Lander 1.1 is here. And though power-packed it already is, we just wanted more awesomeness in it. As more and more customers use Lander, we get to know what their challenges and requests are. And based on those we made a few but significant changes to Lander.
1. A full-fledged CSS UI Framework out of the box:
Lander 1.1 comes with Semantic UI integrated. This allows you to quickly implement common UI elements with awesome styles just with minimal markup and CSS classnames. This essentially allows you to build killer landing page experiences like a pro without having to figure out CSS or having to spend hours to get a modern interface in action. Users will now be able to use all the goodies of Semantic UI with Lander for any design. Semantic UI is one of the CSS UI frameworks with the most modern and cutting-edge element styles. We found it more modern and cutting-edge than anything else there is atm. Check out what you can do with Semantic UI here.
2. Full-width and Boxed layout independently for any page or post
One of the user-gripes was that users were stuck with a full-width or a boxed layout whatever was set site-wide. What if you wanted a full-width landing page but boxed layout elsewhere. Now it is totally possible to have any page or post set to use a boxed or a full-width layout regardless of the global settings. And this can be done with just one click.
3. Better compatibility with WooCommerce 2.4.7
Amongst a host of other tweaks is better support and compatibility for WooCommerce 2.4.7 that came out recently. You can continue to sell with confidence. Lander is with you every inch of the way.
While it’s difficult to put in the entire changelog into a blog post (it’s boring nerdy details), rest assured we are making Lander ever more awesome as you and we continue to build awesome sites with Lander. And that’s the reason why Lander delivers success and performance that you can measure and track!