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Seos Magazine Premium – Changelog

= Version 1.0.9 November 17 2017 =
* FIXED: KIRKI Issue
* FIXED: WooCommerce Issue
* FIXED: Media Issue

 

= Version 1.0.8 October 03 2017 =
* ADDED: WooCommerce Image Zoom
* ADDED: WooCommerce Quantity Styles
* ADDED: WooCommerce Product Slider
* ADDED: WooCommerce Pagination
* CHANGE: Resposive Styles
* CHANGE: WooCommerce Images Auto Height
* FIXED: Option Panel UTF-8 Issue

 

= Version 1.0.7 May 09 2017 =
* FIXED: Menu Hover Effect Issue

 

= Version 1.0.6 March 18 2017 =
* ADDED: Free Options
* CHANGE: Dotted Hover
* CHANGE: Animations
* CHANGE: Text Domain

 

= Version 1.0.5 September 03 2016 =
* ADDED: Main Options
* ADDED: Recent News – Title Position
* CHANGE: Readme Text
* CHANGE: Speed Effects
* FIXED: Show Seos Magazine Slider on Front Page
* FIXED: Recent News – Front Page

 

= Version 1.0.4 July 20 2016 =
* FIXED: Show Seos Magazine Slider on Home Page

 

= Version 1.0.3 May 19 2016 =
* ADDED: Read More – Excerpt

 

= Version 1.0.2 Apr 04 2016 =
* ADDED: Slider Options
* ADDED: Ads Header
* ADDED: Animations Page
* ADDED: Animations Site Title
* ADDED: Animations Slider
* CHANGE: Woocommerce Styles
* CHANGE: Menu Styles

 

= Version 1.0.1 March 18 2016 =
* ADDED: Admin Panel Styles
* ADDED: Header Logo
* ADDED: Custom Colors
* ADDED: Footer Options
* ADDED: Animations Menu
* ADDED: Back To Top Button – Options
* ADDED: Theme Options – Sizes
* ADDED: Social Media – Target
* CHANGE: Styles Images
* FIXED: Header Image Sizes
* FIXED: Issues with jQuery.
* FIXED: Issues with Header Image.

 

= Version 1.0.0 =
* Initial release

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