I say more than 70% of eCommerce themes violated and the question is why are they still live and making money?
Then feel free to open support tickets for these themes
The community is generally great at self moderating copyright infringements, photo issues, website copies etc.
If you think something has slipped the net then the only course of action is to open support ticket for it.
You’re going to have to forgive me for saying this, but I feel that your motivation for this thread is that you were called out recently for a direct copy of an existing website that you’d uploaded as a template. I just hope the motivation for this thread is in the community interest and not anger that your template was disabled.
Those images were taken from an actual eCommerce company who spent thousands of money for their product photos.
In a lot of cases the authors will have seeked permission to use these images. If you’re in doubt you can always contact Envato Support about any suspected licensing breach.
Congrats Iman, you’ve got 2 great selling themes there
Here’s why your page is crashing on mobile devices, the overall page size is 14mb!
You have numerous images loading in your page that are over 1mb, there’s absolutely no need for image sizes that large
NINJA EDIT: Hilariously, iPhones seems to have issues with
-webkit- transforms, which is weird. Try also setting isotope to useTransforms: false
3 days in, about 33% through the queue and happy! Keep the queue at this speed, it’s going well for the homepage
@Smartik, honest question, why would that method be better? Not challenging at all, just looking for your insight mate
In my case, I pull the list of icons into my theme options and my page builder, so once an icon is chosen it’s saved into an option, or into meta. So the array is only called in certain admin situations anyway and then the value saved by itself.
Thought this might help a few people. There’s likely duplicates in there so feel free to submit a change