Shufflehound team here.
We have great news! Finally we are releasing Gillion update (3.7.0) with Redux framework beta integration. Which have been in development for a while now. We are moving towards Redux framework due to the end of Unyson framework development and the many bugs that the framework caused.
Redux Framework benefits over Unyson framework (current)
Integration now is in a beta stage and it is possible to switch to Redux Framework in WordPress admin dashboard under “Gillion > Unyson to Redux”.
At the moment only the mega menu options haven’t been ported to the new framework. Other options should work fine, but it is possible that there will be some bugs, due to many changes we have done to achieve this. We are now planing to release a few bugfix updates and then switch from optional to the main Gillion framework.
Let us know if you have encountered any bugs or features that doesn’t work in the new framework.
When trying to update from Unyson to Redux I get the message ‘Please enable Redux Framework plugin before starting migration’ with a link to Design/Install Plugins but the Redux Framework is not listed as a plugin to install. What to do?
@Lina Thank you for reporting the issue.
We have fixed the issue in the latest released Gillion theme version 3.7.2 and it is available as shown in the attached screenshot.
You can also download and install the plugin from the below page.
For testing purposes (and because I was curious) I disabled the Unyson plugin and it fairly substantially broke the layout of the site. Will the switch to Redux be seamless or will we need to make page edits to fix layout issues? Thanks
So we made the switch to Redux and all looks well. I am curious however as to why, in the plugin installation page it lists Elementor as “required”. Why, when we already have WP Bakery? Needless to say, I havent installed it as nothing appears broken and we’re doing just fine with WP Bakery.
We have some demo content created using Elementor therefore it is listed as required but If you are not using it then just ignore the message.
I understood we’re not gonna use “Unyson” anymore.
There was an interesting possibility with “Unyson” to make scheduled backups every day or week (complete or just content).
Will this function still be possible without “unyson”?
Hi! I’ve just bought Gillion template, and Unyson is listed as a required plugin. But I can see you guys have migrated to Redux, and my migration seems to be ok.
Can I move forward with my website setup ignoring all “Unyson Required” alerts?
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