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dSKY says

Weekly top sellers should be posted by category.
Why would I care what is the top seller for past week in WordPress if I’m interested in Ghost themes? Or if I’m looking for photography WP template instead of business theme.
There is a lot to be learned from stock photography sites and how they handle things.

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dSKY says

You are allowed as long you provide the dev version too. You can name and use your .min files.
Am I obligated to provide “dev” version of Javascript code?
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dSKY says

bump?

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dSKY says

I’m developing a backend app for WP that is basically a Backbone.js app with like 3-4k lines of code. My question is : “Am I allowed to concatenate and minify multiple js files that are used by the app? Also since it’s a Javascript app (basically no php except for registering the plugin and some ajax hooks for saving data) do I retain all the right for the code ( no gpl?) Thanks

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dSKY says

nice :)

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I have a couple of questions:
What about dependencies between the theme and the plugin.
- If I have some functions that are used both in the cpts and regular posts, where should I put them?
- How should I handle the situation if the user has two of my themes, and tries to activate one after the other, so the plugin ( which is essentially is a toolkit for my themes) from the first theme is still active while he tries to activate the second theme which requires my plugin(toolkit) which has a different version number, and there is a lot of the same code in those two plugins?

- Where should I put cpt templates?

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dSKY says
Sinc I didn’t get an answer in the last batch of answers, I’m quoting myself :)
Hope to get the answer soon :)

I’m a little confused about CPT’s and I have a couple of questions.
  1. Should plugin be used only to house cpt functionality, or should it include js, and css files that are required for front end design?
  2. Can the plugin use custom pages, with the ability that theme pages and custom post pages, if present will take precedence plugin-templating-within-wordpress
  3. If the plugin creates metaboxes for custom pages , post types, where should the logic for parsing the meta information go? And if I have some custom functions for retrieving and using that meta data, where should I put them ( functions.php or inside the plugin ) .... they will have to be used on the pages that are rendering custom post types.
  4. Where should I put all the helper functions which I use through the theme? underscores.me (_s theme) has a “inc” folder with the extras.php file that has all the extra functionality. Is it okay to have files in that folder with custom functions separated in to different files depending on their usage?
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dSKY says
I’m a little confused about CPT’s and I have a couple of questions.
  1. Should plugin be used only to house cpt functionality, or should it include js, and css files that are required for front end design?
  2. Can the plugin use custom pages, with the ability that theme pages and custom post pages, if present will take precedence plugin-templating-within-wordpress
  3. If the plugin creates metaboxes for custom pages , post types, where should the logic for parsing the meta information go? And if I have some custom functions for retrieving and using that meta data, where should I put them ( functions.php or inside the plugin ) .... they will have to be used on the pages that are rendering custom post types.
  4. Where should I put all the helper functions which I use through the theme? underscores.me (_s theme) has a “inc” folder with the extras.php file that has all the extra functionality. Is it okay to have files in that folder with custom functions separated in to different files depending on their usage?
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dSKY says

Question about JavaScript files.
You stated “Authors are not allowed to deregister the default version of jQuery and load another one.”
Am I allowed to deregister the local, and load the same version via cdn?

- Another one
” If a CDN version of a library is included, a local copy must be provided as a fallback. “

If I’m loading a well known library via cdn , should I also include a local copy in the download files and that’s it, or there are some additional steps that must be taken to comply for that rule?

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dSKY says

This looks very promising, however a little tutorial on getting started should be in order.
Framework looks very big and comprehensive, it would take a lot of time for a new framework user to tackle it on it’s own.

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