- Added a new fixed admin top bar on Views, Content Templates and WordPress Archives editors.
- Improved the conditional output shortcode by supporting many-to-many relationships.
- Improved the conditional output shortcode by better managing conditions by taxonomies.
- Included a new shortcode to render the current View loop index.
- Improved the admin listing pages by adding a column with the last modified date for each element.
- Fixed a problem when getting the current language on frontend AJAX pagination or searches.
- Fixed a problem with Views that include a taxonomy search filter when shown in the taxonomy archives.
- Fixed an inconsistency with the media manager used in Content Templates editors.
- Fixed an issue with the styling of the results of an AJAX search performed from inside a View, when the loop of the View is styled with a Content Template designed with Beaver Builder.
- Fixed an issue with the styling of the results of an AJAX search performed from inside a View, when the loop of the View is styled with a Content Template designed with Visual Composer.
Download and Update
You can get this release directly to the WordPress admin or download and install manually. To receive automatic updates, you need to register WPML on your site. Then, visit the Plugins or Updates admin pages. To download manually, visit your wpml.org account and go to Downloads. Follow the installation and upgrade instructions for complete details.
When you update WPML, be sure to update together all the components that you are using. Don’t use a mixture of new and older versions.
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