I have mine like this: <title><?php wp_title(’| ’, true, ‘right’); ?></title> With no issues, maybe you’ve got some hidden characters in your title tags there?
This was working like a treat for me before the update. Thanks for this btw.:)
add_theme_support( ‘title-tag’ );
This means that the title tag is added by the wp_head() and it is not required to be added as
<code><title><?php wp_title() ?></title></code>
Yes I believe this is now a requirement for all themes. I think you get an error in theme check if you don’t use this..
Also I figured out what the problem to my issue was in case anyone is still having problems with getting this error to go away. I included ACF in my theme for the options panel and the plugin was using <title> tags in the wrong places. So if the error won’t go away in Theme Check even though you are using the title tags correctly, check ACF.
I wish we could go back to the good old days where our biggest concern was false 1 star ratings and the white background :’(
Sorry if this has been asked before but if we are selling directly to the buyer, will we be able to set our own prices?
Hello amazing authors, staff, and buyers
A few weeks ago I submitted a WordPress theme and it has been soft-rejected 3 times for looking like a “Visual Composer Showcase”. This is confusing to me as:
a) All the default Visual Composer elements have been custom designed as part of the theme.
b) I have created additional Visual Composer elements as part of the theme.
c) Not sure on what is wrong with having a strong focus of Visual Composer elements in the theme showcase? The blog post here http://marketblog.envato.com/news/thoughts-policies-tips-wordpress-authors/ specifically states that any included plugins must serve a purpose to the theme and not just be included for the sake of it.
Here are some screenshots of the theme.
Visual Composer Elementshttp://i.imgur.com/pT306Lc.png
Other Pageshttp://i.imgur.com/hUeMXSz.png (Front-end Login)
http://i.imgur.com/GWrzCiX.png (Front-end Registration)
Sub-menu / Mega-Menuhttp://i.imgur.com/8WwMpjO.png
Any advice on what can be improved or have I been wrongfully soft-rejected? I’m already receiving emails from buyers that want to purchase this theme.
Congrats Rich Big fan of your work!
Try namepros.com. It’s a forum for domains.
There seems to be a bug with the badges. Not sure if others have reported it.
Changing the margin on .badges li to 2px 2px seems to fix it.
The ghost version looks slightly cleaner than the WP version but it could also be that WP is more popular so the quality requirements are going to be higher.
When you learn all the little shortcuts you won’t want to go back.
Here is something which is great for multitasking. Go into your mission control and setup multiple desktops. (I’ve set 4 desktops on mine) https://beinglinux.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/missioncontrol-full-246059.jpg
and then go into your keyboard settings and set a shortcut for each desktop. ( I set mine to cmd+1, cmd+2, cmd+3, cmd+4)
Now you can drag windows into each desktop and easily move between different desktops. I usually have chrome on desktop 1, SublimeText on desktop 2, and the other two for miscellaneous things.
Also cmd+space will open Spotlight. Simply press cmd+space and the first few letters of your app and then hit enter to open it.
Come on guys! I’ve seen a lot of quick tempers on this thread, now, no one can give suggestions to improve the process taking into account the list I posted above? Seriously?
Having a simple notification at the top of the item page alerting the buyer about a potential bug is better than the item just mysteriously disappearing of the marketplace.