April 2013 : 278 sales
Allow me to disagree with you. You don’t need to add 100 options in order to allow the buyer to use 20. You will need to add 20 features, that the buyer will use.
The WordPress mantra is “Decisions, not options”. I try to follow it entirely with all my products. Even with some of my latest themes, I tried to include every feature the buyer would use for their political websites. Not pricing tables, not any other silly shortcodes. There are enough of those both free and premium. If they really need those features, there’s no point of me including those in the theme. I’ll direct them to the appropriate websites and that’s that.
Waiting patiently and silently for the results
Wow, Wilson looks damaged!
I was amazed by the speediness of my package arrival. The care pack was in literally 5 days in Romania! I was thinking it will take it three weeks or so but everything was done so fast!
Here’s a small snippet to get you started:
$post_type = 'wpcf7_contact_form'; $args = array ( 'post_type' => $post_type, 'posts_per_page' => -1, 'orderby' => 'menu_order', 'order' => 'ASC', ); $contact_forms = get_posts($args);
Oh that’s great to hear! I can’t wait to see the results, how is everyone else doing
When are you going to end it? At 100 ?
Currently on a 100 Mbps for $12.
Filled it! It should prove to be interesting.
+1 for WooSidebars.