[theme-reviewers] Proposed WordPress 3.4 Guidelines Revisions

Emil Uzelac emil at themeid.com
Tue May 8 20:10:20 UTC 2012

Hey Bruce,

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On Tue, May 8, 2012 at 3:07 PM, Bruce Wampler <weavertheme at gmail.com> wrote:

> Looked at then new additions, and Yay! I'm pretty sure there is nothing my
> new 3.4 compatible version will fail, except, perhaps:
> ...  including no inline styles in the Theme template ...
> --------
> So, does Theme template mean the user side page templates, or everything,
> including admin side?
> ---
> My admin side has lots and lots of text, including help text and other
> information that has plenty of style= rules so that my admin stuff looks
> nice. There is so much text that I don't think there ever will be
> translations out of English, so none of the admin side is wrapped in
> __()'s.
> For me, it is an issue of just creating the interface text on the fly
> productively. So, should I through and add a bunch of arbitrary
> class="mytheme-zz01" rules and add them to the admin style sheet, or will
> there be more flexibility for the admin side? Seems sort of pointless -
> other than I guess reviewers wouldn't be able to do global searches for
> "style=". (on the opposite side, that will really make a huge diff report
> from the previous version...)
> Any know of a way to automate that for PHP code (not just html)? Just want
> to get this right.
> ----
> Bruce Wampler
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