Update from dashboard
- 1) Install and activate the Envato Toolkit plugin https://github.com/envato/envato-wordpress-toolkit/archive/master.zip
- 2) Go to Settings->API Keys on the ThemeForest website and generate an API key
- 3) Go into the dashboard of your WP Installation and then into “Envato Toolkit” and enter your API key.
Now you can always update your theme straight from the dashboard without moving files or deleting the current versionhttps://github.com/envato/envato-wordpress-toolkit
+1 Another great idea that we probably won’t ever see.
My theme Ztudio uses the Flexible Content addon however at the time there wasn’t much control over things like columns and all elements have to be created yourself. Not sure what it’s like right now though.
jonathan01 saidHi Jonathan. It’s probably just the Easter holidays. Your 24 hours of no sales may correlate to Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. Just my personal hunch.
I’ll join in also and say that I just had almost a 24 hr period without a single sale – I know some here have had several days of zero sales, I feel your pain.
Hey Scott!I could certainly see that however the drop was the past 24 hrs (monday evening thru tuesday evening) , not one of the traditional days off for some countries that do have these days off, plus going back over 7 years I’m not seeing a pattern like this unfortunately.
+1. with my new item I usually close wednesdays with around 20-30 sales but I’d be lucky to close with 4-5 sales today.
May I know what was teh previous week sale for X-Theme ?
There seems to be a caching issue. The sales numbers aren’t updating either http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/wordpress-all-items-the-purchases-are-not-updating-correctly/168970