This shouldn’t affect performance seriously but definitely will have some impact.
There is only 5 fonts to show how it works.
If you want to protect your ideas from others you must use some sort of device like this
so does this mean if you start programming before getting laid there is something terribly awkward with you ???
There are some problems with plugin approach: 1. Plugins update requires additional work for user. 2. Additional queries to db. 3. Relying on third-party plugins may limit flexibility when developing new features
1. Very true but it’s best to get users used to using plugins because it prevents them from getting locked into a particular theme.
2. Not true at all. There is zero difference between code in a plugin and code in a theme.3. Then build it as a plugin yourself.
Ad.2 I meant that most options frameworks store data in a single db option instead of few. Plugins require separate db options thus causing additional queries.