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11/16/11 22:05:06 (2 years ago)
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jaredh123
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  • Ticket #19270, comment 2

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    1 * regarding menus: I understand that menus can be added via widgets, but by putting a link to the menus page right next to the current theme, it implies that this is a basic way you interact with and customize the theme 
     1* regarding menus: I understand that menus can be added via widgets, but by putting a link to the menus page right next to the current theme, it implies that this is a basic way you interact with and customize the theme, which is misleading when a theme only supports menus indirectly through widgets 
    22* regarding top-level menus: yes, usually appearance sub-menus are correct, but very powerful themes with multiple pages often move to a top level menu to avoid cluttering the appearance menu.  Even many plugins do this -- if a theme author has determined this is the best route for a particular theme, why not allow them to also filter these links and add them to this area. 
    33* regarding support links: yeah, I suppose you're right, but it could give the user a really warm and fuzzy feeling if these links were really dialed in, so that they pointed to the correct options pages, and optionally something like a help forum.