Did you mean to purchase a plugin from CodeCanyon and use on your WP site? If so, then yes, you can surely do that.
I would recommend OptionTree.
There was nothing returned in the debug mode. I just asked the buyer to test on another hosting he has. Also, after google for more info, some suggested that the “imagemagick” module on the server might possibly affected that. So I asked him to test out this too. Still have not got his reply though.
Has anybody ever experienced the same issue?
It may take around 5 days.
I just got a strange problem from one of my customers. The issue happened when uploading any images in Media Library.
After uploading, there always be the error message showing up as “An error occurred in the upload. Please try again later.” (screenshot: http://cl.ly/image/2X1z1R1D0k0N ).
I mentioned that it is strange because once I deactivated the OptionTree plugin, it is working. But when I activate the OptionTree, the problem comes back again. I just have never had any issue like this before.
I do not know why OptionTree plugin has anything to do with uploading images of Media Library…
Do you guys have any idea about this?
I have used it with the filter as the example in this page: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_title .
No problem with the Theme Check plugin.
I think I found a bug. When I go to “HTML > Corporate” then I firstly see the newest items in list view. But once I click to change from list view to grid view, the items are kind of mixed up from various years. They are not showing as newest items anymore.
I noticed that the recent version of Theme Check plugin returns new “Warning” and “Required” statuses for these functions:
add_shortcode() register_taxonomy() register_post_type()
It said that they are required to be in the plugin.
What if I have my own plugin (that already uses the functions above) and I also need to include the functions into the theme for overriding purpose?