I created an After Effects template for videohive.net. In the preview video of my item, I used an audio track from an audiojungle.net author (obviously, the audio file is not included in the downloadable file). Up to this point, everything is fine accordingly with Envato’s rules.
Today I came across with an email of a copyright dispute from Youtube. They said that the audio that my preview video is using, is copyrighted. After a little bit of research, I found that the original audio track belongs to an external company. So, I decided to double check the item at audiojungle.net and it was removed. What I understand is that the company filled a copyright takedown request to Envato and they removed the item from their marketplaces. Now, that the copyright dispute is against me, what I’m supposed to do?
The only thing more annoying that a copyright dispute, is a copyright dispute that is not your fault… Any recommendation from you guys?
I’m wondering what path should a theme developer take these days?
I’m close to release my first theme, but lately I came across with many discussions about what an Themeforest author is supposed to do and what not. ...I though that shortcodes are an integral part of a premium WordPress theme, but it seems that they aren’t.
Do you think that a theme developer should only be concerned about creating a good looking design with a responsive layout, and nothing else? ...It’s better to let the users find the things they need elsewhere or make our own custom versions of those plugins and shortcodes? [For example, if the users need sliders or page builders, they can go to Codecanyon and buy high quality plugins. That way, you avoid all the bloat inside your theme and the user gets exactly what he needs and avoids all the extra junk]
I appreciate any suggestions about these topics. It’s really useful, at least to me, to really understand the clients’ perspective
Hola. Las conversaciones en estos foros deben de ser en inglés. Eso con el fin de que más personas puedan entender lo que estás preguntando y puedas recibir más respuestas por parte de la comunidad. En cuanto a tu problema, el error hace referencia a que dentro de un archivo de configuración en tu servidor, esta establecido el límite de carga de archivos en 2MB, que es el valor por defecto. Debes de aumentar este valor si quieres subir algún archivo que pese más de 2MB. Esto no es un problema específico de la plantilla, ni mucho menos de WordPress. Es tu servidor. Lo mejor que puedes hacer es contactar al servicio de soporte técnico de tu proveedor de hosting y mencionarles que quieres aumentar el límite de carga de 2MB a unos 32 o 64MB. Ellos te darán las instrucciones para modificarlo o aún más probable, lo hacen ellos mismos.
Espero que eso te sirva de ayuda. Un saludo.
Dear Santa Claus,
I’ve been a good man this year…..
Well, maybe not so good a couple of times, but at least I’ve been good while I was sober!
I know that is too early to send you this letter but Apple just released this beauty and I really want one so, check it out: www.apple.com/macbook-pro
Thanks in advance. You rock!
You should check out the online training at http://teamtreehouse.com
They explain everything you should know about web design and development pretty well.
I’m talking from my experience. They totally worth the money. I started their courses a couple of months ago and this month I will release my first WordPress theme!
Unfortunately, I will move away my websites from Media Temple. Their service was the best one and their support team is just awesome. In my opinion, Godaddy is a complete nightmare! Their website is impossible to navigate without getting lost. Also, I hate all that spammy emails with offers that technically, aren’t offers, because all the year you get the same 20% discount. What a bad service! At the moment, I think I will move them to rackspace.com