Also, note that a “dormant update log” does not mean an abandoned theme. Quite a few of my themes haven’t been updated in 5 months (at the latest) – this does not mean they are abandoned, but rather that they’re working perfectly, completely stable and fully functioned to the point that no realistic updates are needed.
Consider an items dormancy more on it’s authors comment responses, if an author is still responding to comments and helping out users, then in some cases an item without an update in a while could be an even better decision, in terms of stability.
Nice one Charlie
It’s just a custom post type, so you can query it with the usual custom query methods. I can’t for the life of me remember what the post type name is though!
Am I being stupid and missing something here? The code editor looks pretty rubbish and it requires FTP details to access and modify the files, so why not just use an FTP client and your favourite code editor?
Honestly I’m struggling to see what use this would give me over simply doing what I already do?
I’m hoping someone will set me straight and give me a realistic idea of why / when this would be useful
6 days here, no review. To be honest I’m extremely happy with the rate of the homepage exposure at the moment, but if my theme gets reviewed after all this waiting and then is off the homepage in the same day because of a sudden batch release, that’s going to really suck!
Any chance what’s actually going on is that they’re copying the text out of the email alert, which would likely contain plaintext of whatever you posted in the content (therefore including the HTML tags)?
Never even considered this! Yes that’s most likely the cause (provided those tags end up in the email alert)
Congratulations Iman, well deserved