Thanks for the link! I’ve already come across that, so I assume there’s no easier way to obtain their latest development version, something like the beta tester plugin but for WooCommerce instead?
No, there isn’t (AFAIK). But it is VERY easy. Rename your current folder in wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/ to woocommerce-tmp/, then run
$ git clone https://github.com/woothemes/woocommerce.git and that’s pretty much it.
When you are done, remove woocommerce/ folder and rename back your woocommerce-tmp/ to woocommerce/.
Well, every WP developer should know that anyway.
Wow Envato, I am very happy that you went ahead and notified us before this release it out. Even though I am constantly on the hunt for the changes before they go public (to prepare and update our themes) it is impossible to prepare for everything. I could easily miss this one.
I’ll go ahead today or tomorrow and check out the changes and how they affect our products!
Is there any way that you define the width of the table cells in the item description page? When I save the description it seems like the width attribute is stripped away.
It is really hard to create a good layout with text without that, because the browsers then calculate the width of the cells based on the amount of content. Example: http://themeforest.net/item/buildpress-wp-theme-for-construction-business/9323981 – looks different in every browser.
ThemeForest staff, would it be possible to allow us authors to have width attribute applied to the td tags?
We are still waiting for our latest to be approved.
Hi dear community,
I am wondering why this awesome plugin (both for authors and buyers) is not available on the official WP plugins?https://github.com/envato/envato-wordpress-toolkit
It would be super easy for our clients to install it and even easier for us, the authors, to include it as recommended plugin in TGM plugin activation class.
It would solve a lot of hassle with the theme installations and especially updates.
Is there something I can do to help you with this? I have a plugin on WP site, so I know how to do it, I can even take care for that myself if you guys at Envato OK with that.
No offense, but I think that there are too many multi-purpose themes made with some fancy visual effects that very rarely come useful to the end user already.
It is not a problem that your theme is too similar to the another one in your portfolio. Probably it is too similar to hundreds of other themes on the entire marketplace. And I am quite sure that people at Envato are finally becoming aware of that. The latest contest is surely one sign where the theme authors should be moving towards: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/envatos-most-wanted-micro-niche-themes-10000/140322
Thank to all of you very much once again!
Today this item was finally accepted: http://themeforest.net/item/dining-restaurant-wordpress-theme-for-chefs/8294419
It is sometimes really stupid which changes we have to do, just to satisfy the reviewers, but that’s just how it is as long as we sell on ThemeForest and not on our own channels
Anyway, we all agree that the final visual product is much better than it was when we submitted it for review the 1st time, so I hope that it was worth and everything will reflect well on sales.