These are some of the problems with the modern design, when everything is more minimalistic, duplicates are more possible. However here clearly we are talking about design clone.
I want the old trends, I want paper textures, wooden textures, super gradients, starry backgrounds and flash lens flares!
And I don’t use Visual Composer, I try to make my themes as straightforward as possible with templates and the ACF plugin metaboxes.
I know it’s not that much, I know that threads like this are a little annoying but I just wanted to say how happy I am.
Thank you to you all – the whole awesome community, Envato for the awesome opportunity to be part of this. Being here on themeforest gave me a place where I can do what I love and be happy.
Thank you all!
This does a decent job of covering the bases: http://www.paulund.co.uk/data-validation-with-wordpress
Thanks, Tommus. Everything is clear now and the theme will be ready soon for uploading again
Got it sorted I was actually pleased for this, but just had a bit of back and forth.
Basically if it’s going in JS, it needs esc_js, if it’s going in an html attribute is needs esc_attr, and if it’s a URL it needs esc_url.home_url needs esc_url also, I didn’t realise this
So everytime I echo a variable in the front end, I escape it?
My latest accepted theme has been on back-and-fourth for 3 times.
One of the worst problems with the reviewers are when you attach a notice to the first one for some of the warnings and notices that come from plugins like ACF, and they are okay with it because they are widely accepted. And then a second reviewer comes, sees the notices and BAM you are rejected again because he thinks that they are from your theme..
I’m currently having a hard time with “data validation” and the reviewers, something that’s never been brought up before, I’m now waiting 2 days on a resubmission.
This, this, this! My latest theme is currently rejected because of this and I’ve never such issues until now.
Please! Envato reviewers, give more in depth review of the fields that needs validation, because I’m currently struggling with this problem big time.
Yes, I’ve heard about it before, but I was not aware of the progress that they did.
That’s some nice feedback there. For me it seems like a lot better step than Macaw or Sketch, where they spit CSS code as they seem fit.
Today Adobe released version 1.0 of the next candidate for favorite web editor – Brackets.
A little video of its ‘manual’ PSD to HTML & CSS conversion – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IdgnbAShnI
This seems like a very nice editor, and it’s open source. Will it become as famous as Sublime Text? If someone has tried it, does it have some other cool features except PSD.>HTML & CSS?
I’m going to give it a try to see what else it provides, as I’m more of a design in the browser guy.
It will be interesting what extensions will the community come up with.