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fillerspace says

9904th…soon to be number 1! 8-)

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fillerspace says


however, your template brings absolutely nothing new “to the table”.
I do not mean to be rude in any sense, but Please, please stop using this. This is very much over used sentence and does not have any meaning. Please, look at the very recent “multipurpose” themes by the elite authors and let me know if any of them bring “anything new” on the “table”.

I personally like the design, but I agree that it isn’t necessarily groundbreaking. It’s like other themes, but that is to be expected. That’s the way it works in all industries. Next year’s car models are going to have an engine, doors, wheels, and seats that look a lot like this year’s models. Every once in a while you get something revolutionary like the Prius or the Tesla that raises the bar, but for the most part they stay pretty much the same. I’ve been a Themeforest member for a few years, and there have been maybe 3 or 4 major leaps forward (WP options panels, sliders, responsive, page builders), but in between you’ll see iterations on similar themes, and that’s not a bad thing, because it gives you more choices.

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fillerspace says

Start with the low-hanging fruit. This is an HTML5 template, but you don’t take advantage of the new HTML5 tags for semantic markup:

<div class="navbar menu top" role="navigation"> </div> should be <nav class="navbar menu top" role="navigation"> </nav> <div class="row"><!-- item 1 --></div> should be <ul><li><!-- item 1 --></li></ul> <div class="title"><h1>what we do</h1></div> should be <header><h1 /></header> In the posts section <div class="item" /> should be <article></article> <section class="footer"></section> should be <footer></footer> scripts should be inside the closing body tag.
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fillerspace says


Any idea of the price range for Ghost themes? They seem pretty minimalist (no admin backend, etc), so maybe just a little more than an HTML template?
I think these can be in the same range as Tumblr themes, because of “the hype” :) TF will be the first with Ghost themes now.

Good point! Thanks

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fillerspace says

Any idea of the price range for Ghost themes? They seem pretty minimalist (no admin backend, etc), so maybe just a little more than an HTML template?

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fillerspace says

All of my items were reviewed within 24 hours

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fillerspace says

$wpdb-> should not be in a SQL query. $wpdb-> is used to access WP database object methods in PHP. Once that is fixed, see if it works:

SELECT 
        wp_users.ID AS n_user_ID, 
        wp_users.display_name AS n_user_display_name,
        wp_users.user_registered AS n_user_user_registered,, 
        wp_users.user_email AS n_user_user_email,
        t1.meta_value AS n_user_contact_phone, 
        t2.meta_value AS n_user_matricula, 
        t3.meta_value AS n_user_marca_vehiculo, 
        t4.meta_value AS n_user_ modelo_vehiculo
FROM wp_users
LEFT JOIN wp_usermeta AS t1 ON t1.user_id = wp_users.ID 
LEFT JOIN wp_usermeta As t2 ON t1.user_id = t2.user_id 
LEFT JOIN wp_usermeta AS t3 ON t2.user_id = t3.user_id  
LEFT JOIN wp_usermeta AS t4 ON t3.user_id = t4.user_id 
WHERE t1.meta_key = 'wp_contact_phone' 
AND t2.meta_key = 'wpc_matricula' 
AND t3.meta_key = 'wpc_marca_vehiculo' 
AND t4.meta_key = 'wpc_modelo_vehiculo'
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fillerspace says

Why not just save the text string instead? You could avoid SimpleXML comepletely

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fillerspace says

Release new items. When I release a new item, the older items get a bump in sales.

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fillerspace says

I think there is a misconception that all PHP in a WordPress plugin or theme is automatically GPL-licensed. When the Free Software Foundation did its analysis back in 2009, the WordPress themes they looked at (default and classic) were little more than index.php, page.php, single.php, and a functions.php file. Basically wrappers around The Loop. Of course these are clearly derivative of WordPress code, and subject to GPL. Now that themes are more complex, and include functionality that could really stand alone without WordPress, this code should not be subject to GPL.

An example would be a plugin that analyzes the text of a post to evaluate SEO, such as placement of H1 tags, keyword density, links, etc. This could be a standalone script, with a proprietary license. The fact that WordPress loads it and fires it using the save_post hook is incidental, and should not subject the entire script to GPL.

The way I have been approaching it is to put more of the logic in JavaScript, and just use the bare minimum WordPress functionality when absolutely necessary.

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