Standard License allows you to put it on the theme demo.
Extended License allows you to put it on the theme demo and the main download file.
I don’t change the core worpress func. I mean add the hack on the theme.
Same thing. If you put this hack on the theme, it means you strip WordPress Core functionality, and it can be a reason for your theme to be rejected.
But, if you do this in a specific client project, it is up to you.
ThemeCheck plugin return me 1xxxxx lines of notices(errors) and a fatal error to the end(Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in D:\xampp\htdocs\wordpress342\wp-content\plugins\theme-check\checks\i18n.php on line 28). Anyway this is not the problem.
I’ve experienced this strange one before. After countless hours investigation, I found the issue came from bad written code in one line!!! I need to move the files on my theme and then include it one by one to find the culprit. Sorry, I couldn’t share the example, I forgot to save it…
Right now, every time I make small changes to my code, I always test it using Theme Check, to make sure it doesn’t happen to me again in the future…
You can use some jquery plugins to do it, but if you prefer to use CSS keyframe animations, you can read this article for an example, http://designshack.net/articles/css/infinitephotobanner/
I love it…
Removing any default setting field from wordpress general settings is not possible. You can review wp-admin/options-general.php if you want to check it directly. Is there any specific purpose for doing this?
Thanks for the answer!
Can you say please how can he prove if I used his photos if they had been deleted?If I do not pay will my account be blocked by Envato?
Correct, once he decide to report a valid copyright infringement in your theme to Envato, then Envato will delete your theme, or for the worst case Envato will delete your accounts. It is serious issue and It happens many times here…