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indiapart says

Agreed. No offense but some accepted themes look horrible.

Guys, this is no critics on the reviewers, is it :depressed: ? I mean, they perfectly know which theme will work and stand out there in the marketplace, there is no doubt about this. They told me themselves so some times even!

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indiapart says

I got an invite, too. Who wants drop me a mail over the profile page u_u

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indiapart says

Agreed. It’s absolutely unclear that the ThemeForest Wordpress themes are not compatible with WordPress.com. When a service is advertised as…

... it would stand to reason that it should work with Wordpress. That’s what it states. There is no distinction in the description on the detail page for the theme between hosted with Wordpress.com vs. hosted through another service with Wordpress.org.

Sellers on Envato should know that a general confusion exists between users of Wordpress.com and Wordpress.org (this thread is evidence of it) and should simply point out that their themes are not compatible with Wordpress.com. It’s false advertising to sell under the umbrella and brand of “Wordpress” while not being explicit about the distinction between Wordpress.com and Wordpress.org. This should not be a deceptive game of insider baseball, where folks take money for their product and then expect the casual user (and, actually, the majority of Wordpress users) to know of this distinction.

This is somewhat ridiculous and absurd that I had to mention how ridiculous and absurd this is in fact. LOL .

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indiapart says

I just look at this similar as @duotive and @MelforDMThemes. Half of the support requests end with “PLEASE ANSWER ASAP BECAUSE MY DEADLINE IS TOMORROW AND MY CLIENT WILL KILL ME !”. I hate this. People who don’t know how to change the color of a text buy Themes and then do the “big webdesigner job”, grabbing most of the money on cost of Themeforest Authors. I think this is the main reason why You observed so many bad sites made with good Themes.

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indiapart says

Or upload again :P

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indiapart says

Hi, does anybody know if the use of desktopography wallpapers for theme demos is allowed? I see really many websites use images from there, but I could not find any information about this. Allowing to use images as wallpape doesn’t mean You may build them into own websites, too?

Best regards, indiapart.

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indiapart says

Hi,

if I did something cool I want to use with WordPress, could I publish this code not under GPL or any other free license (for example by mention an other license in the top code with comments) and maybe even sell it on Themeforest?

To clarify: This code would NOT interact in ANY way with WordPress Code. You could use this probably in any PHP program (so in PHP code I have a function with this code and then use this function in WordPress Hooks or whatever). The code itself returns only values, which I use to handle with WordPress. It’s not only PHP , also JS (at this point, it uses some jQuery and jQuery Plugins, but they’re all published under MIT license, too) and HTML and CSS and whatever ;)

Best regards, indiapart.

PS.: Don’t think please, I’m a egoistic spastic and don’t want to share my code for free ;) I want, I’m just about thinking in which way and where and got some other good reasons, why I would not want to share it. It’s not done by far anyway, too – it’s just an idea =)

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indiapart says
dpthemes said
I would just remove the purchase verification, it just complicates things for honest buyers. Say they are installing it on a machine without internet or if your server is down it will just cause errors. The verification could probably be easily removed if someone wanted to and it could then be shared.

Yes, I think, too. But I believe a reviewer once told me (I’m not absolutely sure I’ve understood him correctly as my English obviously isn’t that good ;) ) that a Theme can only reach maximum cost (it was in WordPress case and maximum was like 35$) if it verificates the purchase, which was my main reason to do the verification…

Best regards, indiapart.

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indiapart says
LandonWilson said
function_exists('curl_init');

:D Yeah. But obviously, if curl is not active, this would prevent the theme from output an error – but if curl doesn’t exist, I am not able to do a proper purchase key verification – and if I’m not able to do so the Theme will not work, too. So either this is no solution or I don’t see something.

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indiapart says

Just out of curiosity: I just built in the Envato_Marketplace.php (from the authors recources) to check for purchase verification, and the next day – a buyer asks about a curl error because his hoster obviously doesn’t allow curl or didn’t install it. This one case doesn’t worry me much, but if just the next day I get this question I’m expecting a bunch more of this support issues. You all just tell the buyer to contact the hoster? What if the hoster won’t activate, though? Will result in many negative ratings… Use file_get_contents()? Not the best solution. I’m thinking about remove the purchase verification again… =(

Best regards, indiapart.

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