I'm developing my own theme,
anotherDuenaTheme, based on the Duena theme.
How can I change version numbers of
anotherDuenaTheme and use the information for auto-updates after an hypothetical update of
anotherDuenaTheme? I want to use the theme in 10 websites and add new capabilities in each version.
Now I'm using WP Updates' system, which is enough for me (I know here are own-based ways to do it). With that easy system, after uploading a new version of
anotherDuenaTheme, my WordPress installation advises me that there is a new version available.
The problem is that the copy of my theme has the same version of
OriginalDuenaTheme, so after an update from 2.0.0 to 2.0.3 via the control panel, the
anotherDuenaTheme's advice for updating is still there... with no changes.
I've discovered that all the information from
OriginalDuenaTheme is taken from WordPress core using
themes_api() in file:
/** This filter is documented in wp-admin/includes/class-wp-theme-install-list-table.php */ $args = apply_filters( 'install_themes_table_api_args_' . $old_filter, $args ); $api = themes_api( 'query_themes', $args );
How can I disconnect my theme from using the Official Theme's directory?
I want to "succesfully" install another theme, different from the original, and have no wrong update notifications.