8 Responsive Issue

Onfleek v 1.8 ( Release Date : October 18, 2017 )

  • Update : DF VC Extender Shortcode to version 1.2.5
  • Update : DF Social Media Oauth Init to version 0.4
  • Update : Plugin Visual Composer v 5.4.2
  • Add : Enable / Disable Author Box on single post
  • Fixed : Change Logo Permalink From site_url() to home_url()
  • Fixed : Video Playlist Shortcode Issue : Image Still Not Change After Choosen The Next Video
  • Fixed : Sticky Logo Issue Appearing So Big At Single Post Header
  • Fixed : Single Post Comment Count Still Appear When At Options Is Already Disabling It
  • Fixed : Sticky Post Title And Prev Next Pagination Trim Words Issue
  • Fixed : Breadcrumbs Still Appering When The Option Already Disabling It
  • Improve : Social Share Issue, Note : Only Facebook, Pinterest and LinkedIn Who Still Have Share Count Value Counted

Onfleek v 1.7.6 ( Release Date : July 17, 2017 )

  • Add WordPress 4.8 Compatibility
  • Update : df_social_media plugin to version 0.3.3
  • Update : Import Demo Installation File
  • Fixed : Facebook & Twitter auto post issue

Onfleek v 1.7.5 ( Release Date : May 10, 2017 )

  • Fixed Various Bugs
  • Added new demo installation Liberate
  • Update Plugin Visual Composer v 5.1.1

(the beta version of 1.6.1 to 1.7.4 is development only)


Onfleek v 1.6.0 ( Release Date : March 22, 2017 )

  • Added Custom CSS option for AMP version
  • Updated Plugin Visual Composer v 5.1
  • Updated DF VC Extender v1.2.2
  • Updated DF Social Media v0.3.2
  • Fixed Theme Error When AMP Not Installed
  • Fixed Shortcode Block Error
  • Fixed Responsive Issue
  • Fixed Category Color Issue
  • Fixed Image Cropping Issue
    Fixed AMP Logo Microformat
  • Fixed Post Share Value Issue

Onfleek v 1.6.0 ( Release Date : December 21, 2016 )

  • Fixed AMP Header Style for new version AMP Plugin
  • Updated AMP google analytics
  • Fixed Shortcode Post Carousel 7
  • Fixed Orderby from ID to Date
  • Fixed Twitter Follower on Social Account Widget
  • Fixed Widget Ads 300 Google Code
  • Fixed Top Post Grid 5 on Mobile
  • Fixed Mobile Menu
  • Fixed HTML in Footer & Subfooter
  • Fixed Infinite Scroll
  • Added Compatibility with WP 4.7
  • Added option hide sidebar on mobile view
  • Updated Plugin Visual Composer v 5.0.1
  • Updated Plugin Revolution Slider v

Onfleek 1.5.0 ( Release Date : November 9, 2016 )

  • Fixed: Image Cropping System
  • Fixed: page category background in boxed layout
  • Improvement : HTML is allowed in listicle
  • Updated: JSON Google API
  • Fixed: Sidebar in mobile view
  • Improvement: Demo import efficiency
  • New: Advertising area in AMP layout
  • Updated: Google font JSON
  • Auto Post Facebook & Twitter Option
  • Bugs Fixing and Performance Optimization

Version 1.4.0 ( Release Date : September 21, 2016 )

  • Fixed: google font HTTPS issue
  • Fixed: AMP HTML
  • Fixed rich snippets for review-based articles
  • Fixed: category header
  • Fixed: infinite load for grid layout

Version 1.3.0 ( Release Date : August 19, 2016 )

  • Added google structured data for NewsArticle
  • Removed Ads Section if there’s no Ad Uploaded
  • Fixed lightbox issue
  • Added Compatibility with WP 4.6
  • Limit Post title character in sticky header

Version 1.2.0 ( Release Date : August 11, 2016 )

  • New Option: Avoid Duplicate Posts in a page
  • New Option: Overwrite Default Excerpt with Custom Text
  • Improvement: Query Load
  • Fixed: attachment page styling Issue
  • Fixed: side area option Issue
  • Fixed: Blurry Images in post carousel 6 shortcode

Version 1.1.0 ( Release Date : August 3, 2016 )

  • Styling for Lazyload and Footer Menu
  • Facebook OAuth
  • Removed : Language selection Option ( Waiting for WPML Certification )
  • Updated : String Translation : Jquery Library
  • New: Listicle & Review are now working on AMP.
  • New: Autoplay Option for Post Carousel (category pages and shortcodes)
  • New: Featured Image on Archives and Shortcodes are now clickable.

Version 1.0 ( July 26, 2016)

  • Initial Release