spencer.gurnk at gmail.com
Mon Nov 22 05:04:31 UTC 2010
It passed previously (Quality Control).
I don't want to start a big ordeal or anything and it'll probably just
be easier to add the code in, but if a theme isn't designed
(functionality wise) to use something like comment pagination, should
the theme really be forced to change how it operates? I know you don't
have to enable comment pagination, and nobody would if they were using
this theme, so that just makes adding the code that much more
pointless. I can see requiring it for a blog theme, but WordPress
isn't just for blogs anymore. Somethings just don't apply to all
Like I said, if it's the rule and it won't pass because of it, I'll
add it. If that's the case just let me know.
On Sun, Nov 21, 2010 at 11:56 PM, Otto <otto at ottodestruct.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 21, 2010 at 10:44 PM, Spencer <spencer.gurnk at gmail.com> wrote:
>> When I uploaded it I got some recommendations for things like comment
>> pagination, sticky classes, and some other things that I thought
>> didn't really apply to the theme. It said it failed, but the theme
>> still uploaded and is in the queue. I assume that's how it's supposed
>> to work?
> That is how it works currently. In the future, a Fail will mean that
> it won't upload or add it to the queue. "Required" really does mean
> Also, does your theme show comments? Then you must support comment
> pagination. If you do not, your theme will fail review. That sort of
> thing. If you got a fail from the system, then your theme is very
> likely not going to pass review.
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