What’s New in LiveWhale 2.10.5

This patch release includes bug fixes for the front-end calendar view, performance improvements for displaying and working with tags, and more.

Behavior adjustments

  • LiveWhale CMS Only: The submit button on the page detail editor is now disabled when selecting a new template and waiting for it to load, in order to prevent saving without a template selection prematurely.


  • Fixed an issue where HTML comments were being stripped when using Edit Source view.
  • Fixed an issue where shared content that links to an external url wasn’t properly updating the shared copies when the original item was changed to no longer be a link.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented event metatags from showing up on page load under the new customized URL structure.
  • Fixed an issue where timezones could return as undefined on calendar list views when custom event fields are used.
  • Fixed an issue where date ranges within a single month were displaying an abbreviated month name instead of the full month name.
  • Fixed a performance issue when using a tags widget to list tags by usage.
  • Fixed an issue where the {widget} placeholder could sometimes be stripped in format_widget args.
  • Fixed an issue where a user’s default tag was not being considered under LiveWhale Calendar and Storyteller.
  • Fixed an issue where some custom plugins using $_LW->sortByChild() were sorting case-sensitively rather than case-insensitively.
  • LiveWhale CMS Only
    • Fixed an issue where galleries with the same name in different themes might not follow the normal theme inheritance rules.
    • Fixed an issue where pages with extremely large accessibility reports would fail to display in the accessibility tab.

June 23, 2023

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