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It’s too bad the title of this thread can’t be changed to “Who has got an awesome and UNIQUE WordPress Drag and Drop Page Builder in their theme” to discourage postings about themes that feature the common / pedestrian / unmodified / uninspired copies of VC. Including VC in your theme isn’t awesome, it’s easy. It’s almost becoming the status quo here. Though there are some really talented authors out there doing some truly awesome things with their extended license purchase of VC.

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Thanks for putting a note, the problem that you mentioned has been fixed. We’ve optimized the product about 40% :). So it should works smoothly.

I see. Just tried it again – better. However, I’ll suggest the following…

1) The “Text Settings” popup / modal dialog is far too small (specifically the actual WYSIWYG content editor area) especially on large monitors with resolutions of 1920×1080 or 2560×1600. Feels somewhat claustrophobic in there. It’d be nice if it dynamically re-sized to fit the width of the screen. If that causes too many issues, making it bigger or even offering an option to specify the width manually would be great.

2) It’d be nice if the ””Full” state remained / persisted after the “Publish / Update” was pressed. It seems to want to keep reverting to “Compact” mode every time. Don’t know if that’s intentional or not.

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WPWiseOwl
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Here you go:

My own Drag & Drop GT3 Page Builder http://www.gt3themes.com/wordpress-gt3-page-builder-plugin/

There will be an official release soon. You will be able to use it in the themes for sale on TF ;)

Does it support Bootstrap v3 and a 12 column / (at least an) 1170px grid? Bootstrap 2 and 960px grids just aren’t enough for my needs these days.

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Why not just allow one “base” theme for a “base” price

If the author likes to offer a Woocomerce version (s)he should build an additional WP plugin
If the author likes to offer a BuddyPress version (s)he should build an additional WP plugin

This way buyers get what they want (more features for more money), people don’t turn away cause of “bloated themes” and the homepage/popular page doesn’t get flooded

A decent idea. That sounds like something that could possibly work. I’d support that kind of model anyway. The only problem with it is TF author may not want to be CC authors as well and the TF home flood is perhaps just shifted to CC instead? Authors that did this would get likely additional exposure by having Plugins.in addition to their Themes. That’s either a positive (IMO) or negative depending on how you look at it.

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I would think one regular per client site would be enough as long as the buyer isn’t reselling your plugin inside a hosting bundle that includes your plugin. Even better would be for the clients to purchase the regular license themselves.

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I suggest doing your research before investing in a theme. If you’re not comfortable either doing the research or can’t visualize how your site would look in a given theme. You may benefit from hiring a professional to properly guide you who may prevent you from making one or more potentially costly mistakes?

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Thanks, Envato! It’s appreciated.



All modern smartphones can display full page (HD), there is too late for responsive layout.
Responsive isn’t just about making the website display on a mobile device…I have a new smartphone and using this site on is horrible so I don’t bother, and I probably am not alone

Indeed you aren’t alone. I totally agree.1000%. It is needed and about more than just whether or not a site can load on any given mobile device or not. ;-)

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WPWiseOwl
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Here’s a potentially helpful link to those having issues post update…

http://develop.woothemes.com/woocommerce/2014/02/solving-common-issues-after-updating-to-woocommerce-2-1/
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Interesting. That would appear to be Core error, not necessarily generated / caused by WooCommerce 2.1

In any case, if you’re not already using isset() before operating on any variable you should be.

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All throughout the 3 betas and 2 RCs that were released leading up to the final release, I was able to fix any hiccup that I found in my custom themes, custom plugins and sites.

I can imagine it’s quite a shock for those decided to wait until now to check things out for the first time or the first time in a long time. From experience, I know it takes way less time to spend a little bit of time here and there rather than all at once post release. I would have been quite frustrated had I waited.

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