Fluent – Content Focus Tumblr Theme (Blog)

“Fluent” tumblr theme is perfect for all types of content.

Theme Features

  • All post types
    • Text
    • Photo
    • Photoset – Slider
    • Chat
    • Link
    • Quote
    • Audio
    • Video
  • Infinite Scrolling
  • Author Sidebar
  • Mobile-first Responsive Web Design
  • Twitter Feed
  • dribbble Feed
  • Instagram Feed
  • Flickr Feed
  • Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, Share buttons
  • Submissions & Ask Ready
  • Retina-ready
  • Disqus Comments Integration
  • Cross Browser Support
  • Free updates and solid documentation
  • Extremely customizable ( over 90 customize options )

Theme Support

Online Documentation

E-mail: support@rosea.io.

Credits

Updates/Changelog

  May 15, 2015 - 1.0.0 - Released  

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Fluent Docs (WordPress)

Easy documentation generation for WordPress plugins & themes

Fluent Docs

Fluent Docs is a documentation generation plugin for WordPress. No longer do you need to generate and compile documentation in web and print form for your themes & plugins. Create your documentation using the WordPress custom post type editor, then let the plugin serve web accessible, print and PDF generated documentation for you.

Need to provide documentation in the theme/plugin folder? simply download the PDF version from your site and use that.

Changed part of your documentation? simply update once online and redownload the PDF to include in your product.

Fluent Docs makes documentation easy, and provides 3 outlets that the documentation can be viewed. Provide the documentation online, have the option to view a printable version, and have PDFs will fully linked table of contents generated on the fly.

Simply use the documentation heirachy through WordPress post attributes to order and compile the table of contents and content.

Amazing Feature Set

Responsive Default Styling

The web version provides a default responsive look and feel that will look great in any template.

Print View

Some users enjoy printing documentation (even though we should be saving the trees). Fluent Docs has that covered

PDF Generation

No need to rewrite the same documentation for inclusion with files, and online. PDF’s can be generated for you.

Bootstrap Intergration

Print and PDF docs are generated with Twitter Bootstrap styling. A nice clean way to supply documentation.

Clever

Fluent Docs only generates new PDF’s when things change in your docs. If nothings changed it serves a previously generated file.

Likes & Dislikes

Need feedback on your content? Fluent Docs has that covered.

Fluent Docs uses the MPDF library so inherits the requirements for that system, which are:

  • PHP must include the mb_string module installed (usually default on most platforms)
  • PHP must have the zlib module for compression.

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Fluent Demo (WordPress)

WordPress Multisite Demo requests, previews and creation

Fluent Demo is a plugin which enables WordPress multisite to request and create transient demonstration areas for potential purchasers of themes and plugins.

Fluent Demo makes duplicating a demonstration blog as easy as adding a post in the admin, or requesting a demo via the front end request form.

Not only does it allow you to request and create demos, it provides a frontend demostration area where a visitor can switch between all of your enabled demonstration blogs, with request demo, purchase and remove frame links. There is also the added feature of simulating responsive screen sizes per site.

Demo site previews – Need to show demos of themes or plugin output? This plugin is up to the task.

Responsive Simulation – Show your demo sites as if your visitor was viewing via a tablet or phone.

Demo Requests – Want to allow visitors to request demos? Simply save the demo options and its there.

Demo Creation – Once a demo is requested, or you add a demo via the admin the plugin will clone the current site into a unique sandbox for the visitor.

Automatic Cleanup – Demo sites can be archived after any number of hours you choose.

Newsletter Signup Intergration – Want to allow users to signup to your newsletter, add the newsletter url and post fields via the settings.

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Fluent Framework (WordPress)

WordPress Options Pages, Meta Boxes, Options Panels, User Meta Panels, Taxonomy Meta Panels with a difference.

Standardized Definition and Access of Data

The WordPress Fluent Framework provides standardized definitions, and access to options and additional meta information for any data types.

The Framework has been designed to be simple and feature rich. We know there are many options frameworks already available, but none were quite right for our needs.

With the Fluent Framework we had a few important goals:

Code Optimized – We wanted to make everything as bloat free as possible, while still maintaining WordPress PHP requirements. Vanilla WordPress UI – We wanted the framework to look at home within WordPress. Works Across custom pages, post types, taxonomies, and user pages – Currently we are unaware of any existing framework that provides this. No changes in code or access to values based on implemtation – Wether it be a post type, author meta, or taxonomy meta the values returned are always the same structure. Nested, repeatable group fields – We wanted any field to be nestable, and repeatable. This even works with groups themselves.

We truly belive in DRY (Dont Repeat Yourself) Development, and we have implemented this methodology through the framework, taking all of the differences between different parts of WordPress and providing a front layer which is consistent.

We also have design each field type and the way they are utilized, so we create a field once, and use it across any instance. This provides great streamlined code, consistent design, and as a result all fields will work in any application.

The only exception to this rule in the Group Field when nested other group fields. It functions 100% across all instances, but we are still working out a few css issues when using on profile pages due to the size/layout of the nested items.

The Fluent Framework is a very easy to use, well documented Utility Belt for WordPress developers (theme authors and plugin authors alike) that will make your lives a whole lot easier.

http://no-half-pixels.github.io/Fluent-Framework/
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