Thematic is 100% GPL .
Basically, any code that is tied to the WordPress core (uses core functionality) is GPL by association. This is generally accepted to mean all PHP code. As far as the admin panel goes, if the file ends in .php, it’s considered GPL .
ThemeForest won’t accept work that is taken from other ThemeForest themes (no one can take your theme and reskin it and sell it on TF), but like digitalimpact said, it’s not always possible to catch this type of thing.
Perhaps if you run the query that way you need to use term slugs rather than term names? That might explain why the term with the space isn’t returning.
You may also want to read up here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/WP_Query#Taxonomy_Parameters
Just some friendly advice, I really think it would help you greatly to work through the solution yourself, rather than asking someone to do it for you. Otherwise, you will find it very difficult to support code that you don’t understand when you get questions from customers. I know it can be frustrating at times, but reading through and understanding all the code you’re using will pay dividends in the future
Good luck with your project!
ParkerAndKent is correct – an extended license is required.
The key difference is the number of instances of the product that will be used. While a forum only requires a single instance (like ParkerAndKent said, it’s not dedicated to each customer; it’s for everyone), the hosting administration will really be a separate dedicated instance for each customer.
This is the applicable part of the Extended License (which the Regular License does not cover):
(g) You may display the Work, and make the Work available for use by an unlimited number of your clients, in conjunction with a web site service that you host on behalf of your clients. When using the Work through a web site service, you may make unlimited copies of the Work but you must procure that your clients do not reproduce or use the Work in another application.
Hope that helps
Like Kate said, you won’t be getting paid retroactively. That’s not how things work.
Keep in mind you have a partnership here with ThemeForest. The arrangement is that you each get a percentage of the sale price of each item you sell. Let’s assume you’re at 50% commission. So when the price was $12, you got $6 and Envato got $6. Now that the price is $15 you each get $7.50. It doesn’t make sense that you’d retroactively split the $12 sale $7.50/4.50, does it?
I doubt there is any Flash – I don’t think I’ve ever seen any Flash in a WordPress theme here (apart from video content). It’s all jQuery
Generally you won’t need to modify much code in a WordPress theme unless you’re looking to highly customize the style. And if you wanted to do some customizations, you’d need to be comfortable with CSS and possibly some PHP .
If you want to use the default style provided by the theme, you wouldn’t need to worry about that stuff much though. Adding content to WordPress is easy and doesn’t require any coding ability.
Welcome to ThemeForest!
First off, it’s “CMS” – Content Management System. WordPress is a CMS .
That site just links to ThemeForest (and other marketplaces) to earn affiliate commissions.
At ThemeForest, support is given by the authors, so it wouldn’t be quite the same as what you’re used to. The themes here are well documented, but as support is not required from authors (though almost all give it at a certain level) you should be fairly confident with your basic WordPress skills (or willing to learn).
Hope that helps – it’s a great theme!
sevenspark saidHehe, yes It is huge progress in the Internet Explorer. But the version of IE have many bugs, too
F12 for easy access It’s no Firebug, but it’s a huge improvement over what it used to be!
Definitely, IE is horrible and I hate it with a passion. But at least the new debugger makes it a little easier to deal with