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- Sublime Text 3 for coding + Extensions: File Header, Alignment, Emmet, Backet Highlight, LESS, etc.
- Google Chrome as my main browser + all browsers for testing
- Photoshop – only sometimes
- FileZilla – For FTP access
- MobaXterm for SSH access, SFTP
- ColorMania – as a color picker
- PrePos – to process files like LESS, SASS and JS
- XAMPP – local server
- Github app to manage github repostories
- Dropbox – to backup files
- PNGgauntlet to optimize png images
- TortoiseSVN for Wordpress.org
- 7-zip to create archives for WordPress themes/plugins
- Camtasia Studio to record videos
Long list, but it can be even longer.
Hi Smartik, Thanks for your response. Apologies for my wording in the OP. Redux is a theme options framework, and as such isn’t a plugin – but is built to be embedded into the theme. The same can be said for Advanced Custom Fields, which although it is also a plugin, has a theme embed option – due to the usage of some of its functionality in themes.
It’s a plugin and should be installed as a plugin. Please, do not include it in themes, instead tell to your theme users to install it from wp.org : https://wordpress.org/plugins/redux-framework/
I know that it can be included in a theme without problems, but you just should not do it. There are many reasons….
Too bad I can’t use it anymore. This is the message from G. Chrome: This extension is not listed in the Chrome Web Store and may have been added without your knowledge. Anybody has a solution?
I searched for solution, and right now it works if installed as userscript through this extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tampermonkey/dhdgffkkebhmkfjojejmpbldmpobfkfoMilan
Awesome. It works.
Too bad I can’t use it anymore. This is the message from G. Chrome:
This extension is not listed in the Chrome Web Store and may have been added without your knowledge.
Anybody has a solution?
You can ignore these warnings if the require/include is used to add functions in functions.php. Else, if they are used to directly incude theme parts in single.php, page.php, etc… then you must use get_template_part().
In a few words, don’t worry about this.
Also, I don’t know, why do you have these warnings if they are plugins? Or you include them in your theme? If you have included in your theme, then STOP, and use them as plugins.
Do not include the username if is less-relevant, but if the item is something that by default contanins your username in its name, then it should not be an issue. For example, I can use “Smartik Slider” and here it clearly is the name with contains my branding.