[theme-reviewers] Note to theme reviewers about settings in themes

Emil Uzelac emil at themeid.com
Mon Jun 13 03:06:46 UTC 2011

Or for future release of WP when Theme is deleted all that was associated
with that specific Theme gets deleted as well. Not all Authors will comply
with WP guides and not all Themes are downloaded from the repository.

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On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 10:03 PM, Angelo Bertolli <angelo.bertolli at gmail.com
> wrote:

> On 6/12/2011 10:59 PM, Syahir Hakim wrote:
>> I don't think it's only the theme reviewers who are installing and
>> trying a lot of themes. It is not unusual at all for regular or
>> first-timer WP users to try a lot of themes before they settle on one
>> that they really like. Trying more than 10 themes is quite normal for a
>> first-timer WP user, I think, and some of my theme users even reported
>> that they've tried 40+ themes.
> It sounds like WP should have a way of forcing options to be associated
> with their themes, and cleanup options that are independant of theme code.
>  For example add_option would automatically associate the option with a
> particular theme, maybe by directory name.  Then after such a theme no
> longer exists or is deactivated, WP presents an option to "clean up theme
> options for theme X"
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