[wp-hackers] Theme development and hooks.
graeme at samurai.com
Fri Apr 8 13:38:06 GMT 2005
I'd rather see a document outling recommendations for CSS class names,
patterned around the common contents of a blog site (sidebar, header,
footer, comments, caption, etc, etc).
Most of this stuff can be done, client-side, for free, with CSS and a
little communicatin between theme and plugin authors. I don't see the
need to add loads of code.
David Chait wrote:
> I agree and disagree -- but that's a separate topic. However, your
> sentiment reinforces my ORIGINAL point for this discussion:
> Wouldn't it be great that you could deploy your CSS in your theme
> however you want, and then via variables/functions tell any/all plugins
> a little bit about how your theme DOES use divs/h2s/classes/whatever so
> they can dynamically output HTML that >matches< the look and feel of the
> rest of your theme/CSS? That's what I'm driving for.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Chris Davis" <chrisdmitri at gmail.com>
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> Sent: Wednesday, April 06, 2005 9:29 AM
> Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] Theme development and hooks.
>> Oh and please don't get me started on CSS standards, I am sorry but no
>> one will tell me how to structure and deploy my CSS.
>> That is my choice, and should never be brought into consideration when
>> talking about creating themes.
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