[theme-reviewers] Need input from all ( if posssible )
emil at uzelac.me
Mon Dec 23 06:05:51 UTC 2013
Just like anything else, we should always have a plan and method in place
when reviewing Themes.
For instance I tend to start from the bottom up and/or other way around.
footer.php and header.php are usually where "you" can find the potential
problems, such as improper scripts/styles inclusion, bad links, deprecated
functions, plugin-territory stuff etc.
If all this "checks-out" I like to open functions.php and go from there.
Getting familiar with the
My 2¢ :)
On Sun, Dec 22, 2013 at 5:57 PM, Jose Castaneda <jomcastaneda at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hey guys and gals,
> Some time ago I asked what you felt makes for a good theme reviewer. Some
> things of course included WP knowledge and coding chops. I know I don't do
> as many reviews as I used to but when I do I feel like I could improve the
> experience not only for myself but for the developer.
> As of late there have been a few more people added to the reviewer list
> and I think it's awesome to see more people wanting to help. :)
> I would love to hear tips, advice from some of the more experienced
> reviewers as well as new as to what you think makes for a good theme
> review. What process do you use, what steps do you take, what things do you
> look for?
> Please share even if it's something simple as I use X-plugin or I really
> like how _name_ does reviews.
> I know for me when I assign myself a theme one of the first things I do is
> look through the SVN link files and make sure there are no custom-anything
> that could be lost when switching a theme. That does include widgets,
> meta-data, meta_*, CPT and what not. A good portion of the time I do use a
> localhost setup but try my best to use my domain to test. I do use some
> custom posts for video, audio and images but for the rest it's the TUT.
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