The Fuse CMS WordPress Framework – How we started
After developing WordPress sites for years, we knew there had to be a better way to do things then to go back and write the same code to do the same things over and over again for every project. With that in mind, we created our own WordPress framework to ensure that we could always do what we needed to without all of the messing around that we ran into before. Now there’s a lot of existing WordPress frameworks out there, but the ones that we found people using were either written as a theme, or were way to huge.
Frameworks written as a theme work well – for themes. The problems that we have is that they don’t do anything for plugin development, and you must use a child theme to do anything with them. The idea of a child theme is good, but when you start off needing a child theme, you can’t make modifications easily. To do this you need a child child theme, something that WordPress doesn’t support at this time.
The Fuse CMS Framework for WordPress was written from the ground up as a plugin so that it can give the power and flexibility that it needs to, and allows theme developers to add their own themes on top of it. This also allows end users to create child themes so that they can make the modifications that they want to.
After a few months of planning, development started, and we released Version 1. We are always striving to ensure that we offer the best product out there, so we will be updating the Fuse CMS Framework when needed.
Where to next?
So if you need to get into quick WordPress theme or plugin development, try the Fuse CMS Framework for WordPress, and speed up your development time today.
Help and support
Support is offered through our community forums. Please keep in mind that this is an open-source project that is completely free of charge. While we do everything we can to keep up with support inquiries, we can’t guarantee that we will always be there to answer your questions. Please be patient and, if you can, help out others as well.