My greatest fear was another major change in for wp.media. It seems it doesn’t have any functional change (at least for how I use it)
I checked metaboxes, admin functions, shortcodes, and nothing is broken in my new project. Have you found any major feature changed, so we can all test?This can’t even be a sub version, why a major version? I don’t understand.
Major versions add new features, where as sub versions are for bug fixes:http://make.wordpress.org/core/handbook/how-the-release-cycle-works/version-numbering/
Is it possible to add 4.0 to the compatibility list when WordPress is updated? Sometimes it takes up to a week to change the compatibility options for theme pages on Themeforest. I actually get most of the questions on the topic right away, so it would be great to have that option sooner and cut down on those types of questions!
As mentioned previously, a refund can still provide valuable feedback on a item’s functionality and presentation. In those cases we will still allow a user to rate.
Sure, that’s true – but an author wouldn’t want to give support for an item that’s been refunded. I don’t think authors like giving away their time and money for free…
Ivor! He approves updates faster than I can type my changelog!
Good to know. Hopefully envato will fix this soon. Thanks for the tip on pastebin. Not quite as fast to do but it will work!
I’ve been having issues with trying to properly format comments in the item comment section of my items. Whenever you add a link, it removes any additional line breaks below. And more recently, I can’t seem to properly add code blocks to my comments. I’ve tried both ‘code’ and ‘pre’ tags, but it doesn’t seem to recognize the closing tags anymore. Any code you add will be code until the end of the comment. It’s really hard to help customers when I can’t provide any code examples.
Is anyone else experiencing this issue or is it just on my end?
I recently submitted a theme for review and it got soft rejected. The reason being is that it was throwing php errors on the front due to the fact that the theme’s required plugins weren’t enabled. Does the theme need to work without the required plugins? Or is this just an oversight by a reviewer? Anyone else have any experience with this?
Any insight anyone can lend will help.
There’s no reason not to use some type of source control. Bitbucket + Sourcetree makes it easy. Also free!
Flexslider arrows are NOT fixed in windows 8. Huge accessibility error which they STILL haven’t fixed. I am a huge fan of bx-slider. It has much more functionality and very easy to implement. I use it in almost all of my themes.