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jeffeatworld says

Cheers! Be interested to see someone doing a tut on customer admin pages ofr Wordpress, would encourage alot of us site template authors to give it a go!

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Kriesi says

There has been one on Themeforest Blog (pre tumblr) but it is of course gone now and I couldnt find it at nettuts yet, maybe the will publish it again in the upcoming future.

here is what i found in googles cache :)

http://209.85.229.132/search?q=cache:097BFbbor-kJ:blog.themeforest.net/wordpress/create-an-options-page-for-your-wordpress-theme/+wordpress+theme+option+pages&cd=1&hl=de&ct=clnk

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GlennMcKeown says
Cheers! Be interested to see someone doing a tut on customer admin pages ofr Wordpress, would encourage alot of us site template authors to give it a go!

jeff – found this today… plenty of reading :)

http://designm.ag/resources/wordpress-theme-developers/

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Hein says
Cheers! Be interested to see someone doing a tut on customer admin pages ofr Wordpress, would encourage alot of us site template authors to give it a go!

here’s another one ;)

http://buildinternet.com/2010/01/create-custom-option-panels-with-wordpress-2-9/

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naranili says
Instead of saying that a theme is priced highly based on the author’s popularity, it’s more logical to make the assumption that the reason that they are popular authors is because their work is higher quality (which would explain the price difference). ;)
Absolutely.

Sorry to say this but this is not exactly true, sometimes it helps when your a popular author or not, look at kriesi his latest theme Display 3 in 1.

This theme has nothing more to offer then the most themes out here and it was priced at 40 from the beginning, so it sure helps when a author is popular and a good seller, this way themeforest and the author is benefiting from it.

Nothing wrong with that but please don’t tell different.

This is not correct. Have you take a look at the admin-interface from display ? I currently have about 100 premium themes, and no one has such a good and functional admin-interface.

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