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. With it, you can run all the same automated testing tools on your theme that uses for theme submissions.

The tests are run through a simple admin menu and all results are displayed at once. This is very handy for theme developers, or anybody looking to make sure that their theme supports the latest WordPress theme standards and practices.

Come abilitare la formattazione del trac

The Theme Review team use this plugin while reviewing themes and copy/paste the output into trac tickets, the trac system has its own markup language.
To enable trac formatting in Theme-Check you need to define a couple of variables in wp-config.php: TC_PRE and TC_POST are used as a ticket header and footer.
For example:

define( 'TC_PRE', 'Theme Review:[[br]]
- Themes should be reviewed using "define(\'WP_DEBUG\', true);" in wp-config.php[[br]]
- Themes should be reviewed using the test data from the Theme Checklists (TC)
' );

define( 'TC_POST', 'Feel free to make use of the contact details below if you have any questions,
comments, or feedback:[[br]]
* Leave a comment on this ticket[[br]]
* Send an email to the Theme Review email list[[br]]
* Use the #wordpress-themes IRC channel on Freenode.' );

If either of these two vars are defined a new trac tickbox will appear next to the Check it! button.


E come si fa con i numeri della versione?

Il numero di versione è la data della revisione delle linee guida utilizzate per crearlo.

Perché segnala qualcosa come male?

It’s not flagging “bad” things, as such. The theme check is designed to be a non-perfect way to test for compliance with the Theme Review guidelines. Not all themes must adhere to these guidelines. The purpose of the checking tool is to ensure that themes uploaded to the central theme repository meet the latest standards of WordPress themes and will work on a wide variety of sites.

Molti siti utilizzano temi personalizzati e questo va perfettamente bene. Ma temi che sono destinati ad essere utilizzati su diversi tipi di siti da parte del pubblico, necessitano di un determinato livello minimo di funzionalità, al fine di assicurare il corretto funzionamento in molti casi differenti. Le linee guida per la revisione dei temi sono create con questo obiettivo in mente.

This theme checker is not perfect, and never will be. It is only a tool to help theme authors, or anybody else who wants to make their theme more capable. All themes submitted to are hand-reviewed by a team of experts. The automated theme checker is meant to be a useful tool only, not an absolute system of measurement.

Questo plugin non decide le linee guida utilizzate. Eventuali problemi con le particolari linee guida di revisione del tema dovrebbero essere discusse sul sito Make Themes.


22 Aprile 2023
I heard good things about this plugin until I used it. It says my theme name and text domain/slug do not match. They do so why is it flagging a non-existent error?
6 Giugno 2019
One of the best plugins for theme developers. Really a very good job! Have you never thought to create a similar plugin to check plugins? Plugins developers would also need a so helpful tool.
18 Gennaio 2019
This is a great plugin for everyone that really likes to develop a WordPress theme and make successfully tests for the basic WordPress standards. The errors separated in 'Required', 'Warning', 'Recommended' and 'info'. Also provide the basic information of this error and makes you understand where the problem is.
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