Chap 1.21.5

Compatibility with AMP plugin 2.0.
AMP plugin now works in Transitional or Standard mode.
Reader mode with Legacy templates is no longer available for archive pages.
Reader mode with Chap as the AMP template should work same as Transitional/Standard.
?amp=1 in URLs is now usually simplified to ?amp.
AMP updates:
Templates now support rendering masthead title.
Post title now uses front end renderer.
Post navigation (previous/next post/product) now uses front end renderer.
Added 404 page template with search.
Semantic UI base size is now used on AMP pages, SUI component sizes should be identical to front end.
Block editor text and background color class selectors are now stronger.
Semantic UI headers are no longer converted to <h*>.
Added static caching to is_amp() helper function.
Deprecated AMP related theme options:
AMP menu links redirect to main website
Now always enabled by AMP plugin.
Redirect all mobile users to AMP endpoints
Now handled by AMP plugin.
Use the main header background image as a background image for the AMP slider
Now always enabled as the header (masthead) is rendered same as front end.
Slider background color
Now uses masthead background color automatically.
Additional stylesheets
Always enabled and tree-shaken by AMP plugin.
Show a link in the footer to non-AMP version of the current page
Now defaults to true.
Added list, statistic and steps sizes styles, segment padding styles, primary and secondary label colors.
“Read more”/”View page” buttons in loops no longer have a minimum width.
Theme now supports default WordPress core block styles.
Fix styles for <code> missing in the block editor.
<figure> element no longer has horizontal margins.
<table> element’s no longer automatically receive the Semantic UI .ui.table classes to allow using core Table block.
[header] shortcode now accepts subheader attribute.
How to update

Your current Chap version can be checked in the WordPress admin dashboard under Chap Theme -> About.

The Envato Market plugin should notify when an update is available. If you're not seeing a message about an update, then you may need to reauthenticate, please refer to the theme updates page for instructions.

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