@DesignLinks, here you go: https://github.com/ReduxFramework/ReduxFramework/wiki/embed
You can read all about the merge here: http://reduxframework.com/2014/01/smof-merges-with-redux/
You can also find some interesting stats about the various framework used by developers here: http://reduxframework.com/2014/01/redux-market-impact/
Now both NHP and SMOF have merged with Redux to form a stronger community. Look forward to 2014. Great things are happening.
@dnp_theme – We talk to the vafpress team often. They have a very good product.
Here are some stats of use: http://reduxframework.com/2014/01/redux-market-impact/
P.S. NHP and SMOF have both merged with Redux.
phpbits, why not use the data attribute? You can declare data=>’posts’ to run the get_post_types function. Now by default the following defaults are set: ‘public’ => true, ‘exclude_from_search’ => false.
If you want to change those values, just pass the args attribute to change any arguments.
P.S. I’m a co-founder of Redux.
@ABdev, I am SO glad to hear that. That’s why we made it.
ABdev said@ABDev /bin and /test should be deleted before you release anyways.
Reviewer required to remove two lines with error_reporting(E_ALL);
There are other issues to fix also, so it is not rejected just because of this..
I need to add a doc script. You can see what we do to deploy to wordpress.org here: http://plugins.svn.wordpress.org/redux-framework/assets/newRelease.sh
@billyf are you using the wordpress.org or the repo version?
@themesforge, that’s why we moved to the Wiki so users can add examples as they need.
So your code block.
$args[‘opt_name’] in Redux is your $variable name that you access. However, you can also define $args[‘global_variable’] = ””; and override that fact. So you can store your data in the DB one way, but access the variable in another way.
Basically in your code, as long as you set $args[‘global_variable’] =”tf_options”, you can use your code as is (minus a few fields that may return diff arrays).
Good to know @FinalDestiny
We need to forward users from the site to our wiki. It’s there: https://github.com/ReduxFramework/ReduxFramework/wiki
We have just been working on coding more than our website. heh.