@chris Gotcha – There is a reported issue with php 5.3 with 7 hosts after researching…but thanks- I just wanted to let u guys know my findings.
I sent staff reply…to see if they could sticky this
We spent hours on end lookin at all the people affected with image problem (HTTP error on upload and the size data reading 0×0. The problem lies when the WP version does not work well with the PHP version. As of today the culprit is Version 5.3. Call your host and downgrade to 5.2 or upgrade to 5,4 – and all your problems are fixed It;s a shame Wordpress doesn’t say this on a sticky
Does anyone know a opencart theme or ecommerce that is similar to a printing site where you can upload images and select quantities and paper sizes??
agent8 saidThe price increased wasn’t aimed at a time-span of a few weeks. Themes were sold at US$35+ from the day TF started. If you see some early themes and compare them to the features our themes have nowadays, the difference is drastic. That’s why price had to be, understandably, increased.
Also as i stated earlier – I honestly see all of these themes the same in past few weeks. Not a lot of WOW factor coming out lately [...]
In March April / May there was variety coming out – I look for unique things – I understand what your saying – what Im saying is I feel there is enough of the same on here already – you know when u design – Envato tells you what they need and what they don’t need – I think they need more specialty themes for restaurants, nightclubs, musicians, etc – i see those templates have sold very well. Look Ive been here since 2007 so I do watch the changes
here’s what i suggest – keeping the prices $30-$45 each. adding some add-on puchases like advanced theme support – for $15-$20 custom page design for small modifications $30 i dont know – u get my point.
all themes should come with clear instructions on how to set up homepage, add media, create pages – because each template is a little different in features – Ive bought themes that i was lost because of poor instructions – and i know html/css/php
--im just not following how they made functions work – or how they chose to set it up.
envato needs to step it up and get update notifications – or a better way to notify buyers an update has been given.
I also have noticed some themes going out way to early – needing more work – leaving the end user frustrated. I see change logs without dates as well.
Price increase is understandable – but for designers ur not just selling 35 theme to one person. envato is allowing you and us to sell multiple times on one item – so if you make really nice theme – 3000 sales of 35 dollars brings you good money.
I was buying one / two themes a week just to buy and play with. Haven’t bought one since the increase simply because its too much unless I have a designated use for it.
Also as i stated earlier – I honestly see all of these themes the same in past few weeks. Not a lot of WOW factor coming out lately – Responsive themes are great, but not much other than the typical 960 grid look – predictable menu in the header – jquery slider of some sort – then your typical 3 call out boxes-or four underneath – then some more typical stuff – then the same looking footer that everyone has. As a coder – I just go and grab code and punch it in…where are the retro looking sites that are the fad now? Where are the music themes, there are 8000 photography templates and 15 restaurant templates…look if I see a theme like that – I will pay 100 for. My point is the quality – I know the work that goes in because I’m learning quickly – where are theatre themes? Irish pub themes, racing themes, Nightclub themes – are these too hard to design? As a designer I listen to the buyers. And again I don’t see a problem with the increase… I’m just more picky now….and as a designer – I’m not feeling a lot of the product coming out – Just my feelings.
I suggest you go over to tuts plus – and take some courses on typography and color / layout design – there is a good one from Ian Yates I think – about design and layout – go watch that