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On: 2005 / 11 / 14
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A few weeks ago, I released WordPress Theme Toolkit : something to help theme authors add an admin panel to their themes as easily as editing 3 lines in a file, so that theme users can select options and customize things on their blogs without manually editing files.

This is a hot week : in a few days will be released a full featured WordPress theme I've been working on with another blogger, using my Theme Toolkit, with a lot of built-in functionalities aimed towards Adsense.

And today, Ben told me about his releasing Regulus, a WordPress theme using my Theme Toolkit to give users the ability to chose from various options (header graphics and colors, sidebar options…) from an admin page. Besides these back-office features, the theme itself looks gorgeous.

I think my Theme Toolkit is, let's not be modest, a revolutionary way to help designers enhance their themes. Seeing it used by a talented theme author makes me happy :)

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  1. Ben says:

    Thanks for making the theme toolkit. It made my theme a lot more interesting and easier to modify for the people who use it. Hopefully someone will download and play with it.

    I look forward to seeing your new theme as well.


  2. Chris E. says:

    Hey man…I am really liking your theme toolkit…I currently have a theme called Rin on my current site that I haven't done anything with, I wish I had the toolkit for it! I want to try and set up the adsense post indside of something like you have above the comment box here. Do you have the skills to add something like this or maybe you could pass on the knowledge so I could do it on my own? I woud grealty appreciate it and make the appropriate liks to your website and everything. I hope to hear from you.

    Here is my website Knowledge For Wealth

    Chris E.

  3. Ozh says:

    Adding an adsense ad in the comment box has nothing to do with the toolkit, it's only a matter of editing your theme (and in such a case, probably the comments.php file)

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