Just want to share my experience when developing a BuddyPress theme.
When I’m developing a BuddyPress theme, I am copying all the files from default bp-template inside the package to make sure I won’t miss any files/details.
That is where I begin.
Still refining and doing a massive sets of QAs before the final released in order to make sure there are minimal support.
Thanks a lot mate. Anyone else?
WordPress is built in 100% GPL. In this case, I want my themes and future plugins to be 100% GPL. However, I’ve already bundled Visual Composer and Slider Revolution inside my first theme. The question is, if ever my themes and plugins in the future become 100% GPL, am I still allow to bundle such plugins?
I’ll cut down my procrastination habits
So it was already on my PP account before I knew it! Thanks
dunhakdis saidHey @dunhakdis, glad to see your commitment to supporting and improving your items (it’s really a great theme!), but as it already had eCommerce integration it is not eligible for this contest. We certainly encourage you to submit any new themes with eCommerce and/or BuddyPress integration, and if they’re anywhere as good as Klein I’m sure they’ll have a great shot at winning some prizes!
Just updated my theme for better WooCommerce support. It also supports bbPress and BuddyPress.
Oh! My bad. Sorry about that. My next theme would have a WooCommerce, BuddyPress, and bbPress integration. A single theme can be eligible for both “Most Wanted” contest right? Thank you