1. amosmos

    Great work!!!

  2. Paul de Wouters

    oh new book -hint, hint. I’m excited now

  3. […] coat of paint today. The site has been completely revamped and restructured. There’s also an announcement post with the details. Posted in WordPress Tagged Theme Hybrid, […]

  4. Ckangell

    You used to have an excellent hook reference page that listed all the available action hooks. I saw it mentioned but the link is dead. I used that frequently. I hope your bringing that back – really really soon

    • Justin Tadlock

      Actually, the page was extremely outdated and was missing a lot of hooks and even had some wrong.

      I am in the process of developing a new hook reference page for each parent theme though that should be better. It’ll just take a little time to put them together.

  5. Satish Gandham

    Looks great..
    I feel the shadow offset should be 0, its kind of disturbing now.
    How did you come up with this site width?

  6. marlonla

    I loved the improvements! Even more the documentation part (classes, functions etc). Congrats and my best regards!

  7. Steupz

    Perhaps now is the time I renew my subscription and finally upgrade from Options

  8. ToddMorris

    Looks nice … and I bet that documentation section should cut down on some of the repeat questions in the forums. I know I intend to look there first, before searching the forum questions, when I have future issues arise.

    • Justin Tadlock

      The biggest thing for me is that documentation is easier to manage. So, if I start seeing common questions, I can easily create a new documentation page. It was a much bigger ordeal with the old structure.

  9. […] submit their own themes to Theme Hybrid, which I find exciting.One thing that intrigued me in the announcement post is a tease for an upcoming book he’s a part of. Many know him as a coauthor of the […]

  10. Diana

    Do I have to register/pay for help in translation?!

    • Justin Tadlock

      The translation section is open to free members too, but it requires that you be registered because you’d need a username to post new text strings. The translation section is currently in the early stages. I’m still working on moving all the themes and plugins over to it.

      Once it’s completely ready, I’ll post an update here on the blog.

  11. dhavaljani

    Looks Good. I like the white/light colors in this version. All the sections are nicely structured and makes it lot easy to quickly see things like theme features etc. Noticed that your download button looks lot like WordPress.org and I like that.

  12. Emil

    Clean, nice colors and it loads super fast. Pulled it out in iPad and it looks great even there, small screen or my 23″ monitor both display just as nice!


    • Justin Tadlock

      The site is super fast compared to before. I’m not loading all the extra junk JavaScript from the previous version. I’ve still got some optimization to do, but I’m pretty happy with the results so far.

  13. whatsthebigidea

    “Responsive” for the massively growing mobile audience?

  14. chinmaya

    With all the documentation, plugins, books and other stuff the new design looks great! and the cross-browser adaptability makes it even wonderful. Great progress i must say.

  15. Sara Tetreault

    Justin! Well done. It’s impressive what you’ve accomplished. You’ve got me thinking about a site re-do now….Oh, and don’t forget – I still need a good recipe plug-in. Great work!

  16. […] Tadlock has published ThemeHybrid 3.0. The site has been rebuilt from the ground up and sports a new coat of paint. Amongst the changes, […]

  17. Kreativ Theme

    The new design looks clean and simple … as it should be … just one tiny note, there’s a bit to much shadow for the headings …

    Congrats to the new look!

  18. Erlend Sogge Heggen

    Any additional thought given to BuddyPress/bbPress support?

  19. cerco

    congratulation, well done!

  20. mp

    Grateful to see the upgrade – and the updating.

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