I understand that since now we’re not allowed to use any items from Envato marketplaces in any stock items.
My question is, what happens to themes that already include plugins from Codecanyon?
Sorry but I didn’t find any answer to this question yet. Thanks.
I don’t think you can include plugin from Codecanyon in theme for sale anymore: http://notes.envato.com/news/marketplace-license-upgrade/
I’ve contacted Envato Support with this query today, hope I’ll get an answer soon.
I’m not quite sure if theme updates really need approvals. Updates are not being checked in details as new theme releases. We’re probably just waiting for hours for somebody just to click the button.
Theme update can be sometimes quite crucial and it’s kind of frustrating to explain to customers that they have to wait 1 day until they can download a theme where we changed one small thing.
There should be also a history of old theme versions. So in case of an unexpected bug they can always download a previous version. These things are standard in software development for years.
The trends will be the same as always. Make “cool” websites with the latest tools that are responsive for Iphones and Ipads. Oh… and what the public wants. Trends kill creativity as you can see here in TF.
I agree with above, but public usually follow trends. Creativity can be to create something that is trendy but stand out from the crowd
Usually all themes from one author will work the same way as they’re sharing the same theme framework. Unfortunately (or sometimes fortunately) Wordpress does not have their own CMS framework therefore themes from different authors will work different way.
Have a look at Redmine.org It’s easy to use.
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