is there a budget?
I’m using the CloudWork-Verifi plugin on my support forum, i have not received any complaint yet about registrations not working, i’ve also had a really quick look inside the code of the plugin but i haven’t noticed any file_get_contents or curl calls, is anyone using this plugin too and having any problems with it?
I use WordPress built in functions, that does most the grunt work, though they’ve updated a few things since WP 3.6 so I need to go back and take a look. I pretty much forked Jeffery Ways API class and converted it using WP’s core functions heres the class https://github.com/chrisakelley/Envato-API-WordPress-Class it still needs a ton of testing/work though It didn’t seem like many people were interested in that plugin/class so I haven’t spent a ton of time on ithttp://codex.wordpress.org/HTTP_API
no, the only thing exclusive means is you cannot sell the exact SAME item elsewhere.
So if you have a WordPress theme for sale here, you can sell the PSD/HTML elsewhere if you want
You may want to leave some contact information(only authors have contact forms on their profiles ) as well as a budget range
What if I didn’t checked on Item Edit, checkbox “Notify buyers…”. How all those 200 buyers can happily find my greatest update? Is the only option to re upload item once again? Heard of smkd of plugin that integrates in theme for notifications
just make a small update(or don’t update anything all) and check the box, leave a funny note for the reviewer that you forget to mark notify buyers
Ajax is difficult for google SEO crawl.
not when done correctly https://developers.google.com/webmasters/ajax-crawling/
no a regular license won’t work, you could do it with an extended license AND permission from the author of the item
No do not send us the original PSD itself – when you submit a PSD here a “Demo version” has to be hosted. Click any PSD for sale here and see what we mean. This shows all the different individual pages – that’s the version that would be helpful.
PSD’s don’t require hosting anywhere, you submit the actually file for review
For 2 main reasons:
1. Not every designer is also a skilled developer.2. Not every developer wishes to purchase a CMS theme for extra cash, when all they need is the cheaper HTML version.
+ php versions dont change the price enough to make it worth it with the amount of sales in the site template category, its more realistic to spend the time developing it to a WordPress theme