16 sales so far, I’ll be releasing a new item next week so I’m pretty optimistic it will be a good month
Very good start! But I think adding horizontal scrollbars for new items, featured items is not a really good idea. It’s way better to just collapse all items vertically.
Look at your HTML output when you have them manually in the head, and when you’re using wp_enqueue_scripts. What’s the difference? Do the path in your script point to the correct location? Keep in mind that get_template_directory_uri() returns a URL path to the theme root directory, not the site root.
When you’re already using wp_register_script with all the arguments, you only need to call wp_enqueue_script with the script handle. so after wp_register_scripts as on your code above, you only need to call wp_enqueue_script( ‘supersized’ );
Was shopping at Amazon yesterday and the exchange rate was ridiculous. PayPal’s is way better.
gohero saidThis new plugin by my all time favorite developer will suit all photographers needs :)\ http://photoswipe.com
subsolar saidNo, fullscreen slideshows don’t work with photography. They work if you’re promoting a hotel. Photography would need a monochrome background (in slideshow mode, for instance) and to display the maximum size possible without cropping the picture.
Thank you for all that information! You have in mind – backgrounds that are not images? Because there is always some cropping when viewed on different screen sizes.
I’m developing a photography theme right now, and seems like I’ll be adding PixProof support after the initial release. (which I just know about after reading this thread).
After 10 days of February, sales have been very good, and I haven’t released anything for two months. Actually sales are dropping because of the multipurpose themes raises the quality standards you need to have decent sales. The same looking themes and templates, with the only difference in the headers and animations won’t sell anymore. That’s what I saw since last year.
I thought it was the sound of a game, but it was the sound of the extension! Very cool
It seems your customer uploads the zip file including the docs etc. directly into his site, just tell him to first extract the zip file and take the theme out of the zip package before installing.