[theme-reviewers] Theme Review Help

Chip Bennett chip at chipbennett.net
Thu Jul 11 16:54:19 UTC 2013

Design aesthetic would usually dictate what method is used to handle long,
non-breaking text. The critical concern is that long, non-breaking text
doesn't *break* the layout.

"More" function does need to function properly.

Handling of a given menu size is also part of design aesthetic, though it
is appropriate to require the developer to include any unusual limitations
(such as "primary menu only supports 5 top-level menu items") in the Theme
documentation (i.e. readme file) so that the end user is aware.

The number and severity of these issues is such that I would list them as
*required*, but approve the ticket on the basis that they be addressed in
the next Theme revision.

On Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 12:49 PM, Siobhan Bamber <siobhanbamber at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I'm going through the individual post unit tests for a theme I've been
> assigned and have a few questions.
> I've come across these issues in the individual posts unit test:
> - Long non-breaking text is cut off. Should make use of the “word-wrap”
> CSS property in order to prevent this.
> - “More” tag does not function in blog posts.
> - Dropdown menus with a high depth of submenus can go off-screen.
> These are the only errors I could find. The theme seems to pass in terms
> of code quality etc. In your opinion, are the errors I found big enough to
> constitute a "Not-Approved" status?
> Many thanks.
> Siobhan
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