February Recap

February Recap

My friends, it’s spring already, as you probably noticed, if not by the weather, then by calendar. This means the time has come to sum up the last month of winter. There were a lot of things happening in the WordPress environment in February as there is hardly any internet field as booming as ours. Being a part of it, TeslaThemes could not just remain aloof from the events. I thought we should do a recap of the most important ones and also share what happened at TeslaThemes during the course of the last month.

So let’s begin with the most recent one.

In February we’ve released 2 New Premium WordPress Themes on 2017/02/10 and 2017/02/22. Suarez and Motblanc.



The theme has been designed with bloggers in mind and would be perfect for blogs related to travel, fashion, design or nature. The design of Suarez is excellent and it will really help any blog stand out from the crowd. The homepage arranges posts a great looking asymmetrical grid and everything is perfectly spaced out and easy to read.

Suarez is also packed with useful features. You’ll get short-codes, plenty of theme options, revolution slider, Google Fonts, Visual Composer and loads more.

Are you’re looking for a blog theme that will stand out and act as a perfect frame for your tasty content, being pleasing to your reader’s eye? Suarez may be exactly the theme you need.


Montblanc is a Powerful, Responsive & Multi-Purpose Multi-Page & One-Page WordPress theme. It can be a great choice for your stunning Blog, Corporate, Ecommerce, Portfolio, Creative Agency website and much more.

Montblanc is the perfect combination of a beautiful and modern design with tonnes of powerful features and a professionally written code base. It comes with Visual Composer plugin ($39 value). With this drag & drop layout builder you can structure the content on your pages without ever having to touch a line of code.

Theme Updates and Maintenance

Besides releasing 2 new Premium WordPress Themes we are constantly updating and maintaining our older Themes to assure they will provide our customers a pleasent experience while developing websites using any of them.

Below there is a table of all the Themes updated in February.

Theme Version Date released What was adjusted
Riverside 1.0.6 01.02.2017 Subscribe module
Sevenfold 1.6.5 02.02.2017 Improved : Color and background pickers
Materialsim 1.0.5 06.02.2017
  • Mobile menu now closes after scroll
  • Single Portfolio added “already liked” indicator
  • ingle Portfolio unlike Functionality.
Duality 1.1.7 06.02.2017 Regular scroll issues
Hotelia 2.2.9 06.02.2017 single posts
Meeting 1.2.4 06.02.2017 Post author display name
Beatrix 1.0.4 09.02.2017 Mobile menu button.
Narcos 1.3.7 14.02.2017 Custom portfolio slug
Zero 4.1.2 15.02.2017 Breadcrumbs module
tesla 1.8.3 16.02.2017 False positives from some AVs on name.png.shadow.png files
Zeon 1.6.3 17.02.2017
  • Update : Designed by area
  • Added : Instagram social
Narcos 1.3.8 23.02.2017 Woocommerce Variations


To see the changelog of any theme, just go to the The Description page and you will see the changelog link on the right sidebar, under the price.

WordPress News Recap

Amazon AWS S3 outage is breaking things for a lot of websites and apps [TechCrunch]

More Than 50% of Web Traffic is Now Encrypted [WP Tavern]

Jason Cohen, founder of WP Engine, on growing your company well [Post Status]

Google Webmaster Tools Fixes Confusing Messages About Updating WordPress [WP Tavern]

WordPress Plugin Seller Discloses A Comparison of Plugins Sales: Direct vs CodeCanyon [Freemius]

WordPress REST API Vulnerability is Being Actively Exploited, Hundreds of Thousands of Sites Defaced  [WP Tvern]

Gravity Forms vs. WPForms vs. Caldera Forms: Which is Best? [WPLift]

What Developers Need to Know Before Offering Code Audits [Zao]

Matt Mullenweg Responds to Security Rant: Digital Signatures for WordPress Updates Are Important but Not a Priority [WP Tavern]

Important Changes – Disqus Ads Are No Longer Free to Disable [Kinsta]

Truth matters. We’re getting behind journalists. [Postmatic]

Here’s why using pirated WordPress themes is a terrible idea [WPZoom]



This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Thanks Tesla Themes! I truly appreciate the love (Updates) for the older themes

    1. Thanks for being among our Friends who support us!

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