[wp-hackers] Detecting and fixing non-compliant themes
viper at viper007bond.com
Fri Dec 22 11:02:33 GMT 2006
-1 to making this core. 99% of themes have both hooks and those that don't
should. We can't be responsible for invalid themes. It'd just be bloat that
rarely be used.
I don't think a universal package of code for distribution (like ButtonSnap)
would be bad though for the plugins that need it.
On 12/21/06, Dan Kuykendall <dan at kuykendall.org> wrote:
> Well, your welcome to use the code I have posted. I already have it
> working in podPress.
> What I think is that this belongs as part of the standard wordpres
> functionality. To help ALL users avoid problems caused by bad themes. It
> would also help theme writers avoid releasing non-compliant themes to
> begin with,
> John Joseph Bachir wrote:
> > It's funny, I was just thinking about this problem the other day, and
> > considering making a "theme validator" plugin which checks for the
> > existence of all hooks. Shall we join forces?!
> > John
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