I’d be interested to hear your solution, just facing this myself at the moment
It says “WordPress Themes and Templates” so it implies it includes not just WordPress themes
I’m just about to start work on a new WordPress theme and as I haven’t made a new theme for a couple of years I’m a little out of the loop with our requirements.
I’ve been trying to find out what browsers we must support (i.e. What version of I.E. are we supporting these days! ) but I can’t seem to find anything in the Knowledgebase.
Could someone point me in the direction of this info please.
Yeah there’s a few resources around to help do things like this. There’s sites where you can just upload a screenshot of your site and it puts it in different devices for you to choose from and download.
I forget the name of the site I use (writing this from my iPhone) but a quick Google should find a few sites
Thanks for your reply.
Would there not be any issues with the logo being sold with the theme to many other customers do you think?
I have a customer of one of my themes asking if they can use the illustration from a logo in one of my themes for branding, business cards etc. Has anyone done this before, what did you do, sell it? Allow them use for free? Or is it not even aloud with the license used?
Thanks for any help, Martin
i have another Q , when we active WP_Debug,we should fix all of Error then submit our theme? it is rule?
I would say probably. The rules have just been tightened so the review team will probably be looking at this kind of stuff. I suggest you check this article out to clear up any querieshttp://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/472/85/wordpress-theme-submission-requirements