Does it count if an already approved theme that doesn’t have some of the features you quoted in the beginning is updated and those features are added?
Thanks guys, we are actually using digital ocean for WP but I need one for several sites I’m using
I was using for the last few years hostgator. It was convenient for me as I was able to use addon domains (I have 5-6 small sites and prefer to maintain them on one hosting). Until the other day when those idiots just stopped 3-4 of my domains for getting to omuch traffic. While I’m completely aware that their unlimited bandwidth is just BS I have to say I’m furious with those clowns – 2 of the domains generate like 200-300 visits per month only but they still closed them!
Long story short – I’m leaving the hostgator idiots and I’m looking for good shared hosting solution with addon domains option. Any suggestions?
Wouldn’t be great if this can be used by authrs as well for testing purposes? If I want to test how a client can update his theme I can’t do it since my API key doesn’t bring notifications about update (I’m the author, so obviously I haven’t bought my theme)
Any chance this could happen?
Is there a way to update our own theme through the Envato Toolkit? We need that for testing purposes, but adding an API key doesn’t do the job since we obviously haven’t bought our own theme. So is there a way to test the process through toolkit plugin?
Thanks, I was afraid that’s the case.
Could anyone tell me how do you approach the issue with allowing your clients to update plugins that come bundled in your theme?
For example we have a theme that comes with rev slider and vis composer, both extended licenses. The question is: is there a way for the users that buy our theme to update those plugins in time? Or we need to update the plugins in our theme, bundle it and upload a theme update?
Btw we use envato toolkit as well
We had the same problem recently and we decided to ease our future work by creating a small script that can speed up the process. What this script does it basically: Uses your exported xml file to find all images, use placehold.it to create the same sizes images and then put it in your wordpress uploads directory, then replacing all the links. That way when a customer imports the file all the images will be placehold.it safe ones.
You can find the script in Github: https://github.com/denchev/Wordpress-to-placehold.it
Please fill free to contribute if you find it useful.