Haha – nice one. Which version of ie was this hack for? It would be funny if it was for ie10.
Still researching this, but it seems like usability is a little clunky for the Theme customer. If you create a custom twitter “widget”, the Theme customer still needs to create a new “application” on the twitter website:https://dev.twitter.com/apps
Then copy and paste FIVE different pieces of information in the widget:
1. Twitter Application Consumer Key
2. Twitter Application Consumer Secret
3. Account Access Token
4. Account Access Token Secret
5. Twitter Feed Screen Name
I’m thinking it just might be easier to get rid of the any custom twitter widgets and just paste a twitter timeline in a text widget:https://dev.twitter.com/docs/embedded-timelines
Unless I’m missing something?
I think at this point we need to separate it all out. There should be several options (buttons on the Downloads screen)
1. Download theme (make it a shiny color)
2. Download documentation (or just make it available online)
3. Download full package (includes Theme + Docs + Sample Data + anything else)This solves two issues: the old “style.css is missing I want a refund!!!” issue and the “where the hell is the documentation?!?” issue.
Yes, this is a great idea!
Why doesn’t Themeforest just name the zip file something like:
Seems like an easy solution?
Getting temporary admin access is actually pretty standard in Support. It’s really hard to troubleshoot a problem without seeing exactly what’s going on. Of course, you don’t have to give them admin access, but that’s typically the quickest way to get an answer. Good luck with the issue.
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As far as I know, you can include it bundled with the theme, as long as the GPL stays GPL. Here’s a topic (if old) that addresses it:http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/you-can-include-wordpress-plugins-with-your-theme/27023?page=1
I love how the item even has the same name. This is hilariously sad.
I think he’s just looking for an html template for sale somewhere, not necessarily custom work. Is that correct?
Greetings and welcome to TF! I would say that design is one of the most important parts of selling themes here. I would start with a design and get some solid feedback on it before you start coding. Themes can get rejected based on poor design, no matter how good the coding and back-end are. This forum is a great resource to get feedback on whether the Theme will get accepted. Good luck!