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goofydadog says

You just said, buy a theme that actually include 30+ themes means you will buy a license for every site where you plan to use that same item. Why not buy a single theme design (with only one design and flexibility in the use and features) if at the end you would buy a new license of the same item for every site you would built? Assuming they would actually buy.

I will give you an example:

A insurance start up asks for a website. They need a basic 3-page site for now, but tell you that they want to add content slowly as and when they work out all the details, eventually evolving into a full site with all sorts of functionality. If you are a overworked web developer, and you don’t want headache later on, the easiest option is to use a theme that you are familiar with and one that has loads of options. As opposed to learning and modifying a new theme and for each and every small project.

For practical (+ legal) reasons, we get the client to purchase a licence so they can update it themselves.

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goofydadog says

Buyers who buy a license of that theme will only be able to use one of the “demos” and the rest of the “features” will stay as bloatware. It makes no sense

A lot of themes are bought by designers who once they know a theme, buy repeat licences.

When in a rush it is a lot better to have a theme that will cover any possible requirements from demanding clients than to use a theme that can’t do much, or even worse will not work with popular plugins.

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goofydadog says

I understand your concerns.

Demo’s simply demonstrate what can be built with these flexible themes. They are no worse than demo data with loads of different pages. Essentially they are just multiple homepage layouts.

Banning demo’s will not help the small time theme-coders compete with the large theme-teams and their big budgets. That is just the way competitive markets work.

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goofydadog says
but most links are still linking to Themeforest Sides!!!!

Sounds like the problem is with your theme and not the slider plugin.

Do you have the theme demo data installed? you should contact the theme author if you are having trouble.

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goofydadog says

If you are giving away anything nice, could we have a link? :kiss::kiss:

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goofydadog says

Any theme. Use pricing tables, most of the best sellers have pricing tables:

e.g: AVADA theme: http://theme-fusion.com/avada/pricing-tables/

Total Theme: http://totaltheme.wpengine.com/base/visual-composer/pricing-tables/

Or you van use a Plug-in:

http://codecanyon.net/tags/pricing%20tables?category=wordpress

Some of them have paypall built in like this one: http://codecanyon.net/item/fancy-price-table-wordpress-price-table-plugin/5171860

Good Luck
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goofydadog says

Are there any cinemagraphs for sale already? Where can I find them?

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goofydadog says
Documentation is here http://theme-fusion.com/support/documentation/avada-documentation/

Support is here: http://theme-fusion.com/support/

And every one, including my bin-men!, seem to use it: http://brantlegh.co.uk/

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goofydadog says

Hi, don’t forget to use a secure ftp client and never save the ftp password.

And if you use FileZilla be extra careful. A copy I was using was hacked once plus things like this:

http://www.intersites.com/guidance/suite_131/filezilla_hacked/
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goofydadog says

This is a general forum. Try contacting the theme author or check the documentation, which is online according to the theme homepage.

http://themeforest.net/item/seo-wp-social-media-and-digital-marketing-agency/8012838
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