Now you only need to design header and footer of the theme, other stuff is handled by page builders. So, basically, nowadays every theme out there is a multipurpose theme. Sadly.
‘its great that you now understand what you can and can’t do..’
Is there something you forgot to mention? You didn’t know what you can do before?
14hrs – work
4hrs – food, sports, tv series / movies
6hrs – sleep
Maybe someone wants a baby without having sex?
Just wondering, but who decided to remove the tabs? Seems like an odd choice for usability as I don’t see an indication of a link there compared to regular text? How would a user know they are links to click? They just look like floating words.. no underlines, nothing around them, not a different color? Jonathan
+1, I mean, I was like ‘wtf are those?’ looking at the sneakpeak.
For example, if you have an option ‘footer text’, print it out on the frontend using _( $text, ‘xxx’); so that it’ll make that string entered in ‘footer text’ appear in WPML string translation
My 2014 web dev resolution might be kinda ambitious.. I’m gonna build 12 free wp themes next year. One theme per month. Should be lots of fun involved Wish me luck!
I’ve already have a landing page for this, gonna release the full website @ jan 1, 2014. Don’t know if I’m allowed to share a link here on forums, so I won’t gonna do that – send me a quick message using the contact form on my profile page if you’re interested