Monthly Archives: December 2014

Unless otherwise directed, please do not leave support questions on blog posts.

Support questions posted on blog posts will be removed. Thank you!
Below are the places where support requests, bug reports, and feature requests can be submitted:

Support requests: Manga+Press Support Forum @ *
Bug Reports: Github or Support page
Feature Requests: Support page
Questions: Support page

* This is to connect with other users and any devs that may use Manga+Press. I generally don’t see these posts until weeks or months after the fact.

Don’t mind the changes

Yeah, your eyes are not playing tricks on you. I really did switch the theme to TwentyTwelve. My motivation for doing so was mainly because the original site theme was getting very long in the tooth — eh, that’s an understatement. The old theme was 6 years old and was last updated (visually) 4 years ago so it really needed to go.

Anyway, if you’re a frequent visitor then you’ve probably noticed the site randomly going down. That was me attempting to convert the Manga+Press site to WordPress MS while running Nginx (the switch to Nginx actually happened a while back). That turned out to be a pain to configure considering that I was running WP in a subdirectory. Sigh. Well, that’s done (finally) and we have a new, not quite complete, demo site in the bargain. Yes, if you want to view a frontend demo of how Manga+Press works, you can view the Manga+Press Demo Site.

Also, you’re not imagining things: I did have two or three posts up originally that outlined releases for Manga+Press 2.8.3 and 2.9.0-beta.4. Those posts were lost during the transition to Multisite. Essentially, moral of the story: back up your database.

In the meantime, there are more updates coming, the least of which is the release of Manga+Press 2.9!