Let’s not derail this thread with the ratings system
All the options were loading, but were being hidden by JS, my assumption is that there’s some kind of new AJAX callback which was being blocked and then applying display: none; as a fallback.
So nothing serious at all, but from a buyers perspective, looked like all the theme options just ran away, lol
For title-tag, do we still need to include a title HTML tag in the head, or is this now automatically written by WP?
Hopefully this will save someone the few hours I just wasted on it.
If you’re like me you fragment your framework core into separate files, or perhaps separate classes, functions etc.
Recently I’ve been adding an is_admin() check to my theme_options file, since this didn’t need to run on the front end, WP 4.1 Breaks This!
It must be a new AJAX callback being run on customise.php, but if you have your theme_options controls registered behind an is_admin() check, your options will appear, and then be immediately hidden by JS.
Simply fix: Remove the is_admin check from your theme options control register.
Ricky Gervais podcast, you have to buy the older episodes as an Audiobook, but damn if they’re not funny!
Is this what you bought?http://codecanyon.net/item/photo-contest-wordpress-plugin/8320636
It’s a plugin, not a theme.
I’ve moved all possible aspects of my theme development process to a framework plugin, which honestly is one of the best things I’ve done, I wish I had done it earlier!
That being said, I’m still registering shortcodes for Visual Composer within the theme itself, as this just makes sense, but I do provide instructions for how users can easily move these over to a new theme (via a child theme) if they should switch themes, which I know is not a perfect solution, but neither is a plugin filled with loads of VC shortcodes for different themes, though I will definitely move these to a plugin when required.
Lol, I’m unsure why on earth I’ve been singled out here having not mentioned any themes personally until MuffinGroup waded in to attack my sales numbers.
Plainly: 66 full demos is unsustainable, what’s next, 300+ demos? If we get to a point that a theme needs to have 50+ demos just to even reach its first sale then this place is doomed. the point is if we’re all just trying to out-do each other on the amount of demos we can show for each product, then something is wrong.
@tommusrhodus Your question on this topic is incomprehensible for us. As we see, you did similar product what everyone can see at http://pivotwp.wpengine.com and you wait for an official answer because your theme is not selling so good as other? Sorry but this is a little bit ridiculous for us.
A couple of things:
1. I’m a long time fan of your portfolio
2. Thanks for the personal attack about Pivot’s sales numbers
Let me note this: I’ve been against this multiple demo & multi-style rubbish for a long time, and you’ll note that Pivot is 1 consistent style, with a few homepage demos.
Since you’ve decided to wade in and be harsh to me (despite me never mentioning any theme on here by name) let me say this, your theme has 66 demos and multiple different overall styles, can you please justify how you think this is in anyway appropriate? Of course you’re getting sales, the theme is huge and offers amazing value for money this is exactly what this thread is about.
Let’s take your average theme, 1 demo, 1 consistent style and it costs $58, your theme has 66 demos, multiple overall styles etc. etc. etc. and it’s the same price.
How can this be a fair marketplace if a theme with that much content, plugins etc. is priced at the exact same as everything else? Furthermore, how can authors be expected to compete with this? I’m just 1 guy with a large portfolio, there’s no conceivable way I could put together such and outrageously huge theme with so many demos (nor would I want to).
This is why I’m waiting for a reply on this topic, whether this causes issues with Pivot or not does not matter to me, I’m more worried about this place as an ecosystem as a whole rather than whether 1 of my themes may be classified as a “mega theme”.
Again, I’m a big fan of your work, but coming in to slam one of my themes seems a pointless attack.
Let me finish by saying that your recommendation that we “build bigger products with more options” is exactly the issue being discussed here, you’ve not described a WordPress theme there, you’ve described a full mega CMS with 1000’s of possible outcomes, all for the same price as everyone else’ simple themes.