Dear Hueman theme users,
In this new release, we are happy to introduce an option allowing you to filter the blog page posts by category.
You can access this new feature in the live customizer > Front page content.
Then scroll down until you find the option named “Apply a category filter to your home / blog posts“.
You can select one or several categories to filter your blog page posts.
You’ll find a detailled changelog at the bottom of this post.
Recently introduced features in the Hueman theme
Nested menus can now be expanded on mobile devices
The option is available in the live customizer > header design > header menus, at the bottom of the option panel.
You can test it in action in the live demo of Hueman.
Integration with the Nimble section builder
We have recently released a simple yet powerful section builder named the Nimble Builder.
We keep improving the integration with the Nimble Builder plugin. Nimble is a free section builder intended to be the content creation companion of Hueman.
The Nimble Builder allows you to drag and drop pre-built sections, or create your own sections in live preview from the WordPress customizer. You can easily create column layouts, and add content like buttons, icons, Google maps and even contact forms in any page.
You can see a live example of Nimble sections in the Hueman theme.
You can easily install it from your WordPress admin, in Plugins > Add New.
We are currently working on a knowledge base to help you getting started with the plugin, but you can take a quick tour of the Nimble Builder plugin in action, in the WordPress live customizer, on the screenshots below.
Creating a page with 3 pre-built sections
2 thoughts on “Release note for Hueman Pro v1.1.11 and Hueman free v3.4.12”
Perhaps I’m missing something but is it possible to hide the header image on mobile pages so that only the menu shows. For example on my website (dnd5e.info) I have a header image on the desktop but it also shows on mobile which means the logo is duplicated. I don’t need the header image on mobile but, for the life of me, I can’t work out how to hide it. Thanks for any help you can provide.
I’m trying to use new filter feature instead of using categories and it seems very helpful, but…
I created a new static page for a certain category, then I went to Front Page Content and set it up as my Post Page.
Now I have nice-looking url and everything is great, however I can’t see my page Title (Heading) and Subtitle (Heading). I tied to contextualize it but in vain. Category-style pages (…/category/content/all-rock-songs/) work fine.
Is there any way to make Heading visible again or I just have to make a step back to the categories?
Thank you in advance.