If they don’t sell, why don’t you just remove them from the marketplace?
Awesome, thanks for sharing.
I really want this feature and I promise to provide feedback this week
Nexus 7 + Windows Phone 7.8
webinest saidThe thing is that you can’t know who reversed his purchase.
So the user took a refund of your theme, and then posts comments on your page for support?
Interesting….there should be a way of reversing the “purchased” status of a user if they have been offered a refund.Either way, If you have their username, just make a not of all users who took a sale reversal refund, and don’t offer support if they ask for it. Thats what I would do.
Well if you design your backend well, you should not have variables from other files that you can’t access in specific template parts.
Regarding your second question, I guess you can, but then it’s better to do it like this:
<?php locate_template( 'my_template_name', true, true ); ?>
Check parameters name and explanations in docs here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/locate_template
OriginalEXE saidThanks for your fast reply. Why not Godaddy? I’m looking for a shared hosting at first.
Whatever you do, don’t pick GoDaddy for your hosting company. Are you looking for shared hosting or maybe VPS? How much are you looking to spend?
Just google it. While GoDaddy is great for domains, their hosting suck. Not only is it slow, but backend is very bad too (speaking from personal experience).
For shared hosting, I would definitely recommend either hostgator or arvixe, both are great and fast.