Is there any tutorial available about how to make themes for Woocommerce? Any good resources?
I was submitted a Site template about 5-6 days ago for review. Now I am unable to see that item in my dashboard. And Didn’t get any email about the review. What happened with my item??
+1 Thanks for sharing @KrownThemes
Gareth_Gillman explained it very well.
If this function will be implemented, then everyone will win:
- CodeCanyon authors will get more normal sales.
- Theme authors don’t need to update the theme each time an update is released for a plugin.
- Author will not be required to offer support for the plugins they recommended.
- Buyers will get only what they need.
- Buyers will not use out of date plugins, because they will have the license for each plugin they use.
- Buyers will not purchase a theme because it has included 10 premium plugins for free. They will look at the design first.
- Finally authors will sell themes not bundles
What to do with the existing items?Everyone who has included premium plugins within the theme package should remove them and add them to the list of used plugins. This will be a problem for the users who has purchased the theme previously, because they will need to purchase each plugin, but if they will have all the necesary info that exaplains why this is done, most of them will understand the situation. In the end everyone will pay the same price for the theme + more(if needed) for other plugins.
What if I don’t use any plugins from CodeCanyon but I want to use my own?If the plugin is free for everyone, upload it on WordPress.org, recommend it to be installed from there. If the plugin can’t be uploaded on WordPress.org, allow to be included in the theme package, in a separate folder(not the theme), and add the installation info in theme documentation.
How to make a theme to work without a page builder? In case if the buyer decide to NOT purchase one from CodeCanyon and I have not included one developed by me?The theme is made to display the data not to add it. If the user decide to not purchase any plugin, then the theme should work corectly anyway. If the theme blog and page systems are working, then it is OK, everything else is enabled only if the plugins are installed. Some examples would be:
That’s it. In my mind this looks like an excelent idea. Hope you, fellow members, like it also. And the most important, Envato to take this in consideration.
- The user does not need to create complex pages using a page builder, but it should be possible to create them using the WYSYWYG editor.
- The user does not need any of the features that the theme shows in the demo, but creating a blog website should be possible.
I personally think that theme authors from ThemeForest should not be allowed to include different premium plugins with their themes. We(authors) should add just the compatibility for these plugins and sell only the theme. Here is an idea:
I wish Envato one day will do this.
hi5place saidThis one
hi5place saidIt can take upto 3-5 days. Dont send multiple tickets or it will take even longer to get response. Also, try tweeting to Envato Support, I heard we get much faster response there.
About 24+ hours ago, I submitted a ticket. But no one respond me yet. Please respond my ticket.
My ticket id is 106975.Thanks
Thanks for the tip and reply.https://twitter.com/envatomarket this is their profile? right?