[theme-reviewers] Failure of review for my theme (Ahimsa 4.0)
obenland at gmx.de
Sun Mar 18 06:45:06 UTC 2012
check out Otto's WP_Filesystem Tutorial at http://ottopress.com/2011/tutorial-using-the-wp_filesystem/ and have look at the Codex at http://codex.wordpress.org/Filesystem_API. This should get you going on this :)
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On Mar 18, 2012, at 5:46, // ravi <ravi-lists at g8o.net> wrote:
> Hello all,
> the theme checker that runs on submit returned a fail for my theme due to one WARNING, 3 RECOMMENDATIONS and 6 INFO reports. I had run the plugin myself and assumed that WARNINGs are not grounds for rejections, but it seems that I might have taken the meaning too literally. I am guessing it is the warning for which the theme check failed. The warning is:
> WARNING: fopen was found in the file functions.php possible file operations.
> And that’s true. I do read/write files that contain user customisations (which I call “skins”) to my theme. These files are written into the directory WP_CONTENT_DIR/themestore/ahimsa. This choice of directory is based on advise from the wp-hackers list a few years ago (http://lists.automattic.com/pipermail/wp-hackers/2009-September/027526.html).
> I am stuck with this setup, and have users out there who are using it to create and use their own “skins”. I cannot, as a result, pull that code out immediately.
> What’s the way out for me, in this situation?
> Thank you and regards,
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