I almost got it
“WordPress Theme ZIP must contain index.php within arcadia”
but a child theme does not need an index.php as that is located in the parent genesis theme, which would be uploaded separately.
so can’t figure this one
hey guys, can’t seem to upload a child theme
the theme name is arcadia
my preview image is called preview.jpg
thumbnail image is called thumbnail.jpg
my files are a .zip
i have one zip for the whole package and one for just the theme itself as described in the guide.
i get this
Theme Preview is required WordPress Theme is required Theme Preview The supplied file does not appear to be a zip. Please compress your files into a .zip file. WordPress Theme ZIP must contain index.php within arcadia
animated gif ! my goodness, you poor bugger
The idea of having a reasonable space to hold a larger logo sounds good, so atleast that should work for most people.
OK, kinda stuck here
Obviously on most themes we will be putting our own logo related to the theme…
Given our own theme logo is a certain width/height, the buyers logo will be completely different.
Should we assume that the buyer will get theme customization, as often other areas around the header may need adjusting too, so their own logo sits just right and looks good.
Should we provide some sort of instruction so they can do this themselves, although this may be too complicated for a lot of folks to edit css.
Any thoughts and ideas on this are appreciated
hey thanks for the super quick responses!
yep, i gotcha, do it properly 100% from the start…good advice
As long as it takes to do quality work…whether it’s a client or a theme.
just looking for opinions here on whether we should be making our themes responsive from the start
especially for new sellers that are just getting into the market, and don’t really know if our themes are even going to sell!
perhaps better to release the theme, fixed width, then if it’s popular, add responsive design in an update.
what do you think?
thanks guys !
if i purchase images from photodune, am i allowed to use these in a theme i’m selling on ThemeForest?
they won’t be sold with the theme of cause, just for the demo, and i’m assuming i WON ’T need the extended license for the images either?
thanks so much
that helps a lot, sounds like sticking to the comments is the go.
don’t want to jump in the deep end without learning how to tread water first