Have a look at my portfolio.
The solutions are nice – but still: Users need to have big images to create that x2 version and that’s mostly not the case. So maybe it’s good to have some explenation about that in the docs with the theme or something.
I think the first step is to make sure the theme’s design is Retina ready. Than you could have a look at used thumbs etc. – but since those images come from the theme users it’s also their responsibility to have images that are big enough. And in my experience most theme users do not always use good professional big quality images.
One of the best things is to always have WP_DEBUG set to true in the wp-config.php file. This way you’ll even see errors that don’t affect functionality, but are still there.
Edit: I wonder, why envato doesn’t add target=”_blank” to external links, at least in forums?
Ah didn’t catch that thread. As far as i know blank target is only on the live preview buttons.
I use a lot of CMD click to open a link in a new tab in firefox – but for some reason it doesn’t work anymore – only on the themeforest website and only in firefox.
Anyone having the same or is it just me?
ChapterThemes saidOk, Now I can understand the standard of themeforest. Just sell any thing (even bugged). Let customers f** around the bugged theme.
ThemeBuddies saidYou can not say such a thing. Especially when support is just not required to give.
Also if they don’t respond, Don’t buy from them ever again
I only say what the rules are on support here on themeforest. I do not say not providing support is a good thing – i myself give support – so don’t react so black and white. soooo unnecessary and childish.
It’s an endless discussion and i’m already getting tired of it…
But i’ll just say it one more time:
- Themeforest = a stock market - Authors are NOT required to give support ( allthough i and many, many others think it’s needed and provide it to a certain level )
- If there are unworkable bugs and the author’s don’t react: It’s on Envato’s plate
Also, if they don’t want to respond: they don’t have to.