This happened to me once before too (Mac OSX , Chrome/FF/Safari). I restarted my computer and the CAPTCHA reappeared. Not sure why a restart worked, but it did.
Have you checked back with support? Maybe there was a typo or something.
Sounds to me like you’d take a hit from having duplicate content on all of your sites though, right?
I agree, digitalimpact. I also think part of Orman’s success is because it’s much easier to customize those themes. The backend isn’t a crazy hullabaloo framework full of functions, buried files in folders in files in folders in files, etc. That’s why I love developing themes from authors like Orman Clark, Mike McAlister, Jami Gibbs, Peerapong, and a handful of other ‘down to earth’ developers (in my opinion).
The ‘jigoshop_checkout.class.php’ is probably in the Jigoshop plugin folder (not the theme’s folder).
The terms are actually very clear to me:
Items purchased under a regular or extended license may NOT be redistributed or resold “as-is” or as part of any other collection of image resources or files.
The part where it says that it can’t be resold as part of any other collection of images resources or files is the key.
So no, you can’t buy a PSD (or any other template, theme, etc.) and resell it anywhere on the internet. The graphics are the property of the creator no matter what way you look at it. You can’t resell their work regardless of how you code it without their consent.
Thank you both for your help! It’s certainly set me on the right track to doing wp_enqueue the right way.
Is there a particular reason why you register and then enqueue your script?
Honestly I was just following the WP codex page for wp_enqueue_script but if I can just use wp_enqueue_script without also registering then I’ll do that.
Can you tell me why it’s better to add a hook on ‘template_redirect’ instead of ‘wp_print_scripts’?
Also, trying your function, srhnbr, still doesn’t work.
EDIT : Hang on! I think I had a typo when I pasted over your function. It’s working now! Holy cow….
Thanks for the response, P&K.
echo $slider_choice; doesn’t print anything in the header. Is it possible that functions.php (where the wp_enqueue function resides) is loading before the theme options which means the variable isn’t populating with that choice?