I can’t understand why the user reviews are not visible to everyone… What could be the problem? I see more good than bad from this. All other BIG marketplaces do this. Look at Amazon, eBay, Google Store, etc.
I think this is must. From my experience, if I always read the reviews before purchase something and I can see the reasons for all those with 1 star. If there are good reasons to have 1 star, then I don’t buy the product, else if there are unjustified reasons then for sure I’ll ignore these ratings and buy it if other reviews are good.
Envato we need this, I need this.
Everyone who agree with me, vote up this topic.
Three words: Spacing, alignment, and typography. Learn about all these and when you’ll come back to your template, you’ll be able to see what’s good and what not. Right now I can say that everything needs to be changed/improved.
Your theme must be functional without the plugin. I mean the blog, pages, search, default widgets, etc. should work. It should be independent.
The plugin must be used only to extend the functionality.
This topic is 4 months+ old, but since we started posting in it, I would like to ask you a quick question. Am I allowed to upload a script (here, on CodeCanyon) which downloads a YouTube video (from a given url), converts it to MP3 and offers the user a download url (just for the MP3 file)?Thanks.
Yes you can. You may get good sales with a script like this.
The answer is NO. Here is a simple explanation:
Sell the product to a client -> requires an extended license
Sell goods to a client -> requires a regular license.
The user is using the directory theme to sell goods(services, pay per post) not to sell the product itself or modified.
The extended license is for other item types. A good example are admin templates. Because you buy an admin template and make an application that will be for sale. In this case you sell it with a product.
1. You can install a new(fresh) wordpress site, download the database fom your old host and upload on your new host. Copy wp-uploads directory and replace on the new host.
2. You can use WP Migrate DB Pro and get all this done for you automatically. https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-migrate-db/
Yes it’s possible. You must create a menu in the main site and get it in all other sites. Here is how you do it:
$blog_id = 1; // Main site ID switch_to_blog( $blog_id ); // Switch to main site wp_nav_menu( $args ); // $args - your custom args restore_current_blog(); // Switch back to current site // ...
Edit: I misunderstood you question. Sorry. My example shows how to use a menu on all sites and modify it only from the main site. But for what you want to do is just the same theme used on all sites. Nothing more.
*Edit, after reading again the OP. Sorry
You can sell it for another CMS, but you are not allowed to posts the links in description.