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cramdesign says

Phoenix, you are a king among men. I will give it a whirl this afternoon.

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inventweb says

Pheonix, that’s awesome. I’ve tried and failed to do just that for several hours :P I’m about to test it out.

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OllieMcCarthy says

Wow Phoenix! That is really decent of you, thanks :)

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ThemeProvince says

Bug Fixes

The last post brings up a few wordpress database errors Im not sure if they actually display to the user they just appear in my console.. Here’s a wordpress error free version of class.admin.php:

You’ll need to replace the file paths with your own again.

http://pastie.org/1714810

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wpCanyonThemes says

Use pastebin damn it :P

Someone’s getting a community superstar badge… :)

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CyberShot says

Thanks for sharing. I will try this out for sure. I have developed my own framework, but I think using option tree might be better. It would be a time saver for sure

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wpCanyonThemes says

Thanks for sharing. I will try this out for sure. I have developed my own framework, but I think using option tree might be better. It would be a time saver for sure

Own framework FTW . At least i like knowing every single line of the themes i make :)

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contempoinc says


Thanks for sharing. I will try this out for sure. I have developed my own framework, but I think using option tree might be better. It would be a time saver for sure
Own framework FTW . At least i like knowing every single line of the themes i make :)

Werd, +1 — its invaluable to know all the ins and outs of your themes.

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Kriesi says



Thanks for sharing. I will try this out for sure. I have developed my own framework, but I think using option tree might be better. It would be a time saver for sure
Own framework FTW . At least i like knowing every single line of the themes i make :)
Werd, +1 — its invaluable to know all the ins and outs of your themes.

Agreed! Building your own framework will cost some time, but you will gain a ton of experience. I redid mine from scratch lately and I have learned so much about wordpress, its insane…

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wpCanyonThemes says




Thanks for sharing. I will try this out for sure. I have developed my own framework, but I think using option tree might be better. It would be a time saver for sure
Own framework FTW . At least i like knowing every single line of the themes i make :)
Werd, +1 — its invaluable to know all the ins and outs of your themes.
Agreed! Building your own framework will cost some time, but you will gain a ton of experience. I redid mine from scratch lately and I have learned so much about wordpress, its insane…

You’re not much on the forums so you don’t know that i’m the annoying guy who keeps telling people it’s WordPress not wordpress and not Wordpress.

So It’s WordPress not wordpress and not Wordpress :)

“Every time you write wordpress or Wordpress you lose credibility as a WordPress developer” – Justin Tadlock (i think it was him, not sure thou).

Back on topic. Yeah it could take some time (1-3 days depending on the features) but it’s definitely worth it.

When i was learning about theme options there weren’t a lot of tutorials on that subject, and those i could find were basic ones, but enough to get a clear view of how it works. And after those few days of my experimenting with theme options and trying to make a framework i realized how much new stuff i learned about WordPress and PHP in general, and how much that experience helped me to further understand how WordPress works.

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