You can use the same theme, simply buy a new license.
OriginalEXE saidThe exact use-case that query_posts() was designed for: using a custom page template as an archive of posts, so it’s perfect for a custom one page template
ThemesHolic saidNever use query_posts()
Try with query_posts($args). Remember to add wp_reset_query(); at the end of the cycle.
Try with query_posts($args).
Remember to add wp_reset_query(); at the end of the cycle.
Time is crucial. For everything. For any product release.
Seriously, coming here and saying that there’s like no way of showing any accurate info is simply non-sense. Most of us are programmers, you can’t simply throw some non-sense talk and expect us to believe and move on.
You said that even the #1 author here moves normally on the queue and doesn’t have priority so it’s simply a queue, nothing complicated. An item gets removed? Cool, update the status there. Let us know where we are. I agree that with updates thing are different, I even think they have their own queue or they are approved sooner. No problem, there’s always a pattern. We don’t need any exact data, an estimation is good enough. + or – 4 or 6 hours is okay and can be simulated pretty quick. This is not photodune, there are not 1000’s of items submitted daily(even this number is small and can be easily used to generate some patterns and do some quick algorithm for estimating how the queue will move).
It’s simple, but requires a little bit of work. Removing and adding some useless statuses takes 20 minutes at most. No offense, but this is like “Hey, let’s remove this feature that’s not working and, instead of FIXING it, let’s add some stuff here that has absolutely no sense, at least to show them that we did something instead.
If you want to fix something, fix it, don’t throw some useless stuff and expect us to melt.
There were countless solutions submitted, create another queue with approved items and release them on a hourly basis, that way we will know exactly how and when it will be approved.(delaying it, if we want, could be considered for a feature for elite authors, let’s say).You want quality products here, on ThemeForest, where’s the quality in the updates you deliver to your own website? Seriously, you have a whole team dedicated to the coding part and this is the best you can do? This is a joke.
Absolutely agree with this.