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webdesignerart says

Guys i am making wordpress theme, but as i am not currently much pro php developer so i decided to use any best free wordpress theme option panel, So guys if you know or using any best free bundled features option panel please share with me :)

Thank you

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themespirit says

SMOF (Slightly Modified Options Framework) is a good one.

LINK

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tommusrhodus says

There’s no reason to add more weight and potential security risks to your theme with external options panels anymore. Since 3.4 WordPress ships with its own option panel;

https://codex.wordpress.org/Theme_Customization_API

And as of 3.6 it’s enabled in all themes by default and available in the “appearance” menu, it makes no sense not to use it :)

If you use the theme customisation api, then you can even show it off to your potential buyers with this plugin;

http://codecanyon.net/item/open-house-theme-options-test-drive-options/5415075

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Markic says
NHP options – looks great and it’s really easy to use… http://leemason.github.io/NHP-Theme-Options-Framework/
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mstfssk says

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CFXd says

Don’t add unnecessary weight to WP: https://codex.wordpress.org/Theme_Customization_API

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Makins says

Using the theme customisation API is definitely the way forwards, it makes sense to take advantage of it.

I made a simple tool to write the code for me, you’re welcome to use it: WP Options Creator

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ImanGM says

OptionTree for sure.

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webdesignerart says

Guys do you think WordPress theme Customizer API https://codex.wordpress.org/Theme_Customization_API

have more features or equivalent to SMOF or OPTION TREE Framework?

Because i see WP Theme customizer can change just colors, background and fonts only.

Thank you

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