I am not sure what they are called, but I am looking for a tool that is like an FAQ and ticket submission all-in-one if that makes sense?
So the customer can ask a question, if it has been answered they are shown the answer, if not it is submitted to us and we try to answer it.
Any ideas? Thanks
graphicriver and photodune? http://graphicriver.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&order_by=sales&term=sale
Thanks for the links.. its not quite what I am looking for.
I am looking for something like you see on the templates sold here..
A summer scene with text on it “Summer Sale” that kind of thing.
I was wondering if anyone had any good sources for getting stock product images? T-Shirts, dresses etc..
Also, the small marketing images like Features, Summer Sale etc..
If you are buying 1 template – customising it, working on it for 1 customer, then you are fine.
If you buy another template for another customer you are also fine.
If you want to use the same template for a second customer, but customise it differently.. then make sure you buy the same template, which is a second licence, for that customer.
You should be 100% legal and fine.
Showing items in your portfolio..
Just dont take credit for the work you didnt do. Do take credit for the work you did do.
Any buddypress guys or girls out there know this?
Find the file that has the reference to the image.
Copy it and put it in your child theme.
Now you can change the reference of the image to yours.. wherever you want to put it.
Copy the files that reference the text you want to change,
and change the text.
That should do it
Yes some customisations will be lost in updates..
The next possibility is to look at creating a child-theme
This will allow you to create files that are not effected by the update.
There are a number of tutorials on doing that on nettuts and even the woothemes site.
I dont know your skill level, so just offered the simplest way to make the edits.
A Child Theme should suit your needs in both cases
-EDIT- just offered a quick fix. USE A CHILD THEME
If the theme does not offer an admin area to do this in your Wordpress backend then it will involve doing a search and replace.
You can do this with most editors, but I recommend using SublimeText2.
You should make a backup of your site, zip it somewhere safe.
Connect to your site using an ftp client, maybe filezilla, this will let you access all the files that are being used live on your site.
If you right click in the image in the browser (on your site) and inspect it, it will give you the name of the file.
Then in sublimeText2 you can do a find “image name.jpg” in the theme folder.
You should see where that file name is used. Open the file. Where the file name is used, it should tell you the path to the file. Something like ../images/name.jpg
So now you know where the actual file is and where it is referenced in the code. You can just replace or edit and then save.
You then need to upload the changes.. maybe using filezilla.
Hope that helps