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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php in Copyright Footer Text
  • Is it possible to use php in the footer text. I have tried to use one of the php plugins , but the php is not being parsed and it just appears as code in the output.

    I would like to include the year in the Copyright text and want to make it dynamic, so that it changes automatically each year.

    Copyright (<?php echo date('Y'); ?>) Barry Dalrymple | All Rights Reserved.

    Any solution would be appreciated.

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  • Hi Smitp11,

    You can edit on 'striking/footer.php'

    Locate line 129.

    Change the code blow

    <div id="copyright"><?php echo wpml_t(THEME_NAME, 'Copyright Footer Text',stripslashes(theme_get_option('footer','copyright')))?></div>


    <div id="copyright">Copyright (<?php echo date('Y'); ?>) Barry Dalrymple | All Rights Reserved. </div>

  • Thanks, I ended up using:

    <div id="copyright">Copyright (<?php echo date('Y'); ?>) <?php echo get_bloginfo('name'); ?> | All Rights Reserved. </div>

    so the Site name is also dynamic.
  • From one Canadian to another (I am Canadian although most of the Websys team is not, and not even in Canada), COOL!
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