Looks great Ante! Small tip for improvement: there should be some arrow near item name as it is not clear that it is collapsible.
Looks and works great, nice job man One suggestion from my side: the theme switching isn’t very obvious by default (where you have the theme name and type – i.e. WP). Maybe a little arrow or something similar to what the marketplaces have next to the logo, would help make it more obvious by default?
Thanks guys, good tip, I’ll try to incorporate something.
Hi guys, today I created an item switcher which I am releasing as an open source.
I named it Switcheroo and hosted it on GitHub
It is MIT licenced so do what you want with it, for FAQ check GitHub page, I believe everything is explained there.Quick facts:
- Breaks out of other (ThemeForest/CodeCanyon) iframes
- Has a dark skin, check GitHub
- Both image and textual logo supported, check GitHub
- Free to use and abuse
- No attribution required, just don’t touch the link in the js (links to GitHub page)
If you notice any issue/bug or have feature request, post here or on GitHub and I’ll give it a look.
Feel free to use and abuse, enjoy.
P.S. Thanks goes to pixelentity/bitfade authors for letting me use their items in the preview.
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Code125 saidThat is why you should move shortcodes to plugins and have plugins include necessary js/css, so even when someone switches to another theme, it at least looks half-decent.
OriginalEXE saidThis is pretty weird … the theme is around shortcodes to give the user ability to create different layouts so without shortcodes the page will be full of text.
1.) You should not do that. Theme should still work normally if no plugin is active, it will only have no added features. Also, instead of exit(), use wp_die() .
Regarding having separate plugin shipped with the theme that needs to be installed if theme get’s deactivated, I don’t know if that’s allowed, you should probably ask Envato.
I don’t really like post text right now. Everything else is great in my opinion, good job.
No that’s not what the reviewer is saying.
What he is saying is that you have already excluded certain stuff from your dl package that you are showing in demo, and you should point that out in your description so that buyers know it prior to purchasing.