Tammie Lister: Theme, Don’t Be My Everything

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  1. Antrim

    Great, passionate,funny, clear. And something we need to hear and do. Plus such a wonderful
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  2. LittleBigThings

    Great talk, thanks for the inspiration!

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    Great analogy and love title. Thank you for the very needed talk.

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    Great talk. Some very interesting points

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March 13, 2015

It’s time to stop putting everything including the kitchen sink into themes. A theme shouldn’t be a bloated monster with an options panel that stretches out the horizon. This talk is a call to action, to stop making themes that do everything and start making themes that focus. Themes that are designed to meet a need, to fit a market. Themes that work out of the box and don’t require a manual you could use to hold up a table that’s missing a leg. Themes that don’t be my everything.

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WordCamp Maui 2015 26

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