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  1. Paul
    Paul Published |

    I saw this theme building serie on themeshaper a while ago, and was always hoping to see this from you, and now my dream comes true.

    All of your WP tutorials at your personal blog (justintadlock.com) are like gold, I am very happy to see this theme building set wrapped up in one.

    Please keep it up.

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  2. Andrew
    Andrew Published |

    I’m looking forward to seeing this tutorial series.

    Will you be covering Child Themes at some stage, or will that become a series of its own?

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  3. Nick P.
    Nick P. Published |

    Looking forward to seeing the rest of this tutorial series as well.
    Justin, will you be covering creating custom widgets and theme options panel this particular theme? Interested in it …

    Cheers.

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  4. david
    david Published |

    woohoo..
    can’t wait for the next tutorial.
    thanks.

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  5. Matt
    Matt Published |

    Thanks for writing this, Justin. I am looking forward to the rest!

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  7. Tim Hyde
    Tim Hyde Published |

    Just one thought about theme naming though. There have been a couple of cases where themes with the same name as those found in wordpress.org/themes were overwritten on an auto-update.

    With so many themes around, two with the same basic name is very possible. So I’m not sure leaving out your site or core name is the best approach as this is a way of distinguishing your super-mario from another!

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  9. arif
    arif Published |

    hey, whats next tutorial, not found anywhere in d blog

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