Posts by billyf

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billyf
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Or in a simpler way…
$x = 1;
$y =- 1;

$x = $y;

Yay, I proved it !

No, you will get $x = -1 and $y = -1 if you use this method ;)

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billyf
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A regular license is only valid for one domain name and in one end product. You can check this page here : http://themeforest.net/licenses/standard

The definition of an end product :
An End Product is one of the following things, both requiring an application of skill and effort. (a)For an Item that is a template, the End Product is a customised implementation of the Item.

Full license details available here : http://themeforest.net/licenses/terms/regular

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billyf
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No, you will need the author’s permission to use and sell even if you purchased an extended license (same case for authors using plugins from codecanyon in their ThemeForest items).

If you buy the PSD and convert it to HTML for a single client’s website, I think you can do that. Read the full license terms here : http://themeforest.net/licenses/standard

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billyf
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billyf
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Hello, this is a general forum. Please contact the author here : http://themeforest.net/item/delighted-flat-ajax-bootstrap-3-dashboard/7228120/support

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billyf
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billyf
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I don`t think there is someone who write by hand 20.000-30.000 lines of code for a theme.

Of course not every single line has to be written every time. Established developers usually have their own framework to work on, whereas most authors use starter themes (for WordPress, such as underscores or bones) or frameworks such as bootstrap or foundation when they work on HTML templates.

Usually most of the HTML and CSS files are coded manually, only certain JavaScript files are downloaded if someone has already created those libraries / scripts (e.g. jQuery etc.).

However, I don’t think anyone managed to let a theme / template made by template builders to get through the review process. There’s simply no sophisticated template builders which parallels the quality of hand-coded websites, not any that I know of.

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billyf
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Thanks for letting us know. What is the target review queue processing time? Maximum 5 working days for an item to be reviewed? Recently there’s a new contest for WooCommerce, so there will be even more submissions within the next few weeks. Hopefully more reviewers can be added to the team soon.

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billyf
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You’re welcome. Shouldn’t authors have read the terms before submitting an item for sale here? Everything is clearly explained there : http://themeforest.net/legal/author
9. Exclusivity: When you become an author, you can choose to make your items available exclusively on the Envato Market or have the option of selling your items elsewhere. As we explain next, the percentage of revenue you receive from each sale of your item will vary depending on your choice. You can change your exclusivity status which will affect the percentage of revenue you get after you change your status.
Thanks again buddy, that means I have selected wrong option know? please clarify me on this? is the correct one Non-exclusive? I am not wiling to sale my item elsewhere. thank you!

As it’s clearly stated, if you sell exclusively at Envato Market (i.e. your item is only available here), then you can choose the exclusive option. You can also choose non-exclusive even if you sell it here only but that means you’re paying more author fees.

However, you cannot choose exclusive if you want to sell your item anywhere else while it’s still being sold here.

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billyf
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You’re welcome. Shouldn’t authors have read the terms before submitting an item for sale here? Everything is clearly explained there : http://themeforest.net/legal/author

9. Exclusivity: When you become an author, you can choose to make your items available exclusively on the Envato Market or have the option of selling your items elsewhere. As we explain next, the percentage of revenue you receive from each sale of your item will vary depending on your choice. You can change your exclusivity status which will affect the percentage of revenue you get after you change your status.
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