I think you should use images which make look the site as beautiful and cool as possible.
The better it looks, the more sales you’ll get.
Maybe they are arguing wether the price should be like.. a hundred dollars instead of just 40!! Wowwww maybe the theme is THAT good..
You never know
There are two totally different opinions – your and your fillerspace. You said that i should use as much core WP funciotns as i can, gillerspace said that i should use minimum WP funcionallity…
Ok, if the theme and its functions are good, I’ll enjoy the sales, but if the functionality is licensed GPL then anyone will be able to implement this functionality on his own without my permission. I am not an opponent of the OS, but I am just one person company and if I spend a lot of time and money to create a really good functionality to my theme, I would like to use it by myself.
Is there anything that can be done about it? Who is responsible for deciding and choosing which part of the code is licensed with which license?Many thanks for help!
95% of the buyers aren’t even capable of taking out functionality and put it in their own items.
Furthermore, it’s not like you have found the secret howly grail or something that should be protected by all means
And even when it is – you can’t stop it from being stolen.
Bottom line is you have no choice btw – if you want to put it in your theme, well.. than it’s in the theme and readable and copyable by every buyer with knowledge.
Only thing you can do about it is leave themeforest, start your own theme service site and sell sites with the themes hosted by yourself so that no one can get the code.
Sorry if i sound harsh, but i would be happy to hear that is not allowed any more, because i am really sick of all the themes with the same freaking slider. No creativity at all!+1
The hell with all those lame themes!
“INCLUDED 15 DOLLAR WORTH SLIDER!!”” Jaaaayyyyyyy! – F it.
for example kiresi framework whitch include author’s page builder – do you think that this page builder and all extended theme options use minimum WP funcionallty?
I don’t know what you mean by this exactly – but you should use as much core WP functions as you can. Use what’s already there
Furthermore you shouldn’t be afraid of your code. It’s said a lot of times before: If they want to steal you stuff they will. Plus there are lots of pagebuilders. So unless yours also brings me coffee and gives me a massage while editing a page, i wouldn’t be too afraid for it
If the theme and it functions are any good, just enjoy the sales you’ll get.
Applying CSS to an element with jQuery has no callback because it an instant action which is executed simultaneously when reading the line – and thus you can have you next action, aka ‘callback’, simply on the next line of the script.
Design quality also counts bigtime, for every category
Visualkicks is right, but no matter what everyone says over here – every author can disappear. Every author has the right to stop and remove their items.
Is your site thát important to you and you want to be very very very sure you can always fall back to the creators: Go find a good company to create it for you. You can forget the 40 bucks though but you’ll be sure to have service if the company is any good.
- Can you expect to get decent support from a good author: Yes, mostly up to a certain level of usage support.
- Can yo demand decent support and lifetime guarantee of an author: Never.
Don’t forget: you pay 40 to 60 bucks, it’s a stock market.
Like Visualkicks said – you can sometimes see if an author is any good. Check their comments to see if they’ll always reply etc. Do NOT always believe the one start ratings since their mainly from undecent people wanting a complete redesign for free ( people who think they own the author’s life for 40 bucks ).
Bottom line – if you look close you’ll see if you can trust an author. For a lifetime? Well that’s something no one can guarantee
If you take away the pretty photos on the homepage there’s nothing left. The theme has no unique design elements or nearly some design elements at all. I think that is one of the biggest problems.
With some good content it isn’t too bad, but you should have a look at that. Make it a more unique theme independed of it’s content.
Then the top menu has kind of a weird alignment – it’s not on the left, not in the middle and not in the right Give it a good alignment.
Then on the following page: http://ilaria.revothemes.com/curabitur-venenatis-tincidunt-pretium/ – the gallery shortcodes aren’t working. They show no images.
The twitter feed isn’t working since you’re using the old twitter API which is stopped by twitter.
It seems you have a vision of a really clean and clear theme. But do give it some details to stand out.
Because the price for html is not changed since fixed layout age. With responsive layout as standard feature these days (not to mention tons of js-s) it is much harder to make good html then it used to be. So in my opinion responsive html’s are really not valued enough compared to cms.
You can’t compare that since most themes are also responsive which requires the same and even more work than just responsive html