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ThemeVan says

Is there any tutorial for make custom post type to be in plugin?

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UXbarn says

Yes, I’m going to do that in the next theme. :)

Anyway, how do you guys deal with the risk that would affect any previous buyers when upgrading the old items using new requirements?

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DavidGuns says

I writing shortcodes in theme(functional) and shortcodes generator to plugin(visual). Is this right way? :D

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Themewaves says
In Draft: Long Term Submission Requirements (Phase Two)

These standards effective for new submissions to ThemeForest on: Tentatively November 2013, subject to feedback.

I think this is not a mandotary, is that true?

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ThemeBeans says

I writing shortcodes in theme(functional) and shortcodes generator to plugin(visual). Is this right way? :D

I think the idea is that the shortcodes would “stay” with the user if they switch themes. But this whole thing is a debate wagon for sho.

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ImanGM says

Is there any tutorial for make custom post type to be in plugin?

Hey,

Nothing is different. Just create a simple plugin and then include a file in it which you’ve defined your post types in it.

Cheers, Iman

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codeex says

currently working to convert my custom post types to a plugin :)

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Net-Labs says

Same here

The word “tentatively” is a puzzling word for me.

My wife says that if I say that I’m tentatively planning to do something that it will never happen, but i guess it’s not the same in this instance.

Still hope the word “tentatively” gets replaced with something more concrete

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FinalDestiny says

Anyone to share how such a plugin would look like? I’d really appreciate it! :)

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egemenerd says

In Draft: Long Term Submission Requirements (Phase Two)

These standards effective for new submissions to ThemeForest on: Tentatively November 2013, subject to feedback.

I think this is not a mandotary, is that true?

Yes, did I miss something?

“These standards effective for new submissions” so should we update our old themes?

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