[theme-reviewers] InBuilt options for SEO in theme
abhik at itsabhik.com
Sat Aug 10 12:59:43 UTC 2013
CPT is not allowed in themes hosted in wordpress.org, however, in my
opinion it can be added as an addon for the pro version. Many pro themes
uses that (including some of the pro themes of which the lite version is
hosted at wordpress.org. Please don't ask me provide example. I am as busy
as you are, and that's just my opinion).
Regarding the first thing (SEO), (again, just in my opinion), it's okay as
long as its NOT active in the free version, i.e hosted in wordpress.org.
On Sat, Aug 10, 2013 at 12:48 PM, Daniel <danielx386 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would say remove both as they belong in plug-in and generate content
> that is lost when changing themes.
> On 8/10/13, Rohit Tripathi <rohitink at live.com> wrote:
> > I am Reviewing a theme, which has inbuilt options for SEO, for each post.
> > Something similar to AIO-seo-pack or other SEO plugins. But, that option
> > disabled in the theme, and it says "To Enable SEO settings, Upgrade to
> > Secondly, the theme uses a Custom Post type for addition of Slides.
> There is
> > also another Custom Post Type named "Projects", which works very similar
> > the basic post type. But these are enabled in the theme, and the user can
> > use them.
> > I read here:
> > http://make.wordpress.org/themes/guidelines/guidelines-plugin-territory/
> > that both of the above is not allowed.
> > But, since SEO Options, although present are disabled. So, should I ask
> > theme author to remove both of the above from the theme or just the
> > Post Types.
> > This is in Regard to this theme: #13799.
> > Thank YouRohit Tripathi - rohitink.com
> Daniel Fenn
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