Posts by loveetc

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loveetc says

Most of the WordPress themes seem to have included Revolution or Layer slider in them. However I think their integration is very poorly done.

Most of the themes include just the slider plugin as it is and let the user install the plugin and configure it, which very overly complex for a normal user as creating just one slider needs to configure 100+ options. Is it really the way? (ie. do nothing for the slider part, just buy extended license and leave everything up to the user).

My opinion is that if you want to include the slider, you should properly integrate it in the theme. For example instead of just copying the purchased plugin in the theme folder, you should just use the javascript part and set up own configuration options, or if you want to use the WordPress plugin, then at least modify its interface to remove all unnecessary options from it so that it is easier for the normal user to use it.

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loveetc says

It would be odd if they say ‘BLWS’ :D

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loveetc says

Reminds Flashy days ;)

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loveetc says

if you keep putting things off like I always do, do a backup now! :D

... or get a PC * fliesaway * :bigevilgrin:

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loveetc says

oh my…

on an item that has “HTML template” at the end. :D

Doesn’t matter, still FRAUD, FRAUD. :bigevilgrin::bigevilgrin:

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loveetc says


It’s ios7 + microsoft trend with light font. It will be popular. we’re all know it.

+1

iOS 7 is practically metro with lighter fonts :))

...and with the color which make you want to puke ;)

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loveetc says

Its always been same here, if a theme gets good sales, multiple copies of the ‘very inspired’ design pop up.

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loveetc says

Any WordPress theme created, regardless of it’s intended function must support everything that WordPress offers, therefore it should have support for blog articles, post formats and comments plus all the usual basic functions of WordPress.

Correct me if I’m wrong but I think a theme does not need to support the post formats. Just browse WordPress category on Themeforest and see how many of them support post formats, which makes me believe I’m not wrong.

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loveetc says

@Australia

..but you didn’t answer his question… so what does the fox say :bigsmile:

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loveetc says

There can be 101 reasons, its hard to guess since your message does not tell anything.

How you have tried to debug? You should check first if you are using Twitter API version 1.1. If you are. how you are using? Are you using any Twitter library? If yes, most of them use cURL, make sure your server has cURL enabled.

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