Thanks you guys for your replies. I have found this posts that explain how to make pull automaticaly with php scripst like @jyostna says:http://jonathannicol.com/blog/2013/11/19/automated-git-deployments-from-bitbucket/ http://brandonsummers.name/blog/2012/02/10/using-bitbucket-for-automated-deployments/
Also I think this can be done with capistrano.
Local Repo + Github + auto deploy to server
How do you auto deploy to server?
I just started using git to put my wordpress themes under version control. Currently, I work on local and push my code to Bitbucket and from time to time I upload to live server with FileZilla.
I have notice reading the forums that a lot of author here are using Bitbucket or GitHub. How is your workflow using these remote repositories?
-Do you deploy your code from BitBucket/GitHub to live server? Or do you upload it directly from local to live server?
-If you do it from Bitbucket (I would like do it this way), how are you doing? Do you use services like https://www.deployhq.com/ or server automotion tool like capistrano?
I think that I can automate my workflow a bit more and I would like to know about how others developers do it.
The buyer’s survey results are depressing
Like @GDragoN says, buyers definitely needs more information about support. Some of they doesn’t understand how Envato Marketplace works, doesn’t know that they purchase items from differents authors and that support depend of the author
You can read a lot of forum threads asking support for items because some buyers doesn’t see the support tab and they don’t know where to ask for help.
Support information should be almost on item description page and Envato help pages, and maybe also in post-purchase page or confirmation email.
Also I think that support rating or badges will be great, it would be a good way to instruct buyers and reward authors with great support.
I have a theme in my portfolio (T-one theme) that have a moderate success, mostly due to its design. It have a very good design, I think, but it have few features and specific sections for the home page. A lot of buyers has told me that they like the design but the theme is not very flexible.
So, I would like to create a new theme with the same design, but with important new features like a page builder, woocommerce and maybe something more. The theme name would beT-one Pro.
Would this be possible? Is allowed from marketplace guidelines?
I want to agree with other author here to convert a PSD template to WP theme. I want to use a plugin in the theme, but what would be a fair way of share the cost of the plugin? Is fair all the plugin cost to goes to me?
Please tell me your experiences / opions
Also there are some plugins on codecanyon http://codecanyon.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=envato+purchase+verify
Thanks Codeblavck! Also I have found some images on Flickr by license.
I have been searching on PhotoDune but I haven’t found. Somebody can point me to a place where I can buy good panoramic images for my next theme previuw?
I finally decide to use Digital Ocean. It is unmanaged host and I am newbie on servers… but they have excellents tutorials, and for now I having a good experience. A good way to learn how to managed servers.
Thanks all of you for your replies. Finally, I dude between this 3:
-SiteGround -Inmotion Hosting -DigitalOcean
DigitalOcena looks very nice, but seems to be more complicated to use. I am newbie with hostings. Any final recommendation?