I’d maybe think about including some 2-3 word phrases, as most people usually search 2-3 words as opposed to just one word. Some examples could be “Category Slider”, “WordPress Posts”, “Slider for WordPress”, etc.
Thanks that’s great to know
When two versions of the same product exist (HTML/WordPress, jQuery/WordPress), it’s very common for buyers to purchase the wrong version and ask authors for a refund. I always just tell them they can “try and write support”, but I have no idea if they’re requests are ever granted. So my question is, am I wasting everyone’s time by suggesting that? Or does support sometimes issue an account credit for mistake purchases?
Somewhat related to the thread below which proposes a very good idea for minimizing mistake purchases.http://codecanyon.net/forums/thread/devs-we-need-addon-alerts/113741
I don’t sell extensions but if I did I agree an auto-generated notice would be nice. And to extend that idea, it would be awesome if the authors could create their own notices, as sometimes it’s just really important for the customer to understand what they’re purchasing. Things like “this is not a WordPress plugin”, or “This item uses CSS3 3D technology and is not supported on IE8 or IE9”, etc. Most buyers understand what they’re buying, but from the amount of refund requests we get based on buyer mistakes, these type of notices would definitely improve overall customer satisfaction.
^ yes this is allowed:
I’d also suggest to credit the other author in your item’s description, and as always, make clear in the description what part(s) of your demo are not included in the download source.
Certainly one of the toughest categories to compete in. For your second question, if your asking if jQuery is required, the answer is no.
A regular license will be enough if you just want to use it for your demo. But to include it in your download source, you’ll need permission from the ThemeForest author.