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WordCampGR 2012: Developing Child-Theme Friendly Themes

by Engineer/WordPress Developer at Pharmaceutical/Self on Aug 18, 2012

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Child Themes provide a great deal of power for the end user to modify and extend a Theme, and offload a considerable amount of development and support work for the developer. This presentation will ...

Child Themes provide a great deal of power for the end user to modify and extend a Theme, and offload a considerable amount of development and support work for the developer. This presentation will cover the important aspects of developing a Theme with Child Theme-friendliness in mind, including proper referencing of bundled Theme resources, incorporating template action hooks, making Theme functions pluggable and filterable, and making Theme options extensible.

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