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  • #17984
    Sakshale
    Participant

    I suspect there is an option somewhere that I am missing.  On only one of my WP sites that is using Weaver Xtreme, the Retina menu option under the Media section is missing.  Can someone tell me how to enable it?

    #23137
    Sakshale
    Participant

    This might be a factor, but I doubt it… At the bottom of the page: Appearance -> Theme Options -> Footer  …  the versions are different.

    Weaver Xtreme 1.2.4 | Options Version: 538 | Subtheme: Xenic — bad site

    Weaver Xtreme 1.2.4 | Options Version: 26 | Subtheme: Wheat — good site

    Weaver Xtreme 1.2.4 | Options Version: 22 | Subtheme: Ajax — good site

    #23138
    scrambler
    Moderator

    There is no retina option in xtreme (that I know of). You are probably using a plugin on the sites that do.

    #23139
    Sakshale
    Participant

    Bingo!  You hit the nail on the head.  When I installed this site, the “recommended” plugin “WP Retina 2x” was listing as not compatible with the version of WordPress, which had just had a new release.  I checked just now and it is listed as compatible, so I will install it later this week.

    Thanks for pointing out the obvious, as it simply never crossed my mind.

    #23140
    Weaver
    Keymaster

    Just a not about “not compatible” – there is a general misunderstanding of the “compatibility” message with plugins.

    Unfortunately, the wording WordPress uses on plugin descriptions says “Compatible up to:”. What this REALLY means is “The latest version of WordPress available when the plugin author last updated the plugin is:”. It does NOT mean the plugin is not compatible with later versions of WordPress. Perhaps “Tested compatible up to:” would be a more accurate short phrase.

    But, as a rule, plugins very very seldom do not work with later versions of WordPress.

    It can be somewhat of a pain to update a plugin just to keep up with the latest version of WP. Why “fix” something that ain’t broke, as they say?

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