I stumbled upon https://piklist.com/ some days ago. It looks like a convenient way to build post types, meta boxes, settings, etc. while saving some development time and enforcing consistency. It does things the WordPress way mostly.
I’m writing a functionality plugin for future themes and I’m thinking of porting the code I already have to Piklist.
I can’t think of any reason a theme that requires a plugin based on Picklist (which must be installed as a plugin as well) wouldn’t be accepted, but I’m wondering if anyone else has done this successfully already?
I’d appreciate it if someone from staff could chime in, of course!
Thank you so much Envato Team for making me the featured author this week!
And thanks to all the supporters who’ve bought my themes in the past two years.
Same here, I use inline SVG for icons mainly. I’m doing it this way at the moment:
Browser support is fine as far as I’m concerned. The only drawback I can think of is customization. Some users may find it easier to edit an image sprite vs messing with SVG paths and shapes and XML, but none have brought it up so far.
@fuelthemes I just wanted to say the latest theme of yours looks amazing. Best of luck!