[theme-reviewers] Two more questions
emil at themeid.com
Sat Sep 17 20:38:35 UTC 2011
I am going to jump in and say that every Theme must fall under
http://codex.wordpress.org/Theme_Unit_Test data. Every item listed and
included in Theme Unit Data is required. Comments on pages should be easily
"controllable" by the WordPress built in comments functions.
For future question regarding this or any other review can also be done
directly with the person who assigned the Theme to you. It's slightly better
that way because he/she will know more about the Theme specifics :)
*Emil Uzelac* | ThemeID | T: 224-444-0006 | Twitter: @EmilUzelac | E:
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Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler. - Albert Einstein
On Sat, Sep 17, 2011 at 3:23 PM, Caroline Moore <calobee at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks, Cais, for answering my first one! Two more quick q's and then I
> think I can wrap this one up.
> Chip, you'd noted in a previous review of this theme "Theme must not
> disable comments on Pages, or require custom fields to enable." To clarify,
> you meant that pages should *not* use custom fields to enable/disable
> comments? Am I reading that right?
> And a more general question: The theme is designed to display only excerpts
> on index.php, and does not use the_content() to display post content. This
> breaks some functionality--the "Read More" link does not jump to the "more"
> tag location. Is this OK? If so, should I make a note for the author to
> include a brief explanation in readme.txt to this effect?
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