[theme-reviewers] required CSS classes

Chip Bennett chip at chipbennett.net
Sat Oct 8 14:23:33 UTC 2011


They're required because they're added/used by WordPress.

The only ones that are allowed to be "blank" are .sticky and .bypostauthor.
The intent here is that the Theme developer consider these classes in the
design intent for the Theme. We consider *not* styling them to be valid
design intent, but want to have a modicum of assurance that the developer
has *considered* them.

The others are all required to be styled *appropriately*: .alignleft,
.alignright, .aligncenter, .wp-caption, .wp-caption-text, .gallery-caption

Hope this helps!


On Sat, Oct 8, 2011 at 9:16 AM, Kirk Wight <kwight at kwight.ca> wrote:

> Can anyone point me to sources explaining the thinking behind the required
> CSS classes? I'm wondering why these particular classes are required, and
> why they can be empty when present. I'm sure there must have been extensive
> discussion at some point, but I've checked the list archives and can't find
> anything definitive.
> Thanks,
> Kirk
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