1)  We have released Striking 5.3.1 today.  It will only available by the internal update function as this theme is deprecated and no longer available for sale. If you are still using the Striking Original theme the update notice should now be showing in your site although it may take some hours to propogate across the entire web.

2)   Please update to WP 3.9.2 asap as it deals with some security matters.  All Striking sites using MultiFlex 1.0.3+ or Striking 5.3/5.3.1 can be updated to WP 3.9.2. immediately.  We have tested the latest beta of WP 3.4 with our forthcoming Striking MultiFlex Ver 1.1 and they appear to be fine with each other.

3)   We are submitting Striking MultiFlex Ver 1.1 to Themeforest for approval on Monday August 25. The Themeforest approval process can take up to 5 days. We will advise on approval once received.

James on behalf of the Striking Team
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nextGEN featured image in posts
  • Hi KaptinLin,

    my question is similar to http://kaptinlin.com/support/discussion/comment/3799/. But i want to use nextGEN gallery images as featured images in posts. When I add featured picture from a nextGEN gallery just a grey box shows up. Is there a solution for that?

    Many thanks in advance.

    Best regards
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  • Hi newww,

    Maybe you can learn from http://wordpress.org/support/topic/featured-image-not-working-with-nextgen-gallery

    I will look into the code if i get some times.

  • Hi KaptinLin,

    thank you. I understand the problem. It seems difficult to modify themeGenerator.php so that the dimensions are not queried. It would please me if you can watch the code again if you have time.

    Best regards
  • Hello newww,

    Just look into the code.

    You can edit on 'striking/framework/helpers/themeGenerator.php'

    change the code in line 262

    $image_src_array = wp_get_attachment_image_src(get_post_thumbnail_id(),'full', true);


    $id = get_post_thumbnail_id();
    if(stripos($id,'ngg-') !== false && class_exists('nggdb')){
    $nggImage = nggdb::find_image(str_replace('ngg-','',$id));
    $image_src_array = array(
    $image_src_array = wp_get_attachment_image_src($id,'full', true);

  • Hello KaptinLin,

    sorry for my late response and thank you very much. This Solution works great.

    Best regards
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