Introducing the WordPress Theme Development Checklist Tool

September 10, 2011 update: This checklist is now outdated. The most updated checklist in the Codex is available here.

Last weekend I was looking for an excuse to play around with JQuery, CSS3 and designing in general. After looking around for a bit I decided to make a more interactive version of the Theme Development Codex on WordPress Codex.

WordPress Theme Development Checklist Banner

My version formats that list for better readability, adds checkboxes and counters so you can track your progress, editable labels, and so on.

You can also download a copy for your own use. Click on the image above (or here: WordPress Theme Development Checklist Tool) to check it out.

Any ideas, comments, bug reports, let me know in the comments area.

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8 Responses

  1. anima says:

    awesome, just what I need :)

  2. Scott says:

    Have you thought about a way to make the list persist? Maybe HTML client side storage would be fun to try out…

  3. Hafiz Rahman says:

    @anima:
    Haha, great!

    @Scott:
    That’s a nice idea. No, really, probably a great idea to learn about HTML5 Local Storage too. I’ll see what I can do about it.

    @Daus:
    You’re welcome!

  4. idham says:

    waow dewa baru tau ada yang ginian .. izin copas dan translate untuk kebutuhan belajar anak2 ilkome kk :D

  5. hendrawan says:

    nice… GG…
    gak ad yang auto check my theme ya ??? …:)

  6. Ann says:

    first of all,there have so many people come from different country,for example,me .i come from China.Not the every body can use English to leave the message ,they even can not read any words,but they can understand something from the pictures ,the original links or somewhere.if they want to know what’s you want to tell them know ,they need spend time to check the dictionary .so ,i think it’s too hard to leave a English comment here.

  7. Moda 2011 says:

    Have you thought about a way to make the list persist? Maybe HTML client side storage would be fun to try out…

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