So I think that ThemeForest should introduce for theme authors obligatory updates for their themes at least for 3 years, otherwise buyers are cheated and fooled.
This could happen – make themes at least 1500 dollar – and you STILL have a VERY – VERY – VERY good deal.
Please, for the love of normal clear thinking people: close this thread.
ps: Don’t get me wrong – i, like most decent authors – give normal support
I one time got the request to put instruction videos through a site like youtube instead of including them with the package.
But then again have those videos embedded in the documentation.
WPBOX saidEvery Humans have a spirit of God. So when thank god means thank yourself
Don’t thank god, thank yourself by accomplishing this – you did it nice job.
Without God’s help i wouldn’t be able to breathe
well that’s your oppinion guys
Anyways, again: very nice job – nice items
Don’t thank god, thank yourself by accomplishing this – you did it
Very nice! thanks
ps: Just found out i can’t use the Google tool on my snow leopard machine. It requires at least version 10.7 ( lion ), bommer….
There’s also Adobe Edge for creating CSS animations, but this google tool looks amazing. It was/is a matter of time before these tools show(ed) up.
For some reason CSS animation ‘feels’ better when doing it coding style at the moment – but again it could be a matter of time before tools like this become standard like flash was one day
I gotta ask this:
Are themes without the ( in the meanwhile for me ever never ending boring same old same old oh there’s a slider with multiple animations – but almost never 100% GOOD responsive ) revolution slider and co. even appreciated?
I mean, almost every new item uses it. I know.. i know: gotta keep up with the rest and if it sells, it sells. But i see it so much, those slider effects just irritate me more and more ( while it really is a good slider )..
Is it safe to say that a good selling theme needs to have one of those sliders? The guys from the plugins should be millionairs by now.. ( good for them though ) Or can a normal slider still get the job done if the surrounding theme is excellent?
However I’m more concerned about the next phase of the process (starting November), moving CPTs to plugins, if you have a more creative theme (full screen) a portfolio plugin would work best with that theme, in order to make it compatible with any theme would require a lot more work.Cheers!
Well, as far as i know that plugin doesnt need to be a fully working plugin inside other themes. I know it beats the purpose of a plugin. But the main reason is to just get functionality coding out of the theme, thus in a plugin – weither it works in other teams or not.
SakuraPixel saidSo that rejection reason is bull because lack of knowledge ‘bout google ( no offence to the reviewers )
Talking about rejection reasons “The tracking code should be in the footer…” , now on google you can find this info: ”... each template page immediately after the opening body tag..” . So what is gonna be?
According to devs @ google.com the Traditional Syntax “tracking code snippet should be included in your site’s pages so that it appears at the bottom of the page’s HTML (or generated-HTML) structure, before the closing
HTML5Boilerplate recommends to put it before
So saying that our recommendation is because we lack knowledge about GA is not accurate.
@Sakura You added a textarea in your options so the user could insert their own GA code and although GA’s latest Asynchronous Syntax can be placed anywhere in the page what if they decide to use the Traditional Syntax?Also please note that this was not your main rejection reason, you were using
get_template_part()to call scripts and styles.
Your right indeed – but still some say header is best.
Funny thing is i always put in before closing body tag as well.. guess i was a bit off