To be honest, I’m not sure what’s the big deal about this, it could not be more simple to do this with jQuery.
If you have no knowledge of how to achieve this and you are selling templates/themes here, then I would say style switcher is the least of your worries.
+1 for Pro (retina), got myself one last month and it’s awesome.
Looks like the change is not reflected in Popular files list, it still shows old prices which might confuse the buyers.
Thanks!!! p.s. how can I remove the standard TF bar from the top? I’ve reviewed the theme now and asked the reviewer to remove the standard bar. He said ok, but the standard bar is still there.
<script>if ( top !== self ) top.location.replace( self.location.href );</script>
I assume you are talking about the latest WordPres page builder plugin?
If so, that plugin was removed from the wp.org repository upon publishing on CodeCanyon, so everything is as it should be, no rules are broken.
Why don’t you just pull an array of available fonts and store it locally, and then you can update the list with each theme update.
That way you don’t have to worry about external requests or api keys.
Neither am I but it still happened to me