I’m checking the item analytics and not quite sure what the “Entrances” mean.
Is “Entrances” the number of people who clicked the banner image to check the demo or is it number of people who visited the item page?
I thought that “Unique Pageviews” was the number of people who visited the item page, but the “Entrances” is confusing me, perhaps the “Unique Pageviews” are page views made on the actual demo and “Entrances” are for the item page.
Anyway, it would be great if someone can clear this up for me.
That’s simply how it is. The further you go down the list the less exposure your product gets and with that the less sales as well.
The only way a product will keep it’s sales consistent is if it sold really well at the beggining and ended up on the top of the weekly popular list, which gives it exposure and with exposure come sales. Needless to say, the chances of that happening are quite low.
As long as it works like a regular blog theme when the plugins aren’t active there shouldn’t be any issues with review.
There’s no guarantee that an HTML template would be accepted in the WordPress category, the design requirements are different.
You can’re upload it again after you remove it.
Thanks Vlad, we’ll definitively be getting there, hopefully really soon.
Also with a builder like this you hardly ‘design’ a theme for it. It’s more like a full site builder than something else.
As is with most builders – people who buy it kindoff design their own site.
And all they ever get is the same old same old paralax sections, sliders and columns with icons.Themes with those builders nowadays are too much of a blank canvas if you ask me.
It really depends from the approach the author wants to take.
Authors can definitely design a theme for it ( or with it ), an example would be this theme, it’s made with existing modules and options. And custom modules can be built as well of course.