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Jupiter Jim
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August 23, 2012 - 9:32 pm
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Rick,

 

Ok, I watched the videos for the first 8 lessons to get the big picture.  Now I am building the Child Theme and am just curious if there is a place where I can upload the content that I see you using for the Pages and, I believe, posts.

 

Yes, I can add my own content, text and pics, but was just wondering if you had all that in a zip file maybe.

 

I am in Lesson 2 now.

 

Thanks.

p.s. (non-important question following)  What does CRTC stand for again? (as in CRTC_LIB)   Child Responsive Thesis Child or something like that? It would just make it easier for me to remember when typing if it stood for something. 

 

p.p.s.  It says in sidebar to download files for Lesson 7 NOT Lesson 1 as intended.  (in Lesson #1)

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Jim, I don't have a zip file of all of that content.  I just created it from scratch.

CRTC stands for Create a Responsive Thesis Childtheme.  The take away from this is that you should use your own and it should be different with each child theme you create.  The purpose for this is to make these functions entirely unique.  If you don't do that you run the great risk of having conflicting names.

The solution is to name all functions with a unique identifier plus descriptive function names.  The unique identifier should be unique to each project.

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Ok, I'll just create my own content, just wanted to make sure I didn't miss anything.

 

For the sake of the course I want to name all functions, etc, with the same protocols and names that you use if I can in case I run into any trouble it will be easier for me to troubleshoot.   Knowing what CRTC stands for makes it easier to remember what order to type those letters in.   Distinct, meaningful names makes sense, yes!

 

Thanks for all your help and great lessons!!!

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