To all the WordPress gurus: as you know, register_sidebar has a property called description since WP 2 .9. I can access that property in the widget code by using the $description variable, but is there a way to reference that variable in my theme?
What I would like to do is be able to show sort of a title for a widget ready area, without using other tricks or additional theme options. However, other ideas are welcomed as well.
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I noticed there’s a WordPress theme that’s been accepted, although it advertises that it comes with a commercial JW player license.
It is my understanding that third party scripts or players that do not offer a “for resale” license cannot be used in a WordPress theme or site template. Even if the author purchased a commercial license, in the end they are only good for a fixed number of websites.
It’s not my intention to point any fingers here (that’s not me at all), I’m just hoping a reviewer can jump on this thread an provide an answer. Maybe I’m just missing something.
If this is an option, I would love to be able to use JW player or other scripts myself, as that would really help me cut some corners.
I also agree with Ed in the sense that every project is different and in the end you have to look at the specifics of that project before making a decision.
I also have been looking at all kinds of frameworks and grid options, but in the end I went with a custom approach, that uses bits an pieces I found useful in other frameworks. Plays a lot like Skeleton though. You can see a work in progress version here: http://demo.canvasthemes.net/emptycanvas/
For making a layout adapt to mobile, the “fixed widths using media queries” approach works for me. If we’re talking about really optimizing a website for mobile, that’s a totally different story.
Yeah, add_image_size + get_the_post_thumbnail works nicely for post thumbnails. What about if you wanted to resize a certain image from the media library, that maybe isn’t part of that post / page? I use vt_resize now, but would love to know what you guys are using. Thanks!
So just the theme ZIP file. Cause the PSD / PNG sources are the large ones. Thanks!
The question is simple: since the ZIP file containing all the deliverables of a theme can get quite large, do we have to reupload everything? For a simple bug fix, can’t I just upload a ZIP of that particular file or at least only upload the them?
Not sure how things get (re)packaged once they are uploaded. Sorry if this was answered before.