All fixed. Thanks guys!
Hmmm, Envato allows Authors to type in any attributes they want. I can see it now…
“WardPressed 5.3” – Customer says, “What the heck is WardPressed”?
“All Lastest Browser Versions!” – What does that even mean?!
“Super Duper Retina Extreme To The Max!” – That’s simply redonkulous!
All spelling, etc errors are intentional to illustrate a point. Perhaps it’s fine how Envato does it because spelling is an lost art and there’s something to be said for consistent verbiage. I can even be somewhat dyslexic on rare occassions. LOL.
Thanks for the heads up. With WordPress 3.5 out yesterday, I imagine there will be more than the usual amount of fixes becoming available in the coming days. Hopefully, it’s fixed soon.
The sorting dropdown wouldn’t appear to do anything no matter what sort I select.
Is this happening to anyone else?
Here’s something I haven’t noticed before in prior 3.5 releases (or simply missed)...
Is anyone else experiencing the inability to “Select All” in the Plugins section?
Am I alone in experiencing this behavior?
Why would anyone buy a website theme / design from someone that doesn’t have a website of their own?
I know I wouldn’t. It just screams amateur even if you’re a true professional and your theme is awesome. The impression you present will be critical to how your customers perceive you. Why disadvantage yourself right at the launch?
Any sale is just the beginning of a relationship with a new customer, how they’re treated post sale will determine whether they’ll come back, refer you to others, etc. If you’re merely in it for short term gain, you may not last.
Furthermore, will you not offer some kind of off-site support besides basic email? You’ll likely want a site for that. The item comments section here should not be considered sufficient IMO .
@turkhitbox, You’re lucky! Last time I got $60, I want to reduce the price, but I got the message from support center, they don’t agree to do it.
I must have overlooked this one due to the price. (not really). LOL . You’ve done a very nice job here.
Perhaps if you removed the CodeCanyon item “Slider Revolution” then they’d potentially approve your price decrease? Just a thought. Anyway, GLWS to you and the OP.
This is a global just a “Thank You” to those authors that already have taken the time to test and put out a 3.5 compatible version. You’re awesome! I appreciate it very much (and I imagine I’m not alone).
but the problem is no one updates so we’ve still got people using IE6 /7
The amount of people still using IE6 worldwide keeps going down. According to this site, it’s below 1% in many countries! Very encouraging. Shame on the countries that are still at 10% or above! LOL .