For the main options, the XML work well .. no problem with that.
The thing I want to do is to have some default options when user install the theme. I’ve tried exporting the “Theme Options Data” code and inserted it in a text file called “theme-options.txt” and then I’ve inserted that file in the option-tree folder with the theme-options.xml … but it doesn’t work.
Wow, here’s the answer coming from the devs at woothemes :
Ok I realized I had made some change in the core of the plugin, so that was the problem with template not updating.
Still have that bug with the “add to cart” button.
I’m doing this theme using WooCommerce plugin and it work great. I run into a problem though.
Following this guide : http://wcdocs.woothemes.com/codex/template-structure/
I’ve changed some of the file in the template directory to fit my layout. I’ve created a “woocommerce” folder in the root of my theme, and moved my modified files there.
Work perfectly on my local host .. but when I upload on the wp installation on my server, it’s a different story. My custom files doesn’t get called and worst .. when I click “Add to cart” on a product .. it send it twice .. and when I visit the cart page, it add random product as well ..
Does someone know what’s going on here?
Reviewers aren’t required to work on weekends, but that said, almost the entire TF queue is at less than 24 hours (with only one file at 26 hours). During the week the TF guys keep the queues well below that. Remember the days when turnaround times were 2+ days! Kudos to our TF reviewers for being able to keep turnaround times so well managed!
Absolutely, they are fantastic
And they reviewed my theme! That’s even more fantastic
Hey! That’s nice. Just bought it and installed.
I have to say, it’s pretty neat but there’s a bug :
Fun Fact Revenue compared to last month 51%
It’s not fun at all!
I’m just curious, you know
I have ended up targeting specific template page so everything works now
I have just looked at the list of conditional statement and I can’t find one for blog pages.
I want to do like I do with is_category() or is_home() but with blog