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SyamilMJ says

Try this (not tested)


<?php

$custom_sb = $mp_option['example_sidebar']['footer_' .$page_id];
$custom_sb_id = get_the_title($page_id).' Footer';

if($custom_sb == 'on' && dynamic_sidebar($custom_sb_id) ) : elseif(dynamic_sidebar('Main Footer') ) : else :

?>

<!-- example widgets -->

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SyamilMJ says

The current stable version on Github now has this Backup & Restore option added to it. If you want to try it out make sure to read this thread https://github.com/sy4mil/Options-Framework/issues/12

Cheers

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SyamilMJ says

Given the troll-ish nature of this thread, that was hardly.

If you are going to hold a contest next time, at least make it look like a contest because this looks more like a scam to quickly increase the number of your twitter followers.

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SyamilMJ says

Are all dribbble contests like this? They told us to follow on twitter and send us shots – then disappear.

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SyamilMJ says

If I’m not mistaken WP will keep the widgets from the last theme as long as the ‘id’ is not used by another theme you’re activating. You don’t need 3.3 for this functionality.

You can’t however ‘export’ your current widgets onto another sidebar with different id’s on another theme, if that makes sense.

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SyamilMJ says
Parallelus said
Probably not. I see some issues with this. For example, there’s no way to upgrade to a higher priced version which isn’t helpful for customers. Also it splits the sales making it harder to get on the top sellers list which can help with exposure and increasing sales.

Fair points.

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SyamilMJ says

Thank you for the explanation Parallelus. I can imagine that you might have answered similar questions like this many times before, so apologies for that.

However I do have another curiosity – If you can offer your theme at a slightly cheaper price for the WP version and slightly more for the WP+BP theme, considering that the cheaper one would appeal to the customers who only wanted the WP version – would you consider doing it that way?

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SyamilMJ says

Is it possible to make BP themes as a stand-alone or an add-on to an already available theme? Sometimes customers might want just the core WP theme without the additional theme for BP. This will save some headaches especially if we do not want to mess with a lot of options.

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SyamilMJ says

You are welcome guys! :)

I just added this simple backup/restore option. I played around with XML export/import before but it seems to make things just way too complicated for the users.

This is what I came up with in the end.

Any thoughts?

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SyamilMJ says
SplitV said
sy4mil said
SplitV said
Each theme is coded in a different way, so there could never be a plugin to make every theme responsive. This is not a wordpress limitation, but the nature of what responsive design is. I’m sure there are plugins to replace your active theme with a mobile theme.
I agree. But I wasn’t looking for a plugin. :)

Sorry, I mis-spoke, I meant to say that a ‘function’ could never exist to automatically make a theme responsive.

The ‘content size’ is determined by the theme, not by WP or the browser.

That was not my question either, I know very well there is nothing inside WP that auto-magically do anything including making a coffee or a sandwich. Do I sound like I believe in fairies? :P

I was asking whether or not WP has anything that detects browser size, so that the content can be served differently for each set of sizes, which then would allow you to save users from loading heavier content that was meant for desktop viewers when in fact you’re just hiding them with display:none when viewed from a smaller screen/mobile, or use something like img { max-width:50% }.

If that is not an option, then how about if we use javascript to check the screen size prior to loading the content, then use wp_ajax to load the heavier content specific to that screen size? Has anyone tried it that way or is that generally a bad idea?

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