been seeing files now under “add ons” that are just bulky smart object psd files
wow…someone uploaded an entire coloring book! lol… its kinda ridiculous when you consider some people being rejected for trying to upload files that look to much like one they already have…(so I’ve read). The reviewer should have made him atleast bundle those. Whats next? 100 PS styles sold individually? but uploaded at the same time?
I’d like to ban chics shaving the hair off the sides of their head, what a ridiculous mission those 2 are on
I have been following 3 categorys for 4 days now and nothing fresh, add ons is 1 of them. I’ve resorted to looking on ebay for graphics..and there is some! lol
I was wondering that myself, seems unfair…. but then again so is shoving woo commerce down everyones throat, I personally have no use for that, yet I have to pay extra everytime its implemented into a theme. I think it should be an option, extra 10 bux if you want it..regular price if not…unless the author built it in right from the get go…then I guess its take it or leave it.
Last week I book marked a theme as my next purchase at 45….few days ago he updated with wooC and now its 55…like it or not. So a theme with none of these upgrades at 50 must be a slap in the face to authors who work harder to implement all the bells and whistles.
Makes one wonder, how do you control your “clients” from doing such with a site you built for them using a theme from here? Do you have to babysit every client for the rest of your life? crazzzy
Thanks for starting this thread familychoice, twas VERY enlightening…now how do we let the other 1 million newb users know? LOL… YT here we come!!!
WOW! so you are saying that anyone who builds a website with a theme from here, then charges people to join that site needs an extended lic?
Someone needs to make this clear, not all customers that come here (including myself) are in the biz of doing sites for clients.. I’m just another shmuck that thought he could get rich quick with niche websites…fortunatly I’m over that now :D… but impulse buys led to a folder full of themes from here which I have no use for. Seems to me, peeps are better off sticking with standard wordpress theme and learning a bit of css, rather than be put a legal mess over design and who really owns it, potentially ruining your site.
Hopefully I didnt offend anyone with my jibber, as I do have respect for authors here, but these terms need to be more publicly visible and better explained.