Is that a real problem? Buyer bought your theme, he can do whatever he need. If you don’t want to support it because of religion, then at least tell him to use Envato Studio.
The buyer bought a license to use the theme, not the theme itself. And because is a license he must follow the item usage rules.
If you want to keep the CSS organized, you don’t have to separate it in different files. Instead use LESS and separate the CSS in as many files as you want and compile all less files in a single file style.css. This way you load a single CSS file and have all LESS files for future development.
A software like PrePos or CodeKit can help you to work with LESS.
If you don’t like LESS, you can use scss, stylus, etc.
- Make a shortocode that shows the blog posts and have an attribute to define the blog layout.
- If you have a page builder, add a block to it, similar to shortcode method.
- Modify the files to allow to check for $_GET[‘som_parameter’] and show the respective blog style based on this parameter.
- Make a page template for each blog style.
- Add a demo metabox to allow to select a blog style for a blog page template.
Contact the author, only he is can help you. This is a public forum and probably nobody will be able to help you.
No problems from my side. Tested in Chrome, Firefox Win 7.
P.S. I still can see your balance.
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First of all delete this stupid plugin that override the default scroll behavior. And remember to not include it never again, because it just does not play so good as you think in some browsers. I use Chrome and I have the impresion that my computer is Pentium 1.
Download it again and replace the files from “themes” folder. But first make sure to read documentation, update notes, changelog.
That’s the permalink structure, not sub-folders. All you have to do is to change it from Settings->Permalinks ->Custom Structure
fuelthemes saidThat’s not a feature it’s a bug.
GravityDept saidI hate too and don’t include it in our themes, but if you look at the top selling WP themes, thats a common feature
Took like 25 seconds to load. First question should be whether the reviewer waited that long. Edit: just saw “smooth scrolling” listed as a feature. LMAO.