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LoveThemes
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Why don’t you spend your time at least trying to be creative and not copying other peoples Brand, it just makes you look like an idiot.

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That is why you’ll never be approved, you have no imagination and you aren’t a creative.

I suggest you change your name and avatar.

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Only if the issues are theme features, otherwise you’re on your own.

Not necessarily. You are right that most officially don’t but I have purchased many themes on here and A LOT of authors / support teams do help or at least point you in the right direction no matter what the question may be.

And just for the record I know this from reading item support forums, I am not one to drive support ppl mad!

Yeah you may get a little help, I help all my buyers as much as possible but there is a line where nearly ever author will stop.

If we helped with every single non theme issue such as mods / custom work we’d never get anything done.

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You’re going to need to pay a developer to sort out your issues, I very much doubt anyone is going to help you for free.

No you don’t! You can do this alone.

Try the contacting the theme author. They normally are quite helpful.

Docs are here: http://vibethemes.com/envato/wplms/documentation/

Click on the support tab top right hand corner.

Good luck

Only if the issues are theme features, otherwise you’re on your own.

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Spamming the forums with duplicate threads is the wrong way to get help.

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You’re going to need to pay a developer to sort out your issues, I very much doubt anyone is going to help you for free.

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@LoveThemes:

IMO, this is pointless. As you see _e only echoes, it doesn’t do anything else. So if an attacker just want to ECHO anything why would he even need to target _e or php echo function? Why dont you just inject anything in the html?

Also check the Wordpress.org themes directory and see how many themese use esc_html_e instead of _e for the translation strings.

As I said, what happens if the files are secure but they somehow manage to upload an .mo file, or attack an insecure translation plugin, or any number or scenarios?

The fact of the matter is, it doesn’t matter what you or I think, if you read the thread, it is a Themeforest requirement so data must be validated.

And it’s good practise.
Does this mean _e() and _() is useless? You said _e() and _() must be escaped. Then why don’t WordPress remove these functions? In my opinion you and the TF reviewers(who rejected for the reason) are wrong. I think it must be fixed.
I am also wondering about the necessity to escape everything. If that’s the case, WordPress should just add data validation to all output functions including _e() and _() but even twentyfifteen theme uses those without escaping if the string does not contain variables. There’s also no answers to the questions posted in another thread : http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/rereview-data-validation-issues/151569?page=2 . I hope someone can shed some light on this.

Have a snoop around the WordPress source, it will tell you all you need, a lot of the in-built functions are indeed already escaped such as home_url() etc…

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What happens when a person from somewhere you do not usually sign-in from decides to gain access to your account, and is successful, then changes your payment details to their own and empties your balance?

This ‘feature’ makes this kind of access much harder.

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@ LoveThemes – with all the respect but that design is really bad, I mean, look at margins here, there are too small fonts used, there is no symmetry even inside of boxes. Having this general layout created by Bnaimy doesn’t mean that designer had to put the content inside those boxes 1:1. To be honest, if this designer is really sort of senior designer – then he probably lost his patience and did it as fast as he could. The other option is that he maybe is not so good?

I never said it was good, just not as bad as you’re making out.

Sure the spacing, typography and hierarchy needs serious attention but nothing that dramatic.

That’s the beauty of designing live in the browser instead of via Photoshop. Easier to iterate and you see it without all the little Photoshop nuances that don’t transfer to the browser.

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Hi, Do you have an email to contact you ?

Yeah you can email me at bashir.naimy@gmail.com

Thanks

Emailed you buddy.

Scott

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