This plugin is a fork of Theme Check created by Otto42 and pross. There are just a few checks more for CampusPress users.
Note: Please, do not use this plugin if you don’t have a site in CampusPress network.
You can found the original Theme Check here
It checks plugins and themes against WordPress.org guidelines as well as additional requirements needed to pass in order to be supported on sites hosted by CampusPress and WPMU DEV Hosting.
Any ‘Warnings’ listed should be fixed before submitting for further manual review.
How to use it?
- Download the latest version, upload it to your wp-content/plugins and activate it in your local development installation.
- New menus should appear under Appereance menu called Theme Check and under Plugins menu called Plugin Check.
- Just select the theme in the selection box and click on
- Why does it flag something as bad?
It’s not flagging « bad » things, as such. The theme check is designed to be a non-perfect way to test for compliance with the Theme Review and CampusPress guidelines. Not all themes must adhere to these guidelines. The purpose of the checking tool is to ensure that themes uploaded to CampusPress meet the latest standards of WordPress themes and will work on a wide variety of sites.
This theme checker is not perfect, and never will be. It is only a tool to help theme authors, or anybody else who wants to make their theme more capable. All themes submitted to CampusPress are hand-reviewed by a team of experts. The automated theme checker is meant to be a useful tool only, not an absolute system of measurement.
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