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emeraldryan says

I’m working on a new theme using OptionTree for the theme options. I worried about the CSS styles selected in the OptionTree panel being written to a file named dynamic.css in the theme directory which is likely to cause users issues (due to file permissions) on certain server configurations.

Could my theme be rejected for a reliance on the theme’s ability to write to a dynamic.css file and does anyone know of a method for getting OptionTree to output CSS styles inline?

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rvision_ says

Using a WP function maybe?

global $wp_filesystem;
$wp_filesystem->put_contents(
  '/tmp/example.txt',
  'Example contents of a file',
  FS_CHMOD_FILE // predefined mode settings for WP files
);
http://codex.wordpress.org/Filesystem_API#Filesystem_API_Class_Reference

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