Theme-Check. The theme check plugin is an easy way to test your theme and make sure it's up to spec with the latest theme review standards.
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Twitter Bootstrap has simply exploded in the web development community.
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Best Slideshow (Content Slider) Plugins for WordPress. UPDATE Feb 2012: We’ve reviewed all the newest sliders for this year, you can now check out our review of best slideshow (content sliders) plugins for WordPress in 2012.
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