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ChapterThemes says

@QKBL thanks for the clear explanation – i didn’t know it was like that.

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ChapterThemes says

Yes, you have the right to do so. Same goes for “Joomla theme version, Drupal theme version etc.”

No, i think he means selling it outside the Envate marketplace.

Since it’s exactly the same design – i don’t think it is allowed.

But to be sure you’d better place a support ticket for that.

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ChapterThemes says


Hello,

You don’t need to are about any license file. This will be added after upload / approval on TF.

Success
The guy asked for something else ;)

How do you know if it’s a guy? ;)

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ChapterThemes says

You can’t – only when they email you.

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ChapterThemes says

i’d rather browse on TF or Codecanyon’s own site – i feel Markettopia is giving way too much info – too busy to look at.

But good idea for getting some big referal income – nice job

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ChapterThemes says

Come Get It Bae in my pants – Pharrell Williams

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ChapterThemes says

Hi,

The cart page uses a normal page created under ‘Pages’ with a shortcode inside to display the cart.

So, you shoudl simply create a page template without the sidebar, and select that template for the cart page.

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ChapterThemes says


You could, In case of the beginning a new post, when you can’t figure out yet what kind of post format it will be, add all metaboxes, and show/hide them with some javascript depending on what post format is selected.

However, when changing a post format on an existing post if you’ve only loaded the needed metabox – then you have to re-save the post first to get the new metabox for that certain post format.

I see a lot of plugins/theme options which show a message that you have to publish or save as concept, before you get to see extra options inside an added metabox – so it’s not idyllic, but no real big issue i guess…
Another alternative is just hide it with JS when a post format is selected, then it won’t technically go away if they already have content and they can still toggle it via the view if they need it.

That’s what i said :)

Second part is about when you don’t add all the metaboxes if a post format is known.

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ChapterThemes says

You could, In case of the beginning a new post, when you can’t figure out yet what kind of post format it will be, add all metaboxes, and show/hide them with some javascript depending on what post format is selected.

However, when changing a post format on an existing post if you’ve only loaded the needed metabox – then you have to re-save the post first to get the new metabox for that certain post format.

I see a lot of plugins/theme options which show a message that you have to publish or save as concept, before you get to see extra options inside an added metabox – so it’s not idyllic, but no real big issue i guess…

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ChapterThemes says

I always say 65 to 70% a full of BS and promise things that simply can’t be done or have no long term effect.

Best way is getting things running over a certain period, like 12 months or something and try to achieve certain goals.

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