Keep it up with quality > quantity.
All the best!
cippo saidThat is not so great.
Why don’t you try to use “use strict”; for the whole document instead putting it inside of every function? line 1: “use strict”; line 2: your code…
The reason why is because that way you are enforcing strict standards to the global scope, meaning that even 3rd party scripts will get affected by it.
Now, you may say, why should I care about other scripts if they suck and are not written with strict standards.
Well you should, cause it affects your customers and can break things where maybe it shouldn’t.So yeah, use strict standards but within your code, unless you are building stuff for personal use.
That makes sense thanks for your opinion.
Why don’t you try to use “use strict”; for the whole document instead putting it inside of every function?
line 1: “use strict”; line 2: your code…
http://themeforest.net/item/limitless-multipurpose-drag-n-drop-theme/5528738 , just approved with my RAD Builder
Good luck with that! Maybe I’m wrong but it might be the next big hit.
Keep up the good work and get better and better
I totally agree with you regarding Child Theme support. I’m a bit disappointed as well when it comes to WP themes code.
did you create the app from your twitter account? You need to place some keys in the index.php file.
I didn’t modify anything else in that php file so you can leave the private $lib to the default one.
Also, use the absolute path to the index.php file. Please check this answer: https://github.com/seaofclouds/tweet/issues/264#issuecomment-20092593 – you’ll end-up with something like /wp-content/themes/themename/js/twitter/index.php (put the correct path to your script)
Good luck with that.