Can’t you see you’re the only one saying this is allowed? Everybody says you are not allowed, the envato TOS says the same, who do you think is right? Why risk your account for this?
You can use them on your client’s websites, but if you’re giving them for a facebook share, that doesnt’ mean those people are your clients. It’s not allowed to give away the items anywhere else.
You have a nickname here, not your full name and address. While I guess it’s good to remove the badge, I honestly have no idea how would anyone figure out who you are unless you tell them so. If you don’t state anywhere who you are and where are you from, nobody will know that you’re even on ThemeForest. You don’t have to write anywhere you real name and the domain name’s real registrar can be hidden with privacy or you can register it under someone else’s name.
Nobody forces you to tell your real name.
I understand your point, however, doens’t it make more sense for the Envato team to integrate it directly on an item? Why flood the marketplaces with two different themes or even three(if we take BuddyPress in consideration) when you can simply add a checkbox to add WooCommerce compatibility for $10-15 and download a different package. Therefore, the authors would need to upload two different zip archives, one with WooCommerce, one without.
I think this is the best option and I think everyone would be happy, rather than having multiple variations of the same item. If I buy a normal theme and then the user releases a WooCommerce version, the old user would need to pay the $55 price again, feeling cheated. Instead, he could pay the $10 upgrade and get the WooCommerce version.
Also, for the theme we were all speaking about, which was clearly a lite, I see it’s gone now, was it a lite? We’re not allowed to do that, right? Am I correct?
FinalDestiny16, I have PS4, if there’s any that wants to play some Resogun or FIFA14 together, that’d be great ;]
I still didn’t get it yet. It’s wednesday already, almost thursday in Australia.
Why would you release something for free and charge for the documentation? The documentation is the main thing that would make the users actually use it. It’s like giving someone a car for free but asking $7,500 for the keys.
If I don’t know how to use it, I won’t use it. Either charge only for support or make it a paid plugin altogether.
Just my 2 cents. We have Redux which does its job in a great way and is fully free to use. For metaboxes, there’s Custom-Metaboxes-and-Fields-for-WordPress from WebDevStudios. If you want users to switch to your framework, you’ll need to come up with something new to the table.