Project complete. With both Stripe’s and WC’s APIs being fairly well documented, I was able to eventually accomplish this.
If it takes you more than 30mins to setup a theme with sample data available, then you’re definitely overestimating your job
If the job were only to simply install the theme and install the sample data then I’d agree since that takes often take 5 minutes or less. However, the time it takes to work the site would be relative to the size / scope of the theme and sample data supplied. After you’ve imported the sample data, you’re hardly done. You’ve then got to deal with the client’s additional content. I’ve never received complete content in 30 minutes or less, let alone setup a web site professionally in that amount of time.
Perhaps if I had a bomb strapped to my chest it’d happen but this isn’t about pizza…
30 minutes just isn’t realistic IMO. Good luck with that.
Sorry if you don’t like the answers you’re getting. Though please don’t cross-post as your other thread about this was already enough.http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/codecanyon-extended-license-who-handle-the-support/129989
If I buy an extended license from CodeCanyon (for example ABC slider) and use on my theme, who will handle the support for ABC slider? Me or the author of ABC Slider?
Is it legal if I give the ABC Slider’s license key to buyer of my theme?
You should always be actively trying (as much as you’re able to) to provide updates to the user. By purchasing the extended license, you’re in a way also agreeing to be the “go between” / “middle man” for your buyers. You should never recommend / suggest to any buyer that they should contact the author the plugin for support. You should make updates as quickly and frequently as is practical (ideally within the same business week that the plugin author makes them available). This will mitigate support inquiries to yourself and potentially some of the unjust injuries to other party. Do your support and updates well and your buyers may feel they can rely on you for such things. Of course, there will always be a percentage that still chooses to contact the 3rd party author but that is made lesser when the theme author is responsive. Many may only seek another support route if their first choice is unsatisfactory while the rest may simply be ignorant (somewhat unavoidable) of the fact that they aren’t licensed to contact the 3rd party plugin vendor.
No, it is not permissible to give your Envato license key to anyone outside your organization. Keep it private. The key entitles the holder to support and is often the only way an author is able know to provide support. You don’t want to permit any buyer to get support / updates directly by giving away such info. They haven’t paid for the privilege and it could also be considered an abuse of the plugin author. Any extended license holder that does this should have the license invalidated IMO. However, if any buyer wants to have updates / support more directly, they can always opt to purchase their own regular license. You can actually suggest this remedy, should you be unable to appease or provide the level of service any particular buyer is after.
When will you perform? Nothing more admirable than following a dream and achieving. Good luck!
Well, apparently no one is interested and / or able to comment on this. While I find this somewhat surprising in this large community of talented professionals, I shall try to develop a solution myself then.
Stripe works great with WooCommerce if used from any given WP website itself. This post is NOT a request for a payment gateway that sends orders to Stripe. I already have that implemented. I’m using the extension available from WooThemes.com
What I’m looking for is an existing WooCommerce extension that either regularly syncs with or works in a PUSH type manner with Stripe to IMPORT / pull in new orders and create orders, customers, etc when an order was placed with Stripe outside of WooCommerce.
Why would an order ever happen outside WooCommerce? Well because sometimes orders will need to be processed using something like (card reader in person on smartphone rather than website) – http://www.innerfence.com/stripe-mobile-app-card-reader
Yes, I already suggested just using the website (responsive) as an app. It behaves much like one. However, it lacks the ability to automatically / quick read a physical / plastic card in a POS situation
Anyone know of anything like this? Thanks in advance for any useful information anyone is able / willing to provide.
Have you viewed the page source in the browser and checked to see whether the JS path is actually valid / resolves? Any errors in the console?
Regardless of whether you use “wp_enqueue_scripts” or no, if it’s a bad url then it’s not going to load. Where / in what file are you enqueuing? Are you using an hook to run the enqueue code? This is all not at all specific to VC but JS and WP.
Aside from that also have a look here for VC specifics when you’re sure of the rest – http://kb.wpbakery.com/index.php?title=Category:Visual_Composer