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Theme Review : Required Standards

Licensing Be 100% GPL and/or 100% GPL-compatible licensed.For works licensed under (or compatible with) GPL, this attribution is important, because it ensures that end users know their rights regarding modification and distribution of the copyrighted work. Declare copyright and license explicitly. Use the license and license uri header slugs to style.css. Declare licenses of any […]

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Notice Bar Plugin

Notice Bar is a cool plugin for you to show all your custom notice, alerts or any urgent messages and info in your WordPress site or blog. Using this plugin, you can display a notice bar with different font size and color at different position with different layouts and backgrounds. You can add a custom […]

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Theme Review : Recommended Standards

Recommended Recommended items are best practices for themes but not essential. No theme will be resolve as not approved because they do not meet a recommended item. Theme URI is optional. If used, it is required to link to a page with information about the Theme. If a demonstration site is being used, the content […]

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Standard Copyright/License Attribution for Themes

There are four primary types of attribution: Theme itself, Derivative-work, Incorporated code, Bundled resources. For works licensed under (or compatibly with) GPL, this attribution is important, because it ensures that end users know their rights regarding modification and distribution of the copyrighted work. Theme Copyright Attribution Fred WordPress Theme, Copyright 2012 Joe Smith Fred is […]

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Properly Enqueuing Styles, Scripts, fonts & conditional styles

It is always a good option to enqueue your stylesheets & scripts in the functions. Generally, we enqueue our styles & scripts in ‘functions.php’.  Enqueuing styles The basic function for enqueuing a style is: wp_enqueue_style( $handle, $src, $deps, $ver, $media );   You can include these parameters: $handle is simply the name of the stylesheet. $src is […]

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Internationalization in WordPress

According to a research around 37% of WordPress downloads are for non-English, localized versions. So plugin or theme author should be thinking of localization and internationalization (L10N and I18N). Internationalization is the process of developing your theme or plugin so it can be easily translated into other languages. Importance: WordPress used all over the world […]

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