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NovelLite

Free WordPress 4.8.2 theme

NovelLite

Free WordPress 4.8.2 theme
99
Error 8 : Undefined variable: cms
In /home/www/themecheck/themecheck/controllers/controller_results.php line 818
Warning
  1. Screenshot : Screenshot fileBad screenshot file extension ! File screenshot.png is not an actual JPG file. Detected type was : "image/png".
Tip-off
  1. Optional files : Presence of rtl stylesheet rtl.cssThis theme does not contain optional file rtl.php.
  2. Optional files : Presence of front page template file front-page.phpThis theme does not contain optional file front-page.php.
  3. Optional files : Presence of home template file home.phpThis theme does not contain optional file home.php.
  4. Optional files : Presence of term template file taxonomy.phpThis theme does not contain optional file taxonomy.php.
  5. Optional files : Presence of date/time template file date.phpThis theme does not contain optional file date.php.
  6. Optional files : Presence of image template file image.phpThis theme does not contain optional file image.php.
  7. Use of includes : Use of include or requireThe theme appears to use include or require : inc.php
    Ligne7: */ include( get_template_directory() . '/inc/plugin-install.php' );
    Ligne9: include( get_template_directory() . '/inc/define-template.php' );
    Ligne10: include( get_template_directory() . '/inc/custom-function.php' );
    Ligne12: include( get_template_directory() . '/inc/custom-customizer.php' );
    Ligne13: include( get_template_directory() . '/inc/customizer.php' );
    If these are being used to include separate sections of a template from independent files, then get_template_part() should be used instead. Otherwise, use include_once or require_once instead.
    The theme appears to use include or require : plugin-install.php
    Ligne9: require_once( get_template_directory() . '/class-tgm-plugin-activation.php'
    If these are being used to include separate sections of a template from independent files, then get_template_part() should be used instead. Otherwise, use include_once or require_once instead.
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