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SyamilMJ says

This is certainly a lot better than SMOF . It is more well-documented, has dozens more extra options, proper sanitation and some other goodies.

But then again I didn’t build SMOF to compete with any other options framework already on the market. :)

Also, the ‘best’ framework, with all the technical differences considered, is really down to what works for you & your customer’s best.

Cheers

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digitalimpact says

Looks pretty solid, too bad it doesn’t adhere to the tabs styling in WordPress (I can agree those native tabs might not be enough for a theme with lots of option areas, but do you really need lots of option areas?) :)

Thanks for sharing!

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partnuz says

This is certainly a lot better than SMOF . It is more well-documented, has dozens more extra options, proper sanitation and some other goodies.

But then again I didn’t build SMOF to compete with any other options framework already on the market. :)

Also, the ‘best’ framework, with all the technical differences considered, is really down to what works for you & your customer’s best.

Cheers

I hardly think your framework is worse. Actually it has a better learning curve and instead of dozen useless options it has less but more useful options. And by the way maintaining a framework like yours is pain in the ass. It’s great that you haven’t abandoned it yet. And if you really think about making some money you should focus on theme developing.

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SyamilMJ says

If my work helps people put foods on their tables I’ll be happy enough :)

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billyf says

Sorry for reviving such an old thread, but I have some problems using NHP Theme Options Framework which I hope someone who has used it can help me out.

So, I am using NHP Theme Options Framework V1.0.6 with WordPress v3.3. The ‘std’ values for each option do not seem to apply and for checkboxes, if I just leave them unchecked, I will get ‘Undefined index’ error for those options in my WordPress (using XAMPP ).

I hope someone here can shed some light on my problems. This framework seems very nice, hence I hope someone can solve my problem so that I can use it for my theme.

Thank you for helping and have a great day!

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prezzz says
Billy, I see that you replied to the issue ticket on GitHub that I have created: https://github.com/leemason/NHP-Theme-Options-Framework/issues/112#issuecomment-8211713

From what Lee told me, there will be no new version of the otherwise awesome NHP framework from him sooner than in about 2 to 3 months, but I’m pretty sure we’ll hear from someone who has also experienced similar problems and was able to overcome them (or maybe Lee himself will release some kind of bugfix). I count on the social power of github :)

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billyf says

Hi prezzz, thanks for the information! It’s fine for me not to have any updates in 2-3 months, but what’s important for me is, the current version should, at least, work well (or maybe with some minor problems only).

However, default values not being applied and unchecked checkbox not being saved properly are major bugs because it affects the basic function of the framework. I hope someone here who is using this framework can help us out, especially if he/she does not face such problem. Maybe there is an error when we set up the framework, or there are some new bugs introduced in V1.0.6? We just do not know at the moment without more information.

Thanks for helping!

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aligatorstudio says

If my work helps people put foods on their tables I’ll be happy enough :)

That’s really nice :). Your SMOF should be called in our themes MTSMOF (more then slightly … :D ). We made some changes, but with older SMOF version, and I’m affraid I’m a bit autistic with Github and forks and how it works to contribute back with things we changed …
Back to topic:
Although this NHP framework has really nice features (you mentioned most important) I really would miss your drag’n’drop layout manager and slides manager. So if NHP will introduce something similar in future … perhaps I’ll reconsider (MT)SMOF … In the meantime, I’ll stick to SMOF …

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kaaz says

NHP framework written in OOP is easily extendible, I’ll use it in my future projects

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SimpleSites4U says

If my work helps people put foods on their tables I’ll be happy enough :)

Thats one of the nicest things iv read in a long time

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