I’m not sure if that’s fine. Because also the design IS a part of the item you sell here. So giving that part away for free or sell it elsewhere wouldn’t be a good thing for Themeforest, thus i’m not sure if this is allowed while being an exclusive author.
@Jaynesh ... no i’m talking about a helper class.
@TommusRhodus thx, going to have a look.
I did already found this a while ago: http://www.wpexplorer.com/theme-customizer-boilerplate/ – but this is for the WordPress theme customizer.
Are there any good wrappers / helper classes for easy creating of native WordPress setting pages ? Without the whole complete styled options framework hassle
Hahah your so funny It says theme and guess what, it’s a theme. It’s about calling an item something it isn’t. But hey whatever right..
Did you even read the Name & Description requirements from this page? http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/354/78/a-step-by-step-guide-to-the-upload-process
I will quote, just in case you don’t want to go to that page, which apparently you never have before:
And thank you for saying I’m funny. You’re too.
- “This is the File Name” – Capitalize the first letter in each word. Small words like “of” and “an” may be lowercase.
Uh-oohhh, you got me! I forgot a couple of capitals, shame on me. Now people get a totaly wrong idea of what the item is…
Again, it’s not about completely have everything by those rules – it’s about naming items which give people a wrong idea about what it is.
@LGLab i had those drinks Last night
@jonathan01 even though that is the official description, i think it’s not a good one to use for a PSD item, could be me..
Anyway, i just find it annoying as i do look at an item name to see if it’s a WP theme or whatever and think it would be better if the used terms are more clear. But yes, LGLab is right if you need a wp theme then look at wp category etc.
And it’s still weekend so, have a good day all!
Take a deep breath and relax… Also, i just checked your portfolio and the Theme you are selling doesn’t follow ThemeForest’s naming convention either. You might want to fix that.
Hahah your so funny
It says theme and guess what, it’s a theme. It’s about calling an item something it isn’t. But hey whatever right..
And again i see at least 3 or 4 new items calling themselfs a theme, while is a freaking html template or even psd.
W T F ?
STUPID STUPID STUPID
I don’t know how many times i see something on front page – hover it: see a nice screen with title: “bla bla bla theme”.
Look nice, let’s have a look: Hey, this is no THEME – goodbye
It’s freaking annoying.
First: Authors get the naming right – please….
Second: Reviewers SHOULD check those titles
It’s best for both authors and themeforest because:
1 – you don’t get annoyed visitors because they think they’re going to view something else
2 – maybe some think putting ‘theme’ in the title or something get them more visitors? WRONG: you’ll only get misguided clicks and viewers who don’t want it because they are searching for something else.
With this wrong naming over and over you only get more wrong clicks from people who aren’t looking for a PSD template because they want a THEME etc. etc.
Plus – it’s just plain stupid naming an item something it isn’t! just… plain … stupid
I honestly cannot foresee myself using a mobile device and turning off the responsive state. But, for the 3 extra lines of code, I can’t see how it would hurt. Just make a setting in a config JS to enable/disable the button – thus, giving the buyer the best of both worlds.
I only figured such thing as an admin option – which you allready have. For the few lines of code it might be a good feature to have.
Maybe you should also have it optional through the admin, so admin can decide if they want the ‘view desktop site’ link somewhere. Small effort – nice option