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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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ChapterThemes says

Looks nice!

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ChapterThemes says

What does this mean in the regular license description:

You can make any number of copies of the single End Product, as long as the End Product is distributed for Free.

Does this mean one can buy an item once with regular license and use it for multiple sites?

To my it looks like it’s saying just that….

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ChapterThemes says

Comment: “wow! 2k6 sales in 7 days. Gratz”

Reply: “Appreciate it!”

Hahaha :D

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ChapterThemes says

My suggestion: Stop bothering yourself about others and their items or whatever.

Go create your own awesome stuff and only bother about that!

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