My experience on submitting First theme- Kafal to WordPress.org

In February I wrote a blog on Open Source and WordPress theme and decided that I will submit a theme to WordPress.org. And now I am back with another blog on my WordPress theme Kafal. It’s a pleasure to inform you all the readers that my theme passed the review process and accepted in the WordPress.org repository. Theme ‘Kafal‘ is now live and have been downloaded 1500+ times and currently active on 200+ blogs/websites. …

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Integrating Travis CI with WordPress Theme

Travis CI A tool for automating tests for your Open Source projects. Travis CI is used to build and test the software projects at GitHub. Its written on Ruby and freely available under MIT Licence. Which means we can use the Software without the Restrictions. So, Here the question is “What we can do with this?. Is it really can be helpful in developing any kind of Software/Application?”. Yesterday, In a discussion about Open Source with Yathartha, he told about his Open Source Contribution to a Python Module. …

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Is function_exists in WP

In my Summer Internship with ColoredCow I started my journey with WordPress. From my first theme(my first ever WP theme for submission as a task for ColoredCow Interview) to a client based theme I’ve learned a lot and still exploring the WordPress as well. In our first(or may be 2nd) code review “KD” added a comment to add “function_exist()” check before adding any of the function. I was like okay yeah we have to add a function_exist check before any of the function because if may be there is any function exist before this theme or plugin in the core or maybe it is derived in any of the plugin. …

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