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Theme Development Checklist

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Stefan Vervoort of WPToy.com has published a new and improved version of his WordPress Theme Development Checklist. This new checklist is provided in PDF form but it’s very easy to print. The checklist covers the following points:

  • General
  • Stylesheets
  • Browser Compatibility
  • Pages
  • Styled Everything?
  • Standard CSS Classes
  • Validate
  • WordPress Code
  • Blog
  • Elements

This is one of those guides you could put up on the wall to serve as a quick reference.

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  1. Stefan Vervoort (1 comments.) says:

    I hope anyone enjoys the checklist and find it helpful! Thanks for covering the release!

  2. George Serradinho (107 comments.) says:

    You sure have thought of a lot of things to note and check before releasing a theme. I’m not a theme developer, but you made it easier for newbies/pro’s trying to get into this industry.

  3. Gary (2 comments.) says:

    Excellent timing! Thank you. I’ve spent the weekend reading up on this (mainly in the Codex) for the first time in a long time, since I want to upgrade my own year-old(?) theme. There’s a few points in this PDF that I’d not already covered so that’s useful. Thanks again!

  4. the website guy (2 comments.) says:

    Nice checklist reference. Im in the process of working on a new wordpress theme, so this may come in handy :)



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