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bfintal says

Okay I’ve got a question to the Envato staff

With regards to my current theme Dimension, I’ve dropped all shortcode support. People can still use them, but the theme does not come with shortcodes. It has a pagebuilder that users can use to put different types of content in. It makes it easier and faster to put content in without the hassle of remembering and typing in shortcodes and their attributes.

So the question is.. how does that factor in with the separation of theme vs plugins for phase 2? What do I do?

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EasyDevelopment says


I’ve made a plugin which actually does something like that. http://codecanyon.net/item/wordpress-theme-controller/5529680?WT.ac=new_item&WT.seg_1=new_item&WT.z_author=easydevelopment

Now that’s usefull, especially for back-end users, the control for all visual features in one specific area.

I wonder if you already have or you think about implementing some features for like require/recommend plugin ( to replace TGM class).

I have a lot of ideas, but I don’t really have a reason to implement stuff if I don’t have any suporters, if people would actually start using this, I would enjoy implementing everything they would need.

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M-Theme says

Hi, TF. Could please give us an example about this rule:

3.No hardcoded inline styles are allowed anywhere. Dynamic inline styles are permitted where necessary, and wp_add_inline_style() should be used where possible.

If it’s mean we can’t use the below code, why this theme(http://themeforest.net/item/the7-responsive-multipurpose-wordpress-theme/5556590) can be approved.

<div class="a" style="border: 1px solid red; color: #FFF;">
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bfintal says

Hi, TF. Could please give us an example about this rule:
3.No hardcoded inline styles are allowed anywhere. Dynamic inline styles are permitted where necessary, and wp_add_inline_style() should be used where possible.

If it’s mean we can’t use the below code, why this theme(http://themeforest.net/item/the7-responsive-multipurpose-wordpress-theme/5556590) can be approved.

<div class="a" style="border: 1px solid red; color: #FFF;">

Haven’t checked the code of that theme. But it’s possible that that certain inline css is dynamic and generated from theme options or shortcode attributes

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M-Theme says


Hi, TF. Could please give us an example about this rule:
3.No hardcoded inline styles are allowed anywhere. Dynamic inline styles are permitted where necessary, and wp_add_inline_style() should be used where possible.

Thanks bfintal! I hope TF can give us a reply. If it’s mean we can’t use the below code, why this theme(http://themeforest.net/item/the7-responsive-multipurpose-wordpress-theme/5556590) can be approved.

<div class="a" style="border: 1px solid red; color: #FFF;">
Haven’t checked the code of that theme. But it’s possible that that certain inline css is dynamic and generated from theme options or shortcode attributes

Thanks bfintal, I hope TF can give us a reply also.

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lup says

Hi, TF. Could please give us an example about this rule:
3.No hardcoded inline styles are allowed anywhere. Dynamic inline styles are permitted where necessary, and wp_add_inline_style() should be used where possible.

If it’s mean we can’t use the below code, why this theme(http://themeforest.net/item/the7-responsive-multipurpose-wordpress-theme/5556590) can be approved.

<div class="a" style="border: 1px solid red; color: #FFF;">

I think this rule tries to prevent the use of <style> tag, hardcoded, in themes. It may be applied for element style, but there are lots cases when you need to modify the css dinamically(look at flexslider or any jquery animation ).

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fuelthemes says

Well avada has about 1000 lines of inline code then :D

view-source:http://theme-fusion.com/avada/

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aleluja says

It’s called embedded css when you put in <style>...</style> and inline when it’s an attribute of an HTML element (style=”...”)

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sevenspark Moderator says

Guys, while the discussion is great, please respect the forum rules and avoid calling out specific themes. Thanks! :)

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ThemeFusion says

Difference is dynamic inline CSS vs static hardcoded inline CSS.

Anyways, this is a much better method http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_add_inline_style which we are going to change to soon enough.

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