[theme-reviewers] Tags and description.
emil at uzelac.me
Thu Aug 22 18:25:46 UTC 2013
Big +1 for accessibility-ready.
Chip is correct flex-width is not the same as Responsive or Adaptive.
What @Konstantin noted yesterday about the tag being left from
WPCOM made me look over there again and maybe just maybe
we can copy what they have: "Responsive Layout"
On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 1:09 PM, Ulrich Pogson <grapplerulrich at gmail.com>wrote:
> Amy, you are right. If this was added to the Theme-Check it would make
> life easier for us.
> Here is the GitHub link if anyone is intrested.
> I have added Chip's comments to the table here. I still need feedback on
> "microformats" tag.
> On 22 August 2013 19:23, Chip Bennett <chip at chipbennett.net> wrote:
>> think that support for even a single post format (e.g. a Gallery Theme)
>>> is valid here.
>>> It depends if you count the default post format or not?
>> The "default" post format (i.e. "standard") is not actually a post
>> format. There is no "default" or "standard" term defined for the
>> post_format taxonomy. It is merely the fallback if no post format is
>>> (Note: "Text Domain" header tag is not used and not required; it is
>>>> information-only, and optional.)
>>> It is used for translating the theme description and page template page.
>>> See this article<https://foxnet-themes.fi/2013/07/02/translating-custom-page-template-names/>.
>>> Responsive has the page templates translated in German if any one wants to
>>> test it.
>> Huh; you learn something new every day!
>> (Otto/Pross: should this be added to Theme Check, as a corollary test for
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