Bug fixes for Types, CRED and Views


August 27, 2014

The major update for all Toolset plugins last week went pretty well. Unfortunately there were problems on some systems running particular versions of PHP.

What has been fixed:

  • On PHP 5.2, with strict error mode enabled, there was a fatal error when updating Types and CRED.
  • parse error when using the wysiwyg field on some systems
  • Display issues with hierarchical taxonomies when displayed as checkboxes in CRED
  • datepicker.css styling conflicts with some themes.
  • Conditional grouping was not working with checkboxes as a conditional in CRED
  • Escaping problems with Types shortcodes

Download and Update

You can download all Toolset components from your wp-types.com account.

Questions? Ideas? Suggestions? Leave your feedback here and we’ll reply.


Comments 4 Responses

  1. After updating the Types plugin, jquery-ui-1.9.2.custom.min.css seems to be gone from the front-end, but datepicker.css is still showing up. Is there a simple way to remove it from being loaded?

    • You can use wp_dequeue_style( ‘wptoolset-field-datepicker’ ); Please ask on our forum if you’re not sure how to do this.

      • Thanks! Adding it to the wp_enqueue_scripts hook seems to have done the trick.

        function remove_datepicker_css() {
        if (!is_admin()) {
        add_action(‘wp_enqueue_scripts’, ‘remove_datepicker_css’,11);