Hello I am thinking about integrating http://www.highcharts.com/products/highcharts with a template. Now it has a free license for personal use and for commercial use the user would need to buy a license (or me not sure..)
Is it possible to integrate such tool?
Information on the license is here : http://shop.highsoft.com/highcharts.html
Thanks mate. I am waiting on a answer from support as well
Best regards, Joao Garin
I appreciate all the help in this.
If I could ask someone on themeforest (from the team) what I can do here since its obvious I cant provide a theme using https://material.angularjs.org/ in a non angular version? What should be done? I surely would love to have the item here and have in fact been requested by buyers for such a theme (see my other admin theme in comments section)
So what can be done? Or its just not possible to have a theme using this framework? that would unfortunately have been a huge time loss =/
Anyway appreciate all the info. Feel free to answer by private message also If that is more suitable in this case.
Best regards, Joao Garin
There are plenty of Angular themes without any “html only” version.There is in fact a theme or two who have both Angular AND HTML versions in separate themes (separate items). So if HTML only is required what is the HTML as a separate item doing then? I could give at a minimum 5 to 10 items as an example but that’s not at all what I want to do here..because I think they are doing the right thing. They are not adversiting something that is not there or anything like that. Its an Angular item, it could not be in any other category other then HTML (because that is what it is..) All content is static, hardcoded easy to change no installations required whatsoever.
And regarding the “My HTML is not working.. bla bla bla”. I get it but I dont think you know what you are saying entirely..That just does not happen. Its HTML, pure static, copy and paste on the webserver HTML like any other. We are talking of Angular like its some kind of server side language or like I am writting font size in rem without a px fallback..It needs no fallback. its not different from jquery, requirejs or underscore.js. I would see more problems being raised by using things like Grunt or Bower..Anyway they are good practices and we shouldnt hold back from it, in the long run buyers who are not familiar will learn and be grateful (like it happened time and time again and its a great thing).
However what I would like to know is what the difference is for this specific item..because I know for a fact this as not been like this and its not like this for many Angular Items (most if not all). I have Angular items and know of people that have other Items and I never heard about having to make a fallback for the Angular code.
Now regarding this theme specifically it uses ng-material a material design framework designed by google especially for angular. I cant just replace hundreds of tools (directives services etc) for something else, that would be a different theme entirely. So I dont really understand whats expected except for an answer like “you cant use ng-material” which would surprise me a lot since I have seen demand for it explicitely including in my own themes.
Regarding the category I am pretty sure Isubmitted in admin templates. I willcheck this nontheless.
Yes I might have forgotten to mention it is an admin theme;p
Its an admin theme with angular..pretty normal around themeforest. Not my first also so I don’t quite understand.
I have uploaded an item, it was accepted and soft disabled 2 minutes after with the following message :
“Please include an html only version in this item. Sorry, I missed this in the last review and it is required.”
I do not understand, this is a AngularJs template, it is HTML..but of course it does require angular. I really do not understand what should be changed. There are many AngularJs templates and they do not have a HTML “only” version online.
I am just posting this here in case someone can clarify me before answer from support where I will post a ticket to clarify it.
I have uploaded an item before the end period but still don’t know if it was accepted as it’s still in queue. In the beginning of this thread it says the following :
“What to Do After Your Items Are Approved
Once your items have been approved, do the following as soon as you can:
Complete the Most Wanted Entry Agreement. By doing this, you agree to keep any winning entries online for a minimum of two years. Post your approved entries in this thread.”
However the terms and conditions for contests states the following :
“To be eligible, authors submitting items during the competition period must complete an online authorization form and agreement by the end of the competition period…..If an author has not completed this step before the end of the period, their item will not be eligible for a prize regardless of when it was submitted. So hurry over to this link and complete this step after submitting your item”
My question is, should I have filled in the form before even knowing if it was accepted?Or should I only do it after the item is actually accepted?
Right now I haven’t done it so in case of having to submit the authorization form before the end date I guess I am out of the contest even if its accepted.
Items need to be submitted but not approved before the 13 right?
So, if I went to the local 1st grade classroom and did a survey where I asked “Who expects ice cream for afternoon break?” I’m gonna take a wild guess and assume that the majority will want ice cream! Many, who did not even know ice cream was being considered will, of course, express their desire for ice cream!
Right on the money. This is basically what happened..