The easiest to use WordPress options framework.
Titan Framework allows theme and plugin developers to create a admin pages, options, meta boxes, and theme customizer options with just a few simple lines of code.
- Makes development unbelievably easy
- Built with optimization in mind
- Does NOT clutter the database
- Integrates with your project seamlessly
- Theme customizer live preview integration
- Supports child themes
- Automatic CSS generation with SCSS support
You can install the latest stable release from the wordpress.org plugin page straight from your WordPress plugin page;
Or you can download the master.zip file then install it as a WordPress plugin;
Alternatively, you can also install it via Composer into your wp-content/plugin folder:
curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php php composer.phar create-project gambitph/titan-framework titan-framework
- Faster SCSS parsing
- Faster loading time
- Unit parameter for number options now supported in the Theme Customizer
- Better font color option handling in Theme Customizer
- Now prevents SCSS errors from showing up
- Fixed name label issues with the enable option
- Better plugin checking method
- Plugin checker now integrates with TGM Plugin Activation
- Updated Ace
- Fixed bug introduced in 1.7.2 where admin options sometimes were not being saved
- EDD option can now check for updates all by itself (thank you julien731)
get_post_typesfunction now callable from
- Now passes theme-check (ignored
- Bug fixes for the Easy Digital Download License option
- Enhanced date option parameters
- New parameters for Theme Customizer for creating panels
Creating a WordPress Theme?
Getting Started With Titan Framework
Titan Framework aims to be easily used by everyone. The goal is to make it plug and play - just activate the plugin and start creating your options.
Read our guide on how to get started with Titan Framework
Donate to the Development
If Titan Framework has helped you in any way, we would appreciate any amount of donations that you give us. Donations would mean more development time for the framework as I am continuously developing it during my free time.
Help Spread the Word on Titan Framework
Titan is super new, so far the framework has been getting good feedback from the community. Help out and spread the word by starring this repo, sending tweets, writing blog posts about what you think about Titan, and review the plugin in the WordPress plugin repo.
Are You Using Titan Framework in Your Project?
Let us know so we can showcase it in the site! Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, send the name, a screenshot, a link and a short description of your project.
Contributing, Pull Requests Are Very Welcome
Have an idea for a cool option, or do you have a bug fix you want to implement? Please don't hessitate to place a PR (Pull Request).
PRs on these are welcome:
- Bug fixes
- Cool new options
- Cool new hooks
- WordPress standardization
- Code optimizations
- Anything under the sun as long as it's helpful :)
Code cleanup can be performed by Composer with:
php composer.phar archive --format=zip
We want Titan Framework to be used by everyone, and since not everyone speaks or reads english, we would appreciate it if you can help translate the framework to your language.
- French (thanks @PunKeel)
- German (thanks @jascha)
- Italian (thanks @DavideVogliotti & Giuseppe Pignataro)
- Portuguese (thanks @pagelab)
- Spanish (thanks @maperezotero)
- Turkish (thanks @gurkankara)