If you can code it, we can do it.
We give you the forms for the data, you determine what to do what that data.
No and here’s why. We don’t deal with shortcodes. Why? Envato told us shortcodes have to run in a plugin. Not all of our devs want to install Redux using TGM as a plugin. So we leave shortcodes to products like visual composer, and just work on global input fields for controlling themes/plugins.
GPL v3 – Completely open source just like WordPress.
We do, however, ask if you’re making a ton to donate back to the project to keep it going. Also our extensions cost, but they provide a lot of powerful functions. So be sure to check those out.
The license won’t change. It’s never changed and never can nor will change. Rest assured, it’s used by MANY developers: http://reduxframework.com/showcase/envato
Best of luck.
This is built into Redux by default. Just set the google_api_key argument and your typography fields will have all the Google Fonts.
Lead dev of Redux here. Remove the googlefonts files, have a valid key in your config, and a new update will be downloaded on your next panel load.
That’s a fallback for file system failures. It will pass the ThemeForest requirements.