Supreme Directory Theme V2 BETA released

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Today we released the 1st BETA version of the Supreme Directory theme for GeoDirectory V2.

You can download it from your account area now.

Supreme Directory v2

This version of the theme is build specifically to work with GDv2.
You will need Directory Starter V2 and GeoDirectory V2 for things to work properly.

The process of converting the theme to work with GDv2 mainly involved removing all the GDv1 templating functions we had added as GDv2 work with shortcodes and page templates.

GDv2 Setup Wizard

Running the GDv2 setup wizard with SDv2 will add an option to install dummy widgets in the GD top widget area so things like the full-width map will be inserted.

Featured area

Each post/page now has a setting to select what type of featured area to display.

Archive pages

One of the main features of the Supreme theme is the archive pages with the fixed map at one side and the scrollable listings at the other, in SDv2 we have added the ability to drag the map area to make it bigger or smaller so your users can view things they way they want.

Details pages

The details page is a bit different, the details page is easy for the user to edit the way they want so we have not added a fixed template (but we may if the demand is there for it to look exactly like SDv1).
There is a setting in GDv2 that suppresses the featured image from showing ( as some themes add it in strange places, in SDv2 you should disable this under GD>Settings>Design>Details>Disable theme feature image output (un-tick this).

We are working on setting up a demo site but for now we are testing it here on the LIVE site:

Please report bugs in the dedicated forum as usual:

Published by Stiofan O'Connor

Stiofan O'Connor is the co-founder and CEO of AyeCode LTD. With his business partner Paolo, they are the makers of the GeoDirectory, UsersWP and Invoicing plugins for WordPress. He is a Full Stack developer specialized in WordPress development. Stiofan started building websites as a hobby in the early 2000s with PHP at first. He then moved to the CodeIgniter Web Framework for a while before discovering WordPress and ever since he never looked back. Today his WordPress themes and plugins are used with success by +100.000 active websites.