Quality Control Bug Tracking WordPress Theme
AppThemes describes this theme as a WordPress theme that "transforms your site into a full-blown issue tracking system." It is ideal for software development teams who want a way to receive issues from users and then work on them in an organized, collaborative manner. Multiple projects can be created in which tickets are submitted to. These tickets can be assigned status and prioritized. Some other features include Beanstalk and GitHub integration, file attachments and milestones.
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Users can submit tickets which can then be worked on by other users. Statuses, priorities and milestones can be assigned.
Multiple projects can be managed with one install of the Quality Control theme. Each can be opened up to the public of kept private.
Privileged users can collaborate on issues by attaching notes and exchanging messages.
Quality Control can help you rank better with its search engine friendliness.
You can post testimonials for your visitors to read.
You can build an online gallery of images using Quality Control.
Custom Page Templates
Various custom page templates are available for use with Quality Control.
Quality Control's menu system supports the use of hover-activated drop-down menus.
This theme encourages and enables your visitors to share your content with their friends on popular social networks.
Use Quality Control's options panel to change various settings for your site.
Tickets can be grouped together to help you reach certain goals by certain dates.
Files can be uploaded with tickets so that multiple users working on an issue can have easy access to the same information.
Layered Graphics File
The original Photoshop PSD or Fireworks PNG files are included with this theme.
Quality Control integrates with popular revision control systems such as SVN and Git.
Quality Control's layout adapts automatically to fit on mobile devices. Resize the demo window to see.
Enlarged images are shown in a lightbox. When a smaller image is clicked, the background goes dark in order to highlight the larger image that appears on top of all other content.