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"Ultimate" Styling Checklist (5 posts)

  1. WebmistressM
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Okay...first off, I had to put "Ultimate" in the title because the idea of articles titled "The Ultimate Checklist" amuse me since software changes so often.

    I know I have Codex's theme checklist, but that covers Theme Development a bit more broadly than specifically closing in on the "have you styled this CSS yet?" aspect of it. Any idea if there is an itemized checklist out there which just cites just the STYLING aspects that you should edit/add for a given WordPress theme?

    Some I have found that do this format but are outdated:
    http://wptoy.com/resources/wordpress-theme-development-check-list-pdf-version/
    http://divitodesign.com/blogging/wordpress-theme-development-checklist/

    For me, my biggest flaw is that I always forget one aspect of styling and only notice it later when something doesnt aesthetically jive with my theme's color scheme. So having a STYLING checklist that I can combine with the broader Theme Development Checklist from this site would help.

    Dont forget the milk!
    WebmistressM

  2. esmi
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I wouldn't have thought it was possible to have an Ultimate Styling Checklist as there's too much variation from theme to theme.

  3. WebmistressM
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Esmi,

    Exactly the humor behind my title. Today's "Ultimate Checklist" might be outdated just 8 months later. :)

    Apologies if I am not stating it clearly. What I seek is, more or less, a check-off list of all styling(entries, single pages, 404 page, styling the meta data, entry title, etc...) that any page will need.

  4. esmi
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 4 years ago #

    What about the Theme_Development_Checklist?

  5. WebmistressM
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Esmi

    Again, the Codex site displays more of a broad checklist for overall, not just the specifics of the look and feel aspect to theme development. I was searching for something more itemized and concentrated towards styling.

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