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Photo Studio Premium – Changelog

= 1.1.9 March 28 2019 =
* FIXED: Sidebar Colors Issue
* FIXED: Breadcrumb Issue
* DELETE: changelog.txt File
= 1.1.8 October 30 2018 =
* ADDED: Face Title Link
* ADDED: Face Title Right Position


= 1.1.7 September 16 2018 =
* ADDED: More Gallery Images
* ADDED: Metabox Function Prefix
* FIXED: Gallery Issue
* FIXED: Image Slider Issue

= 1.1.6- September 15 2018 =
* FIXED: Home Page Image Issue
* FIXED: Home Page Columns Issue

= 1.1.5 – September 12 2018 =
* FIXED: Flickr Icon Issue
* FIXED: Home Page Image Issue

= 1.1.4 – September 07 2018 =
* ADDED: Inline Styles
* ADDED: Header Face Titles Distance
* ADDED: wp_enqueue_script( ‘jquery’);

= 1.1.3 – September 02 2018 =
* ADDED: Copyright HTML
* ADDED: Header Face Title Font Size
* ADDED: Pagination Options
* ADDED: Header Shadow Option
* ADDED: Home Images Shadow Option
* ADDED: Parallax Shadow Option
* ADDED: Header Description Custom Padding Option
* FIXED: Home Page Hide Content Issue
* FIXED: Responsive Issue
* FIXED: Shadow Parallax Issue

= 1.1.2 – August 31 2018 =
* FIXED: Header Issue

= 1.1.1 – August 22 2018 =
* Initial release


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