[theme-reviewers] Any restrictions on Custom Theme Framework
t4324acharya at gmail.com
Tue Oct 21 15:21:45 UTC 2014
Got my answer.
Thanks Cais. I appreciate your inputs.
> Simply put, code is code.
> If you are creating a theme from your own framework (which is great BTW)
> does not create any additional restrictions on the code because you label
> it a "framework". It's still code when you get right down to it and that is
> what the review is about for the most part ... and provided you are
> following the guidelines and best practices then it should be fine. The one
> thing I would strongly recommend is ensuring there is appropriate
> documentation for the reviewer(s) to be able to understand your "framework".
> On a personal note, an unintended external audit of my own "framework
> theme" has made me realize the documentation, no matter how thorough you
> may think it is, probably could be better (*grin*) ... this my
> recommendation above (which is not a requirement for your theme to meet).
> Edward Caissie
> aka Cais.
> On Tue, Oct 21, 2014 at 10:15 AM, Tina Ach <t4324acharya at gmail.com> wrote:
>> umm.. anyone?
>> Hi everyone,
>>> I am currently developing a theme based on a custom framework I have
>>> My question is, are themes based on custom frameworks accepted into the
>>> repository? I have seen themes based on Options and Redux, so I guess my
>>> custom framework would be ok too, right?
>>> I understand that all themes are subjected to the coding guidelines
>>> mentioned at https://make.wordpress.org/themes/handbook/guidelines/ ,
>>> but apart from that are there any special restrictions on custom framework
>>> that I should be aware of?
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