Ok, thanks for your response.
Is it okay with the current wordpress theme requirements if I use a third-party plugin for the newsletter (to which I’ve made a few minor modifications in terms of styling the displayed widget to match my current design) from wordpress.org ? Thanks.
^ thinks butterflies are scary.
Imagine having no sales in this period… the irony.
@DistinctiveTheme: Thanks for posting those links. I’ll give bbpress a try and hope it’s gonna be better.
BTW. The minimal version of PHP to run is 5.3, check it. Probably this is ilegal but have youtried to hack the code or to contact the author?
I got PHP version 5.4.17 so it should be okay, and I’ve contacted the author a few days ago and haven’t heard from him yet.
I purchased the AuthorHQ plugin and can’t get beyond the purchase verification stage that needs to be completed before it allows me to actually install it. After entering my details and clicking the “Verify” button (or whatever its name is) I get stuck like this http://i.stack.imgur.com/DCjyU.png ... it keeps loading endlessly without going to the next step of the installation.
I’ve also tried to install it on my localhost (XAMPP) and it worked perfectly there, which means that the problem here is my VPS (my server), not the plugin or the server to which mine tries to connect to in order to validate my purchase code.
Anyone had the same problem before? Any idea why this would happen?
You deserve it! Congratulations!
Did the rules changed lately, because I remember that some time ago, in order to integrate an item from an Envato Marketplace inside your own item (e.g. a CC plugin inside a TF theme) you needed only the author’s permission, without having to buy the extended license first.