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g4xl
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separate templates files

Post by g4xl » 02 May 2010, 09:19

please notice that separate templates files and devided them into folders in way that adjusments so be easy .



thanks

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Connie
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Re: separate templates files

Post by Connie » 02 May 2010, 23:23

why should that be so necessary?

If you have some suggestions (which will cause some work for Sayontan to integrate into the themes) you could explain the PRO and CONs which led you to this suggestion

that would be helpful.

Cheers, Connie

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Re: separate templates files

Post by g4xl » 03 May 2010, 02:28

For example:
-template(folder)
--dark-gray (folder)
---style.css , dark-gray.css , rtl.css , dbx.css , ie-fix.css + options.php .. (files)

and so on


So that editing can files easily

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Re: separate templates files

Post by snafu » 06 May 2010, 05:25

So that editing can files easily
why?
i think the better solution is to use the custum includes

i never edit in original theme files, they will be deleted with the next update

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Re: separate templates files

Post by sayontan » 06 May 2010, 05:43

Let me weigh in here. There are a lot of images shared across different themes, like the ">" icons that you see in the sidebars. Now you might suggest creating a separate shared folder from which these icons are picked, but then the sharing is not uniform. All in all the reorganization is more trouble than it is worth, plus users are not really supposed to edit the theme's core files.

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