SwiftlyTilting: usability, reusability

Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Wordpress needs better separation between code and templates

Currently the templates for the main page and comment codes are rife with PHP code. There is no reason why code needs to exist in the template, so I’m planning on integrating some of my existing templating code into Wordpress. Once I convert my template class to PHP 5 I’ll release that here, as well as the Wordpress template stuff. I’m working some other things right now though so it might be a while.


2 Comments

Yeah, I know what you mean. It’s quite hard especially when you are trying to upgrade to a newer version. I was able to copy just the index.php, css file and images into a temp directory, run the upgrade and move the stuff back. Other than this, I really like wordpress. It’s teh shit. :)

Comment by Recipher — Monday, November 22, 2004 @ 8:25 pm

yeah i like wordpress too it’s pretty nice. I haven’t done any work on separating the code but oh well hehe

Comment by frantik — Tuesday, November 23, 2004 @ 1:38 am

Validate XHTML | Word Press