[theme-reviewers] Tags and description.

Emil Uzelac emil at uzelac.me
Wed Aug 21 19:08:54 UTC 2013

responsive-width in Twenty

On Wed, Aug 21, 2013 at 2:06 PM, Bryan Hadaway <bhadaway at gmail.com> wrote:

> My personal vote for tags in concept is to never add anything that's too
> subjective.
> For example, a tag like *responsive* should be reviewed in the sense of a
> quick browser window resize to see that yes, it generally adapts to the
> "screen" size. It should never be an in-depth affair of using a tool like
> http://quirktools.com/screenfly/ and actually reviewing the quality of
> the responsive design as that's just insane.
> So, basically I think the criteria for a tag is that it has to be
> instantly and natively (wherever your testing area is) recognizable and
> measurable, a basic yes or no to the tag in question. Outside of that, the
> more the merrier:
> responsive, content-only, custom-templates, custom-post-types,
> social-icons, slider-enabled, seo-friendly (that one might be too
> subjective and hard to test), html5-structured, css3-styled,
> header-sidebar, footer-sidebar, footer-menu, custom-colors,
> custom-copyright to name a few.
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