CRM Theme Rebuild + Plugin

For a long time, I was thinking that my CRM theme I have been working on would be released as a standalone theme.  But when I got down to thinking about it, I decided that it makes more sense as a plugin.

I invested a good amount of hours tonight separating the theme functionality from the plugin functionality.  I learned a bit about plugins_url() and automatically installing/recommending plugins from the theme activation process – by far the coolest thing I have seen in the WordPress world in a while.

I am still working on building the service that will utilize with the theme, a process that has taken longer than expected.

The release schedule is still up in the air, but with each late night, I get a little closer!  I appreciate y’all who have expressed an interest in beta-testing the theme/plugin.  I will be in touch as soon as it makes sense.

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3 Comments

  1. Miguel on September 13, 2012 at 12:54 am

    Hi!
    That seems great. I’ll try to keep up with your work as I am quite keen in finding a good alternative to Highrise.

    Cheers,
    Miguel



  2. GoWebBaby on September 14, 2012 at 10:35 am

    I want to take a look at the CRM theme.
    Waiting for the link for it.



  3. Lx on September 17, 2012 at 10:52 am

    Would be keen to learn more … so please keep me posted.



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