Appreciate it guys, thanks a lot!
I know there are a few ways to do this, but I’m just curious if you’re one of the authors doing this, how are you doing it? I’m talking about when you view the live demo of a theme and instead of loading in the standard ThemeForest frame with the black header at the top, it redirects to your site with your own custom theme switcher at the top.
Is this custom coded, a WordPress plugin, a mix of both…? And does it require you to install all of your themes in the same installation of WordPress? (i.e. would it work if each of your live demos sits on its own WordPress install…)
I appreciate any pointers, but I understand if you’re hesitant to help out a fellow author who is also a potential competitor.
2012 is put-puttin’ to a close. Wonder if the buyers just thought the world was going to end and didn’t schedule any projects… Or this could be usual for the holidays (I wouldn’t know. I had 2 items and 3 sales by this time last year). This week was the worst week in a long time! Booo! Good luck in 2013, everyone!
Obviously this is just my experience and I’m sure it differs for everyone, but for whatever it’s worth, I have 4 years to compare sales and it appears that sales dip just a little on Christmas Day but actually stay about the same for the month of December (with a slight increase last year actually). Hope that helps.
I know, I just wanted to boast that I actually made it through the Silmarillion.
The LOTR trilogy contains three of the best movies of all time. I grew up on The Hobbit and read the rest of Tolkien’s work as an adult, including The Silmarillion. I love all things Middle Earth, and really enjoy Jackson’s work. I don’t consider myself a hater at all. I hope you were talking to the other guys
I was highly disappointed. They tried to make it exactly like the LOTR trilogy when in reality the books were written very differently from each other. That being said, I loved the giant fight in the mountains, and Golum was the star of the show.
Do you even understand your own license which you provide with the theme files? It says you can not encrypt your WordPress code because it is Open source. Encrypting the code is against WordPress license.
Whoa, take it easy man… I didn’t encrypt any of my WP codes or files. Theme package already includes every source code and it doesn’t violate the general WP license. Anyway, thanks for pointing that out.@IndustrialThemes – That won’t be a problem.
Awesome, thanks for taking the time to respond!