In this first peek of the Quicker Themes plugin I have 10 features to demonstrate, and more demos will be coming your way every other day. I think at this point the coding is pretty much done, I have 2-3 bug fixes to take care of, and tidy up the mess – mainly the CSS. Before I started, I was adding over 1,000 lines of CSS code to the themes. Most of the CSS has to do with Woocommerce, and the plugins that I’m supporting though the TGM Plugin Activation Class, such as the WP Canvas Shortcodes among others. Today, the additional CSS stands at about 700 lines, with the ultimate goal in reducing it to under 500 lines. My timetable is to have public beta testing by this weekend, I’ll notify you how by then, and have the first version of the plugin a week later, and after another week of beta testing, making it public.
Instead of having one gigantic video, I divided this first part into 10 videos:
I’m going to demo more features shortly, as I want to give you time to digest all this. When I done with the new features, I will indicate all the plugins I will be including with the TGM Plugin Activation, along with what is TGM to begin with, a whole post dedicated to CSS, including some specific examples from video 10 above, and all about child themes. I will be rounding things off by reminding some of the important features we currently have such as the responsive switch, left sidebar under content, ans extra Styles for our themes, and how to create and install these Styles.
The next post will be about more features, including Woocommerce, Smooth Scrolling, Admin Bar Menus, Widget Shortcodes, and the rest of the shortcodes I did not cover today, along with some functions not visible, like security etc…