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hexahedron says
1. I need to slow down the slider on the index page. I’ve used the steps in the documentation provided with the template and it is not working.
Chances are you’re not doing it right.
That template seems to be using NivoSlider, here’s the documentation of the slider js-plugin.
You’d need to edit /js/custom.js, Find:
$('#slider').nivoSlider({
        pauseTime:5000,
Change the value of “pauseTime” in milliseconds (5000 for 5 seconds).

3. On all images, when clicked on there’s a caption of “undefined”, I cannot figure out where to edit that.
<img src="images/gallery/4col-3.jpg" class="bordered_img last" title="HERE GOES MY CAPTION FOR LIGHTBOX" alt="Eye/Hand Coordination with the Marsden Ball" />
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hexahedron says

I appreciate the response and that will get my site back up, but it still doesn’t fix the issue of the theme I just bought for $40 and isn’t working. lol I need to understand why this theme I just bought isn’t working?????

Does this error message make sense to anyone???

Fatal error: Class ‘Walker_Nav_Menu’ not found in /home/content/s/p/y/spyder420/html/skincare/wp-content/themes/BeautySalon/warp/systems/wordpress/helpers/system.php on line 589

What version of WordPress are you using?
Follow post #3, login to WP-Admin, update the WordPress core and/or disable all plugins and try activating the theme again. If all that failed, contact BDThemes.

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hexahedron says

Well, there’s your problem.

Open functions.js,
Find this:
//display the success text
result.find(".success").fadeIn();
Add after/before:
window.location.href = 'http://google.com';
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hexahedron says

That’s some messed up code. I’m hoping it’s not a WordPress theme.

Anyway, try this:
<?php 

if(isset($_POST[‘name’]) && isset($_POST[‘email’]) && isset($_POST[‘message’])) {
    //Insert your email address
    $mailTo = "davebruzzese@gmail.com";
    //Insert the default subject of the email
    $defaultSubject = "Benefits of an Automated Time Clock Solution-Landing Page";

    (isset( $_POST['subject'] ) ) ? $subject = $_POST['subject'] : $subject = $defaultSubject;

    $name = htmlspecialchars(urldecode($_POST['name']));
    $mailFrom = htmlspecialchars(urldecode($_POST['email']));
    $message_text = htmlspecialchars($_POST['message']);
    $headers = 'Content-type: text/html; charset=UTF-8' . "\r\n";
    $headers .= 'From: '.$mailFrom;
    $message =  " 
                    <head>
                        <title> $subject </title>
                    </head>
    Benefits of an Automated Time Clock Solution - Landing Page    

    Name/Company name: $name

        E-mail: $mailFrom

    ";
    $message .= "Message:

    $message_text
    ";

    if (mail($mailTo, $subject, $message, $headers)) {
        header("Location: http://www.google.com/"); 
    } else { 
        echo "Some errors occurred, try again."; 
    }
}

?>
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hexahedron says

Rename the theme (BeautySalon?) folder. That’d trigger WordPress to fallback to the default theme.

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hexahedron says

Are you saying you cannot upload your theme to the wordpress.org repository ? Sure you can. Regarding commerce, this is what they say:
Commercial versions of free Themes (i.e. “freemium” or “up-sell” Themes) are required to be released under GPL-compatible licenses Commercial versions of free Themes must not lock core WordPress features behind the commercial paywall Up-sell Themes may be subjected to more rigorous or additional Theme-Review requirements, at the discretion of the Theme Review Team

What I was saying is WordPress.org repository is not a platform where you can sell stock themes. Sure, you can go the freemium model but that’s not really like ThemeForest, is it? You’d be using the repository as a marketing tool only.


Going to have to disagree. Selling a “token” that can be used on another site for whatever purpose is not distribution. Obviously this wouldn’t happen but I’m just trying to illustrate the hypocrisy.

But that token does what? If some custom functionality is locked outside the theme that can only be accessed via API key, then I agree, it’s not distribution and GPL doesn’t apply (to that custom functionality) because you didn’t give the source code. If the token is an access to downloading the source code, that’s distribution.

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hexahedron says

Whoops, sorry. Links to correct post though. :P

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hexahedron says

That is what Wordcamp is asking, that a GPL option be provided in the marketplace. It is not necessary as any author that wants this option can very well use the wordpress.org repository.
WordPress.org is not a marketplace for stock themes. And no, “commercial” page is a bad comparison.


So here’s how ThemeForest can get around this. Instead of offering direct downloads, they can just sell a subscription to a “download service” run by a third party. Then they’d just be selling a “service” and the two situations would be exactly the same.
Letting buyers download the theme is distribution. I’m not sure how else a stock themes marketplace can operate. WordPress wants Themeforest to allow authors choose their license (split or 100% gpl), which will essentially screw up TM’s business model (and make their non-regular licenses meaningless). And apparently Matt doesn’t mind a little bit of arm-twisting.
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hexahedron says



is not the tos. I want the source code for the premium themes listed here

http://theme.wordpress.com/ I want them for free since the themes must be 100% GPL
100% GPL != Free.
really? what a surprise.

I don’t know what you’re being sarcastic about, you said: “I want them for free since the themes must be 100% GPL”. GPL doesn’t force you to publicly distribute your code.
You could take all your custom functions out of your theme and put them on a hosted service that can only be accessed via API. In such case, you’re selling the access to those functionalities for the theme. ref

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hexahedron says


Could you please provide a link to those terms? I just found the ToS of wordpress.com which probably isn’t what you mean.

is not the tos. I want the source code for the premium themes listed here

http://theme.wordpress.com/ I want them for free since the themes must be 100% GPL

100% GPL != Free.

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