Yes, you can change it since you bought a license to use the theme
First let’s give a bit of attention to the words “Just kidding…” – was a joke
And I didn’t said the X user don’t know this or this, I said that almost of my buyers has this question and just don’t know how to do basic task, isn’t a insult, it’s a true – that I can say that applies for me, well, because I have a buyers base. My opinion, in a public forum where we say what we think about the SUBJECT .
I just don’t understand why you’re doing this comment fully unrelated to the topic, who is insulting directly somebody here is you
A standard license can be used in one domain, to one website. If you use it in another place, buy another one.
Even if you be approved, you’ll get a lot of angry users saying>
“Duh, this themes sucks, we can’t change the color of X thing…”
Mainly in WP area, where almost buyers read one WP tutorial and think that they are WP masters hahaha
Do you need a Super Fast host and that is at same time Cheap?
I think doesn’t exists
Almost of my buyers don’t know how to install the theme, just wondering what they would do if I require that they want install plugins hahahah
This thread is doing I think, let keep posting nice ideas and opinions, this can inspire the developers to improve the code quality of the themes.
Cheers, Rafael Angeline
They regret but purchased, right? The problem here is that if one developer stop doing this kind of thing, other ones will keep doing it, as you see, all the best seller themes has this kind of features.
So I think developers don’t want to risk the sales going alone to this path, since almost of us don’t fully understand the ramifications of the code that we include.
It’s a hard and sensitive question, that only would be solved if ThemeForest apply several rules and turn good practices in mandatory practices.
What I want to say, is that to solve this kind of problem, all the developers need stop – not only few ones, in true, mainly the top authors here must stop it to give a example to follow to new authors…
But isn’t a question of developers, is a question of the buyers.
We (developers) try do what sells and what sells is what customers wants, and customers don’t like the plugins (almost don’t like) – they need the function with the theme, don’t want setup a plugin, and we can’t just say.
“Come on, go find a plugin to the shortcodes, this theme is only to presentation” – in true, I can say it, but a another theme from other developer that has the code he wants will with all the sure get more money.
I’ll stay stuck with my only-presentation theme at 0-20 sales while the other theme that implements everything in the theme – even with a bad code, will have +400 sales….