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Smartik
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Do not include the username if is less-relevant, but if the item is something that by default contanins your username in its name, then it should not be an issue. For example, I can use “Smartik Slider” and here it clearly is the name with contains my branding.

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Unsplash.com :)

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+1 + I would like to see fun facts all at once if I would like, now need to refresh 100 times to see which # I am on TF for example :)

You can always go to authors list page and see your number, no need for fun facts. ;)

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I just love DigitalOcean, their price/service is excelent and the servers speed is amazing. :)

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Happy to be free. Also I’m happy when I see other people being happy. :)

@WebSmacker, I’m happy to see how much you love your family. :)

P.S. Happy.

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When I see what mess is in bootstrap files, I abandon it and write my own css, simpler and shorter. I personally don’t like these CSS frameworks at all. :)

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C++ is basically part of my university course that i must take. Thats why i asked about it. Else i would have directly went to learn php or python.
Then go for it. It is an awesome p. language. :)
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A boost, yes, of course, there are lot of things very similar between them(syntax for example) but don’t expect PHP to be piece of cake. After all, PHP is implemented in C.

Definitely not expecting that. I mean they are not different language for nothing if it was that easy and similar. But it would be nice if it becomes comparatively easier.

Like lets say if somehow learning C++ helps in gaining knowledge of about 40% of basic PHP (there is no limit to learning though).

It would be very beneficial for me.

Is 40% expecting too much for the basics. Anyways i have to learn C++ anyway. Its just i wont put much effort there if it doesnt help in someway in php. Because my main target is learning php.

Ehh so many opinions here…

If you have the wish to learn somthing do it, and if this is C++ it’s great. It is a cross-platform programming language and object-oriented, if you’ll learn it and will be able to create clear and qualitative code, then PHP will be a sweet cake for you.

BTW, C++ is not the only language you could learn. You may try with Ruby on Rails, Perl, They also have an interesting structure. ;)

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Yeah, I don’t think anyone who does design and front-end development will work with you this way. I guess you’re the one that is going to tell what has to happen (you want to create magazine themes) and then a designer / f.e. developer should create something for you. There’s no benefit for this person at all. This person would rather design and develop things on his own (without someone who’s looking over his shoulder) and after that asking for a WP developer to create a WP theme out of it.

There’s nothing wrong with the 40% commission, but the rest just doesn’t seem interesting at all. I’d rather look for 1 designer and 1 front-end developer, and work as a team, not as a manager who’s going to hand out the orders.

Good luck with it!

You know. If you have a good code base and if you are very good at programming, you can tell to designer to create such templates that just a very, very limited number of people would be able to make it functional. BTW, this is not about magazine themes(they are just blogs with some cool things added to it, nothing new). ;)

I think you got the point.

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Check for page parameter, it should always be unique for a theme options panel in a menu section. Ex in themes section: themes.php?page=my_panel_id
if($_GET['page'] == 'my_panel_id'){
    //enqueue my scripts
}

Nothing bad or good, your script is loaded in your page. You don’t have to worry about other pages. ;)

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