Hi everyone, Thanks for letting us know about the API rate limiting issues. We’ve identified the problem in our configuration, and have deployed a fix, so things should be working fine now!
Thanks for the quick fix.
Can you let us know when this issue started? I have been getting complaints from customers for almost 2 – 3 days. Not sure if it’s this, or something else.
I am having the same issue as Sam. Can someone please look into this? API is very critical.
Not sure if this has already been answered: what is the hourly limit on API calls? I have often encountered situations where my users weren’t able to authenticate the key because my API limit was over.
I don’t know what the number is, but it is pretty low. I hit the limit all the time while testing.
When you try to make understand the impact of EU VAT on your tiny e-com business:
ThemeRatio saidTell him to buy 6 regular licenses. One domain = One License.
One guy is asking that “will I use cleanmag template for my 6 blog with 1 Regular license” Now what should i need to tell him. He wants to purchase one time but he wants to use it with 6 blog. is it granted?
I think it is one installation = one license. Correct me if I am wrong.
We had our first WordPress Bangalore Meet today. We are looking to grow the WP Bangalore community, and have bi-weekly / monthly meetups.
Any Bangalore WP enthusiasts here?
I was surprised when I got the email message. Contests are always announced in forums / blog posts, but this one wasn’t. The email sounds a little spammy. Can Envato confirm this was official?
Also, sending direct messages to users should be opt-in, in my opinion.
It doesn’t feel ‘premium’
Looks old-school. Hit harder on design.
Your logo is boring, and so is the nav menu. The background for the header, as well as body is lacking in imagination. Same with the sidebar.
It just seems like something put together in 1 – 2 days, rushing for a deadline. A theme is more like a painting, than a meme or a doodle. Look at some of the newly approved themes, and then look at yours. Would you pay for your theme?