Guys didn’t you noticed that there haven’t been an update for Sublime 3 over 2 and a half months! What does that tell you?
Brilliant, as a buyer, I agree wholeheartedly with this idea.
A couple things to consider: I’ve gotten lucky a few times, purchasing themes early on which later incorporated styling for WooCommerce, Gravity Forms, BuddyPress etc. So I end up with the same theme as some other buyer but I paid $10-$15 less (being a customer on envato suddenly feels like buying an airline ticket). On the flip side, I’ve seen a few themes in my “to-buy” collection jump up in price because the developer added features I wasn’t looking for in the first place.
I felt like a voyeur reading this thread anyways, so I’m glad I found a reason to write something…
Really $10-$15 makes you a difference between life and death, how much do you spend on Coffee or Tea daily? Come on this is ridicules
And still no words from the Guys between the Admin Screen
Envato Really!!! Lets prepare i can see the most popular page already 1-3 places is Avada, Avada Lite and E commerce version, 4-6 is X and etc …
The fluid is coming and prepare for Theme Forest to become TemplateMonster.
The app is not showing the products, and today screen is also not loading. Have the latest app. IOS7 IPhone 4S
Webthemer saidI’ll follow up with the review team on this but overall I think that it interferes with third party code. I’ll post back in a bit.
Could please someone elaborate this to me:Themes are not permitted to add options that define the number of posts to show on archive or category pages via a global setting.I am using the Gantry Framework and this is the integrated part of the framework to set the number of posts in Blog view, Category View, Archive View and you can do an override by category based for example some categories can have 10 post per page and some 20. Why is this setting so important that the theme will not pass the review?