Redux has a WordPress filesystem proxy built in to help you read and write files that will pass Theme-Check. You can use these calls the moment a Redux object has been loaded (your Redux config has been run). Getting Started First, you must get the Redux object. The easiest method is as follows: Now that […]
As of December 2014, the WordPress.org theme submission guidelines require Redux be embedded, not installed as a plugin. They also require that all aspects of tracking be removed from themes, even opt-in. Redux has an opt-in tracking platform built in to help us gather statistics about users who use Redux. We use this to debug […]
We take compliancy very serious here at Redux. Those who run Theme Check may get some warnings or errors. This document is to help you prepare your theme for submission to the WordPress.org directory or a marketplace such as Envato (ThemeForest/CodeCanyon). This article is primarily for users who are downloading from the GitHub Repo. Before […]
Redux has a large amount of arguments. The framework instance itself has arguments, each field has its own arguments. These are the framework instance level arguments in alphabetical order.
Creating a product from ground zero is never fun. Let’s see if we can ease your pain some. There are several different ways in which you can begin using Redux Framework. Use the Redux Generator We at Redux understand how difficult it can be to get started. That’s why we built the Redux Generator. It […]
To make conversion from a different options framework easier, we’ve created a conversion utility. It allows you to play with Redux and convert data from other frameworks. It’s available here: http://wordpress.org/plugins/redux-converter/ Currently supported frameworks are as follows: Slightly Modified Options Framework (SMOF) Option Tree