His name is spelled “Kriesi”. Using the WP UI to create a WP UX is not the issue. Anyone is welcome do that. This is very different IMO from modeling your design after another’s though. There is much more to his design than simply the how the WP UI looks / works. There’s a saying – “Design is not simply how something looks but how it works.” It goes without saying that yours should have virtually no code in common with his.
You could decide to risk it (not recommended) by taking a chance in guessing how close you make your own item. Being original / unique is always best. Otherwise, you’ll likely find your time wasted if it’s not something that can actually be sold long-terms. You should definitely be concerned with the long-term if you’re selling on here.
Ha, ha. Perhaps. Hopefully there’s more to his logic / plan than just that.
Hey guys, I am soon moving to Australia. Do you think i can find some Web development job ?
Wow. I can’t see myself moving to entirely different country without securing a job there first.
What is the logic / reasoning behind your move to Australia? Where are you currently living?
Paying $100 to hostgator is nuts. Their VPS offerings are not really VPS at all IMO. If you want to pay that much, you’d probably be better off with something like the “Professional” plan at WPEngine.com
Migration to WPE (or any host) should be easy and can be made even easier by using WP DB Migrate Pro by Delicious Brains (just web search for it).
I can’t speak for all buyers but I’ll say that I’m looking for a BS3 based multipurpose WP theme supporting WPML / WooCommerce.
It’s not just you and it’s not just limited to ThemeForest either.
GoodLayers saidYup, that’s the best way to do it anyways.
A little Q, so just to make sure if we have our own custom post type like portfolio, personnel … etc… Do we have to separate them as plugins?
I like how Envato is upping the ante here. The gauntlet has been thrown. That’s why I’ll be buying the themes that are up to the challenge and may begin ignoring the ones that don’t (regardless of an author’s sheer inability, laziness or personal philosophy on why not to cooperate, etc) because that kind of modularity is just that awesome to me. I’ll also be more inclined to want to reward the author with my purchase if this additional effort has been made. It may even separate certain elites from other elites. I personally can’t wait to see what comes of phase 2 in November.
Definitely agree. I have also told several authors (privately through their profile page) that I’ve passed on their theme simply because I couldn’t see their theme options in the screen shots, etc. I’ve received responses stating it was an oversight, good idea, etc.
However, when I’ve come back a week later, it’s often the same way. Sadly, it then gets removed from my Bookmarks (which means I’ll likely forget about it entirely). I can’t imagine many buyers ask about it and are as patient as me though.
I think BUYERS will decide when enough is enough. Recently I’m starting to hear things like “to many features” and “feature overdose” from them
I see no problem with adding 500+ features so long as every one of those features can be disabled if desired. I personally dislike “feature overdose” themes that don’t provide me an easy way to slim them down. However, I realize this is a lot of work / easier said than done.