I’m very happy that you guys “re-opened” the old thread. Hope somebody from Envato will join us
Good idea, after 4 years I wish to have a holidays without worrying about support questions
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Have a look at our most recent theme called Langwitch. You can test admin panel before purchase. And everything is fully localized to german
We have an issue with our most recent theme. Theme suggests 96MB of PHP memory limit setup up in order to work safely. Theme cannot pass through reviewal process because of that.??
Is is a new rule we have to follow? If yes – why isn’t such a thing written in Wordpress theme submission guidelines?
Many best selling themes are suggesting 128MB in their documentation and support forum. ??
Default memory limit PHP is suggesting in general is 128MB: http://www.php.net/manual/en/ini.core.php#ini.memory-limit??
Just to make it clear – our theme will install with less memory than 96MB, but if you activate new plugins and have more pages or you’ll be making big imports/exports you’ll come to a point that it’ll stop working (as any other theme). You’ll end up with not working website just because you didn’t increase your memory limit right at the beginning.
I’ve opened also a support ticked but would like to hear an official statement regarding that as it might help other authors as well.
revaxarts saidAre you saying you can post comments to envato sites? Could you share the code with us? Cheers.
I’m using dtbaker’s envato scraper class. I’ve added a
post_commentmethod which needs the original comment id and the item id.
well I’ve made a very dirty solution but it works. It’s not that easy though.
- Get the comment ID and the item ID from the notification email
- Check if it’s a new comment otherwise check ID for the starting comment
post_commentto post the comment
The first two steps are the hard ones and it took a while to make it work. However if Envato decided to change something (email notification, HTML markup,..) it probably will break.
This is the reason I really don’t like too share that piece of code since it will require ongoing development . Also a lot additional code is required cause the response is from Helpscout (which is in the middle).
Sometimes I get strange characters in my emails and comments get posted twice randomly – so pretty buggy. I’m sure Dave has something better/differentI didn’t tested it with the RSS feed but I guess there’s no comment ID at all. If you find a good way to get the comment ID via the email or the feed I’m happy to know
Thanks mate, we’ll have a look at it
Have a look at our theme Directory or Business Finder, you can use them for that purpose no problem.
ait saidOr at least ability to assign “Support” role to other Envato users, so that they can answer comments directly inside theme area.
Hey Guys, any update on ability to post comments via API? It would be really helpful to be able to shift answering comments to somebody as with increasing number of sales it’s becomming a full time job.