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  1. From my short venture into it I’d say its overly complicated and a little messy.


  2. @Andreas Nurbo – Lots of people seem to be taking that approach and having the same opinion about it. I’m going to have to download it and take a look for myself to see what all the fuss is about.


  3. @Jeffro I hope you have taken the time to investigate Carrington, it really is quite amazing as well as simple once you understand the concept. I think a lot of people are overwhelmed by the number of files in comparison to a standard set of wordpress templates.

    WordPress templates require a massive amount of code duplication and Carrington does away with that by splitting out each item into an individual files so that a modification can take place only once but appear everywhere.

    Even the default 2010 theme is starting to take this approach by splitting out ‘the loop’ into a separate file. Carrington just takes this process as far as is possible.

    As you can tell I like it and I’m currently redesigning my site with Carrington JAM (Just Add Markup) so I can really get some in depth experience with the framework.

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