Is there a good resource that teaches how to get found on Themeforest?
Yes, if your theme is killer designed or super featured, others will do that for you for a good reason: a small fee for referral.
And for the same reason, we need a better and far more attractive referral system.
It would be nice to see a fellow staff response to see at least our words are “heared”.
Great info here, thanks to all.
And also please don’t forget to take care of your body, soul and mind. Living longer is as important as savings for retirement.
Have a look at this…
True or Not, that’s not the point. The point is, your body/soul/mind is all you have.
Take care of it.
I always support “weak” teams when it comes to competition
That’s my motto.
You have bought a theme from here?
You should follow some online tutorials to get the basic concepts with WordPress.
I would suggest you to play along with some basic “themes” on WordPress.com. WordPress.com doesn’T need a hosting space of your own, you can try FREE themes there to grasp the very basics of WordPress. Publish posts etc. etc.
Only then you should move on to WordPress.org to upload your own theme (RT-Theme19) to your OWN HOSTING SPACE. You’ll need to have your own hosting space to use RT-Theme19.
Once you’ve got the basic concepts, you may get in contact with the author of theme you’ve bought by following the link below.
With all my respect fellow author friends ; that’s all about greed for more and more money.
Batman VS Superman?
NonSense, and only possible with Ego and Greed.
What about “StarWars Episode 2645” ?
All the same. It’s not about real imagination anymore, it’s all about money, money, money.
+ There is a tag called as “mordern” at EmailTemplates Category (and also maybe at other categories) – please remove misspelled tags from the TAGS TAB for categories.
Will there be any effort to do away with redundant attributes like ‘WordPress’, ‘Blog’ , ‘Bootstrap’,etc? when there are categories, filters and facets for these same items? I imagine some authors feel that they need to be represented under these type of tag, when they would benefit more from selecting other, more descriptive/less redundant tags. This would also be less confusing for potential buyers.I was wondering the same thing. In WordPress/eCommerce category 4 top tags are ecommerce, shop, store and woocommerce (there are also e-commerce, shopping…) which are useless. Nobody is going to filter e-commerce category themes by those tags.
There is an important problem..:
Let’s assume that we are a purchaser and we are checking the WordPress > Blog / Magazine Category…
When a user clicks on the TAGS tab from left, it still sees tags like “Blog” , “Magazine”, “WordPress”.
User is already looking for a WordPress theme, and they already moved into the “Blog/Magazine” category. It’s obvious that they are looking for a WordPress theme, and one for a Blog or a Magazine.
So why we are being forced to add tags like “blog”, “Magazine” and “WordPress” and waste our precious tags (we have a limit of 15 to use) in a category that already by its nature serving those items?
Authors are already limited to use only 15 tags, and now we should waste at least 3-4 of them for the obvious?
The same is also valid for the other categories ; for example, if we are on “EmailTemplates” category, there are still tags like “email”, “email template”, “template”, “newsletter” so on and so on.