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dwhitmore says

The post is 2 years old…

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CrunchPress says

Yes, I wanted to know, does this thing still applies after 2 years?

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Parallelus says

Yes, I wanted to know, does this thing still applies after 2 years?

No, I don’t believe it applies.

I have a framework used for my last two themes that is very similar to a structure like Carrington. It breaks out of the WP default structure and creates it’s own template engine within the theme. Many authors do this now. I know that FreshFace has a very different method than mine but it is still a unique and high level template “framework” on top of WP.

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Zanzad says

I asked the same question last couple months ago. And the answer still, “NO.”

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EireStudio says

I asked the same question last couple months ago. And the answer still, “NO.”

Read Parallelus’s reply. And yeah, I have seen Freshface’s theme use a similar approach in his architecture…

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