[theme-reviewers] No post title should be possible... need some feedback
chip at chipbennett.net
Wed Apr 3 12:29:58 UTC 2013
The requirement is not to have "(No Title)" displayed when no Post Title is
defined by the user; rather, the requirement is to ensure that a permalink
to the single-post view is available, even if no Post Title is displayed.
On Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 8:28 AM, Srikanth Koneru <tskk79 at gmail.com> wrote:
> It doesn't have to be "No title", you have "Read More" or "Continue
> Reading" at the bottom of the post and link it to permalink.
> On Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 5:48 PM, Sven Lehnert <mail at sven-lehnert.de> wrote:
>> good morning theme reviewers,
>> in our review of the x2 theme the reviewer wrote the following:
>> No Post Title: This Post has no Post Title, but must still display a link
>> to the single-page Post view.
>> I personally have a problem with it and would like to discuss it here.
>> If a user decide to have no title, its fine to have a (no title) in the
>> WordPress backend.
>> But from a design point of view, I think we should not write something
>> like this in the frontend.
>> If I delete a title or do not want my article to have one, I would be
>> very disappointed if there is a (no title) as title in the frontend, also I
>> don't want like to see a number taken from the slug....
>> I would expect simply no title.
>> The reviewer asks to have a way to link to the article, if there is no
>> title. But I feel this is something, the user should think about, as there
>> could be cases where the user doesn't want to have this particular post
>> linked to the post single view.
>> any thougts on this would be appreciated.
>> Thanks, Sven
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