One more bug, a (potentially) relatively serious one was found (the <BODY> tag might be messed up under certain conditions). If you already installed 3.3.1 there’s no need to update again, it’s enough to apply the patch below
If you already installed 3.3.1, you DON’T NEED to update:
Apply this patch for header.php (instead of updating) (see post #2 in that thread)
Several users asked: Will my settings be lost if I update. Answer:
- The Atahualpa Theme Settings will NOT be lost as those are saved in the central WordPress database.
- If you manually edited theme files, those would obviously be lost IF you overwrite them while uploading the new theme files. However, you can upload the new theme version into another directory at /wp-content/themes/ and run both (or multiple) Atahualpa versions at the same time, i.e. one at /wp-content/themes/atahualpa3/ and one at /wp-content/themes/atahualpa332/. All Atahualpa versions would share the same Theme Settings (everything you have set, edited or inserted at Appearance -> Themes -> Atahualpa Theme Options), but each theme version would have its own theme files.
- After you uploaded the new version into its own directory, you can apply your manual file edits on the new theme files, and if something goes wrong you can always switch back to the older theme version by selecting the older theme at WordPress Site Admin -> Appearance -> Themes