[theme-reviewers] Webmaster Tools IDs - plugin territory?

Chip Bennett chip at chipbennett.net
Sun Jul 14 23:56:40 UTC 2013

Partly rhetorical questions:

1) What is the purpose of Google Webmaster Tools and Alexa?
2) Do those things impact the presentation of user content?
3) Would the end user be adversely impacted if those things were lost when
switching Themes?

On Sun, Jul 14, 2013 at 7:28 PM, Jason Clarke <jgc at jasonclarke.org> wrote:

> Hi Admins,
> Long-time listener, first-time caller here- in reviewing my first theme, I
> remembered a recent list discussion on how Analytics-specific fields in
> themes are not allowed because they're considered plugin territory.
> On a related note, I'm assuming that other similar fields such as "Google
> Webmaster Tools ID" and "Alexa ID" are also plugin territory- can the
> admins confirm this is the case?
> Thank you!
> Jason
> PS - As a side/related note, it would be super helpful if the list
> archives where somehow searchable - that might be one more avenue for
> newbies like myself to check before emailing the list (assuming guidelines
> haven't changed).
> --
> Jason Clarke
> http://jasonclarke.org
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