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ashobiz says

Hi,

I am working on WP theme for themeforst… I am using SMOF options framework… it seems better than options tree framework… My question is, how to implement portfolio feature where user can upload thumbnail and full size image from admin panel ?

Is there any plugins or scripts available ?

Thank you Ashok

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digitalimpact says

Custom post type through a plugin.

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ashobiz says

Custom post type through a plugin.

Thank you,... just made a quick search and found the solution…

http://wp.tutsplus.com/tutorials/widgets/using-custom-post-types-to-create-a-killer-portfolio/
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digitalimpact says

No problem :) Just think twice before registering the CPT within the theme ;)

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kaaz says

SMOF options framework is not passing theme check

lots of deprecated codes

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SyamilMJ says

SMOF options framework is not passing theme check lots of deprecated codes

theme check plugin is dumb

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greenshady says
theme check plugin is dumb

Yes, it’s dumb because it shows all the broken code in themes.

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rvision_ says

theme check plugin is dumb

+1000

...and plugin-check doesn’t even work properly :D

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kaaz says

@SyamilMJ

Could you please update that plugin ? I want to use it

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SyamilMJ says

theme check plugin is dumb
Yes, it’s dumb because it shows all the broken code in themes.

I know that came out rather harsh, and I apologize for that, but let me elaborate a little…

With all due respect to the author, theme check plugin is a tremendously handy & great tool – in fact I don’t think there is any other plugin that can quite match what the plugin is capable is doing.

That being said, people need to be reminded that it is still after all, just a plugin – and therefore prone to being, well, dumb.

The way that I saw people are using it around here is using the plugin as the main benchmarking tool to determine whether a theme is broken/not-broken without even considering the context of the errors generated by the plugin.

For example, a theme (especially commercial themes) should be allowed to use encoding function like base64 – as long as it doesn’t introduce/conceal any real security threat; or using deprecated functions as a fallback for backward compatibility. However, theme check plugin will flag these as “errors” and people would just rely on this information alone to immediately assume that the theme is broken or not fit for public release etc.

In this regard, using theme check plugin in such a way is a major disservice to the WordPress community as its setting a rather rigid, non-contestable precedence that is anything but upholding to the spirit of the open source community which encourages people to freely dissect, innovate & get creative.

Human assessment are still needed to determine the quality of a theme, and people need to acknowledge the fact that a plugin will help, but could never be smart enough to substitute human for the job.

tldr; theme check plugin is dumb

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