9 Responses

  1. Zac Zac August 20, 2008 at 2:00 pm |

    This is an interesting application. I look forward to seeing how this develops and changes the way folks develop for WP

  2. Lika Starr Lika Starr August 20, 2008 at 8:15 pm |

    Very nice work Justin. I’m liking the child theme idea a lot ;)

  3. ririzarry ririzarry August 21, 2008 at 5:07 pm |

    Very cool stuff Justin. I’m really trying to embrace the child theme concept and stuff like this really reinforces it. I’ve been doing a lot of testing with a child theme working off Structure and trying to minimize changes directly to the theme. Hopefully, WP2.7 will have additional support for child themes as well.

  4. J Mehmett J Mehmett August 23, 2008 at 3:20 am |

    Fabulous job, man. I can say this is a revolution to the right direction, because many users already get tired redoing their job after upgrading their themes.

    I was lately testing WordPreciousss Plugin to add some PHP code in to the child theme so all the modifications can run from the child theme. However, I heard WP2.7 will do that job instead of WordPreciousss.

    Your tuts help a lot man!

  5. [...] recently wrote a post showcasing the power of child themes. It shows a parent theme and what I transformed it into on ThemeHybrid.com with a child [...]

  6. sohbet sohbet October 10, 2008 at 3:48 am |

    first I congratulate for your site, I have enjoyed your site in a general look. I wish for continuance of your success

  7. Sohbet odalari Sohbet odalari November 23, 2008 at 2:08 pm |

    Thanks…

  8. Justin Tadlock of ThemeHybrid Rocks. Justin Tadlock of ThemeHybrid Rocks. August 12, 2009 at 11:50 pm |

    [...] Let me be clear. Justin gives his theme away for free. Without getting into too much web gobbledygook, let me just say the site you’re now reading is based on Justin’s Hybrid-News child-theme (if you want to know what a child theme is, check it out here on Justin’s site.) [...]

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