OptionTree attempts to bridge the gap between WordPress developers, designers and end-users by creating fully responsive option panels and meta boxes with an ease unlike any other plugin. OptionTree has many advanced features with well placed hooks and filters to adjust every aspect of the user experience.
Build your Theme Options panel locally with an easy to use drag & drop interface and then export a functioning
theme-options.php file for production use that is i18n translation ready, with your custom text domain automatically inserted.
And, in just a few simple lines of code, save settings to the database with a unique array ID so none of your Theme Options conflict with other themes that use OptionTree.
Also, OptionTree now takes full advantage of the new color schemes introduced in WordPress 3.8, it looks and feels built-in.
If you’re like me, you want to know how everything works. Download and activate the OptionTree Theme and see first hand how to integrate OptionTree into your own project. I’ll walk you through installing OptionTree and you’ll get a chance to see all the various options and filters first hand and in the wild.
To contribute or report bugs, please go to the OptionTree Github repository.
OptionTree is a project partly sponsored by ThemeForest, the largest WordPress theme marketplace on the web.
This is a complete list of all the available option types that come shipped with OptionTree.
Pluginsmenu in WordPress
OptionTree->Documentationlink in the WordPress admin sidebar menu for further setup assistance.
option-treedirectory in the root of your theme. For example, the server path would be
Add the following code to the beginning of your
* Required: include OptionTree.
require( trailingslashit( get_template_directory() ) . ‘option-tree/ot-loader.php’ );
For a list of all the OptionTree UI display filters refer to the
demo-functions.php file found in the
/assets/theme-mode/ directory of this plugin. This file is the starting point for developing themes with Theme Mode.
There sure is, and I’m glad you asked. Download and activate the OptionTree Theme and get some experience setting up OptionTree on your own with detailed directions and tips.
The most likely scenario is your theme already has OptionTree installed in Theme Mode. And since the plugin and theme version can’t both be active at the same time without the sky falling on your head, your site has decided to throw in the towel. If that’s not your issue, open up a support request and we’ll figure it out together. UPDATE: As of OptionTree 2.4.0 the plugin version will not conflict with the Theme Mode version if they are both 2.4.0 or higher.
Theme Options UI Builder for WordPress. A simple way to create & save Theme Options and Meta Boxes for free or premium themes.View Cart
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