You can try doing a search on google with the following string:
site:themeforest.net keyword goes here
You can also tell us your requirements and maybe some of the good folks here will be able to help.
I don’t like Matt
I believe you can use shortcode to translate text strings in the block, something like:
[wpml_translate lang="en_EN"]Hi, my name is Syamil[/wpml_translate] [wpml_translate lang="fr_FR"]Bonjour, I don't speak French[/wpml_translate]
Coupons are known to be great promotional tools. Authors can be given a limited number of Tokens to give away by Themeforest and they can freely use this as a promotional tool on their own sites.
Thought I’d just put this here.
I subscribed to Freelance Switch’s $7/monthly plan in the hope of finding some quality freelance jobs over there.
I quickly realized that it was a really bad decision. The site apparently has very low frequency of job postings, and most of them are coming from the people looking for $10/hr developer.
To make it worse, out of the bunch of emails I sent to potential clients, none of them actually replied anything, at all.
Basic functionalities like search, location/price/category/etc filtering are also lacking very badly, almost nonexistent!
There are a lot of other job postings site around, most that I’ve known being free.
For a site that charges money, I was expecting a better quality from FS but at its current state, honestly, it’s just a lot worse than their free competitors. Spending $7/month on that site could be the worst investment for a freelancer looking for jobs.
We can create a new CMS
Just updated the plugin to v1.1.1
- FIX – Fix issues with some blocks not importing using WP-Importer
- ADD – Nav bar is sortable & keeps the order
If your themes support the plugin, you can now add it to our list of “Supported Themes” so that users can easily find it. To add your theme to the list, see – https://github.com/sy4mil/Aqua-Page-Builder/issues/59
The list is currently maintained at – http://aquagraphite.com/api/documentation/aqua-page-builder#supported-themes
Option Tree uses textarea to import/export options, the same way that SMOF does. There is some usability issues with this, as well as an unorthodox way to use textarea as it’s not traditionally meant for data in general. I’m not saying it’s the wrong way to do it though.
If you don’t care about copy-paste then just export the data into a file with xml/json encoding. It’s much cleaner and presents much less headache in the future.