This way, buyers switching from our theme and keeping the plugin active would still have access to all their data (meta / builder) and the few shortcodes we still include would be rendered.
How the whole thing would look with 3rd party themes which obviously lack proper styling/js for that markup is none of our business.
I think that providing for example tabs/accordions without js/css will cause them to be useless.
@Japh Is using hooks intead of copy-paste code for content, sidebars etc allowed ?
Sorry for off-topic but I have a question regarding native wp theme customizer.
1. Is there a way to increase width of customizer ? 2. Is there posibility to add tabs inside customizer ?
When it comes to standards and best practices Wordpress itself is great example of spaghetti code. Of course it shouldn’t be an excuse for writing bad code but I think it’s very easy to judge on somebody, without providing real solutions to solve problems in the community.
Can somebody explain me the hookworm thing ? The only thing I found on net is this
Question as above. If somebody buys gpl theme and make customization (images mainly), can somebody else take this customization ?