These are the changelog notes for Divi version 3.0.54 that was released on June 30, 2017. Check out of all the changes, updates, and bug fixes below.
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Divi 3.0.54 Summary
Improvements & Feature Additions
- Added missing WooCommerce grid items CSS.
- Improved Static CSS compatibility with various third party plugins and shortcodes.
- Improved compatibility with Divi Builder shortcodes being used outside the_content and within template files.
- Improved contact form dropdown menu appearance in IE 11.
- Improved static CSS compatibility with the Comet Cache plugin.
- Improved the logic for moving items in and out of global sections and rows in the standard Divi Builder.
- Improved the way that range sliders handle decimal values, allowing for smooth range sliding of decimal values when decimal values are entered manually.
- Fixed 500 Internal Server Error that occurred when saving a page while WP Super Cache was enabled for a small subset of customers, possibly due to using varying versions of the plugin.
- Fixed DONOTECACHEPAGE No such file or directory error that occurred for some customers.
- Fixed a bug that caused decimal values in range sliders to be rounded.
- Fixed a bug that caused light/dark text settings for slider module slides to not render properly in the Visual Builder in some situations.
- Fixed a bug that caused portrait images in testimonial modules to be misaligned at some breakpoints in certain situations.
Updates, Changes, & Optimizations
- Reduced the chance of Custom CSS parse errors affecting builder styles by automatically enabling in-line builder styles when upgrading to the latest version when Custom CSS has been added to the Divi Theme Options panel that could potentially contain user errors and invalid code. In short, do not trust Custom CSS added by customers since we cannot guarantee that the code added is valid.
- Button modules will now properly turn green in the Visual Builder when they are saved as a global module.
- Static CSS files will now use absolute paths to improve compatibility with custom WordPress content folder names.
New & Modified Files