Finally got around to using this and the only thing I can think of that would be useful would be a “saved at xx:yy” function so we know when the last update was made.
I have been writing the documentation for around 2 hours with the autosave is on, so know it’s being saved but for peice of mind it would be nice to see when it was last done.
As I was writing this I thought of another, a “save now” button, works the same as the autosave but you can save it at any time.
This tool is awesome, saved me hours of work building my own documentation system, I originally bookmarked this over 3 years ago as I knew I would need it one day
As fuel themes said, it only includes sales from themeforest, any sales on other platforms aren’t counted hence the lower sales.
You would need to write the admin function that sets it’s location and put it elsewhere, look in the woosidebars documentation to see if they explain how to do it.
Yup agreed with OrganicBee, Envato are unlikely to give you the / a license key, their contract is with the buyer and it’s upto him to give you the key if he wishes.
I would buy your own license (will be around $50-$60 depending on the theme) and then you have your own license etc.
The advice above is only for Codecanyon items, it will be different for other sliders e.g. Nivo
For Codecanyon items you need an extended license and the authors permission
Does that apply to X Theme too? I have a version 4.6.0 so should I expect that Theme.co would take care of the update?Regards Goran
If the plugin was bundled with the theme then yes you would speak to the theme author to update the plugin, if you bought it from Themepunch then you can download it from your themeforest panel.
The theme author needs to do this, you should be fine on your version of SR as the security fix was made months ago though, the current versions are just feature and bug fixes
I agree with you philosophically, prefer to write my own modules, but that doesn’t change the fact that a lot of themes here rely on slider or page builder modules to generate a lot of their content. Without page builder elements or sliders, I’m picturing homepages that are just a header and a footer. A big change to the culture here is needed for this to change, not saying it’s impossible but it would be a huge undertaking.
I am building a theme which doesn’t have a slider, a website doesn’t have to have one and can work better without one. Designers and developers need to do more to generate decent content, stop relying on plugins to add the features and also build stuff a little more unique.
I buy loads of themes on here and most are the same generic crap with different colours and fonts, we are supposed to be creatives but Themeforest seems to be becoming more bland with every upload.
It’s not about taking them away but stopping them bundling them, they can still promote the theme is compatible with a plugin, but it’s upto the buyer to buy the plugin separately.
I like the idea, although the logistics of a system like that is another story (how to enforce, implement plugin based content with themes, etc).For example, if most of your content/functionality is generated by a page builder you’ve purchased, I can’t see an option here for buyers that decide they don’t want to buy the plugin separately.
You shouldn’t be making the theme by a page builder, it should be an ehancement to make using the theme easier. A plugin is meant to add extra features to a theme, not the plugin being the theme feature.
I am personally not a fan of page builders but they have a use when used properly.