My Ideal WordPress Framework

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Last week, I broke the news that we’re releasing premium WordPress themes in 2 weeks from now.

Today, I want to talk to you about the framework we’ve built for all our themes to run on (and all of your themes too!).

When I created this framework, I had very specific ideas about what I wanted. This is the framework that I would want to use, but it’s by no means perfect. Nothing is, so I’d really love to hear what you think of it at the end.

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The State of WordPress “Theme Options” Pages

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A “Theme Options” page is designed to give control over how a theme looks and functions, solely by setting options in the WordPress dashboard. The user then has no need to edit the core theme files.

Theme Options have become a standard feature in premium WordPress themes (And some free ones too!), and aren’t that complicated to set up.

This post is a roundup of how Theme Options have progressed so far showing you what the advantages are, some resources for creating your own, and a collection of premium themes offering options pages so you can see what’s out there.

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