Maybe the script requires the jQuery library.
You may require a different version to 1.2.6 though.
Hopefully I got in this time. Message sent.
Some plugins can be nicely integrated into your functions.php, however it would be polite to ask the plugin author if this is okay. In my experience they’re usually happy to let you do this. Other plugin authors already offer info on how to integrate their plugin into a commercial theme i.e. NavXT Breadcrumbs.
In most cases though simply asking a buyer to go to their admin panel and activate a theme isn’t that big a deal. Just try to make it so it works out of the box for them i.e. you’ve already added all the styling options in your style sheet.
Short answer chack no. I’m not going to lie this needs quite a bit of work.
1) If you resize the browser window the two columns move independent of the title above it. They should all remain central. To achieve this place all three items into one overall div container.
2) The padding needs to be adjusted. For example inside the main content box you have large padding at the top but small padding on the left – they should be equal.
3) Your choice of colours do not work. The grey text is too faint on the grey background.
4) Your comment form needs styling.
5) The overall theme is just too basic. All you have is two transparent boxes over a wooden background. That’s it. You could add an image slider, integrate WordPress plugins, add a navigation bar to name just a few suggestions.
Woohoo, my new theme got featured, and better yet along side srhnbr’s excellent new Clothes Shop theme.
I don’t think that is entirely correct Yaeko. You are allowed to sell Wordpress plugins but under the GPL license there is no point since the buyer could then redistribute the plugin for free legally.
If you want to include a plugin in your theme, as long as you get permission from the creator of the plugin then there shouldn’t be a problem. However as you say in most cases it will just be fine to make your theme compatible with a plugin which the buyer can download if they wish.
itsmattadams has really said all that needs to be said, but I’ll just extrapolate a little. Wordpress. COM allows you to create a blog on that website so you’ll have a URL like domain.wordpress.com. However if you have your own domain name and web space you can download the Wordpress package from Wordpress. ORG and upload it to your own server. This means you’ll link to your Wordpress powered blog/site via domain.com.
Both your previous template and this new one are really on the same level. They both look fairly nice and are neatly laid out – but as others have said they’re just a little dull.
You need to make the template stand out from all the other templates being sold on TF. To do this try incorporating something that we haven’t seen before. This doesn’t need to be something major. For example have a running theme through the template that is unique to you, such as a flashy logo, the style of which could also be adopted by the sub headings.
I have two questions really:
1) Do you think there is a big call for WordPress MU-specific themes? By that I mean layouts specifically tailored to a multiple blog environment with built in MU-specific functions such as global posts, a latest blog list, custom sign up pages etc, which an ordinary WordPress Community theme can’t offer.
2) Would the review staff be able to test them out, since I assume they only test templates in a non-MU environment.