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Uh, the Developer(s) need to learn the business model

  • I quoted my client a certain amount time to develop his site, not realizing I was going to have an extra 3-4+ hr learning curve. I’m looking all over the place to make customizations. Foul. And I do not like- nor understand- why I spend time getting my images to look nice while WP thinks its ok to re-size them. No developer works that way. I get the REM stuff- but why everything is so hidden seems to be poor planning. Still- better than I could do on my own I guess.

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  • Hi Chad,

    I recently released a plugin for TwentyTwelve called Styles. It might help you make edits to TwentyTwelve and other themes if you need to do so again in the future.

    Styles lets you edit a lot more before diving into CSS and HTML. It adds almost 300 options to the default WordPress Customizer. I thought you or others might find it useful: wordpress.org/plugins/styles

    The resizing enables the theme to work on multiple platforms and screen resolutions. Thus, you have to use larger sized images to support different resolutions. Then the theme will size and crop them for you for the user’s platform.

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