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fitwp says


@fitwp, some rules there are just ridiculous. Why shouldn’t I use underscores to define selectors? I like using underscore, because the whole selector is selectable and I will never change this. Seriously.
I prefer dashes for a few reasons:
  • They don’t require the shift key to type
  • They match the style of the CSS specification (:first-child, text-decoration, etc)
  • You can use the |=value operator to match attributes beginning with “value” or “value-”
An interesting bit of trivia, the original CSS spec did not allow underscores: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Underscores_in_class_and_ID_Names

+1, there’re some discussions about this that might help:

http://stackoverflow.com/q/7560813/371240 http://programmers.stackexchange.com/q/141988

By the way, coding standards is not something that forces you to follow. You can have your own style, that’s totally ok. Just keep it consistent, that’s more important.

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fitwp says

Stunning! Maybe good for portfolio showcase ;)

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fitwp says

If you’re making WordPress theme, you should follow this guide:

http://make.wordpress.org/core/handbook/coding-standards/css/
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fitwp says

Before building a theme, I built for my own a framework (theme options, meta box, shortcode generator) and that reduced time while working on theme. For my first theme, after design is done, it took me 1 month to convert design to WordPress theme. That’s a simple & clean corporation theme.

But the 2nd theme I built for almost 5 months due to a lot of options and javascript for onepage.

In my opinion, time developing a theme proportional to its features. Simple blog or business theme can take 1 month, but a theme that integrates WooCommerce, unlimited colors, page builder, etc. or has a lot of Javascript effects can take up to 6 months.

Just another note: time for setting up the demo and writing documentation is quite long, too (if you’re truly serious about this).

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fitwp says

That’s really amazing! Congratulations!

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fitwp says

Thank you guys!

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fitwp says

Congratulations! We also reach 300 sales for 1st item today!

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fitwp says
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fitwp says

Today is great day for us when we finally get 300 sales for our first item on ThemeForest! Thank you all buyers, thank all friends :) We’ll keep making it better and better!

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Thank you guys!

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