This sounds fantastic, thanks
Good stuff, Philip will be online soon to help you out.
The problem right now is that it’s 2:30am in Australia (on a FRIDAY ) so I don’t think the dev’s are going to get to this issue until they’re up in the morning.
Exactly what I was thinking. It’s Saturday morning there and I know I’m sleeping, or still up sometimes , at 3am on Saturday.Take a breather, relax… They will fix it as soon as they can. The traffic slows a lot on Friday/Saturday anyway so it should only affect a minimal audience.
No offence but that’s easy to say when you don’t have an item on the first page.
ParkerAndKent saidThe bad news is, you can’t be your own referral, they set their own referrer link, this is their “price” for featuring themes However even taking into consideration this, it’s still an awesome source of addiotional traffic.
^ Wow, thanks! Now I feel I have to submit a couple of my themes!
Sounds like a win win deal
I was just wondering if any of you guys do this to increase exposure. I’ve often used them to bump a little traffic for IRL clients but never for my themes here. Are the galleries resistant to such blatant self promotion?
Going to have to agree with everyone else and say that you’re current logo is really nice. I’d work on refining that, rather than rebranding.
If you really want to rebrand though, I’ve always loved this font and thought it could work well for a logo:http://fontfabric.com/cube-02-font/
Your letters work quite well with it:
Both are great logos. Good on you.
Still I prefer the one in your avatar – it’s just so simple and aesthetically pleasing. I would keep it.
If you are iffy about the font or colours, just change them. Rebranding complete
I had the same problem once and I wrote about it here in the forums: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/custom-post-types-pagination-and-404-not-found-pages/32264 Could it be that you have the same problem?
no, it is different problem…
i did check Ollie’s theme, so, we talked about custom taxonomy archive pages, not a page template… it is totally different…
the code above is useful when we run custom query in a page template, like what you do to display custom post types… not taxonomy archives page
so, three lesson from here…I am only a wordpress newbie, so CMIIW …
1) don’t use ‘exclude_from_search’ => true when registering your public post type, if you need to display it in archive page.
2) don’t register custom taxonomy with priority lower than priority for registering associated post type. ollie register taxonomy using priority 0, and register post type using priority 10 (default).
3) no need to run custom query on taxonomy/category/post_tag archive page, that will break your pagination.
Wow! What can I say – my faith in humanity is restored! To think of the all hours and hours I spent banging my head against the wall over that.
All I can say is this man is a scholar and a gentleman and I am incredibly grateful.