From what I know, yes you can move a theme from one domain to another.
We handle it just like WordPress states on wordpress.org
I would like Envato to start “fighting” for it’s authors. By this I mean to start giving us some sort of protection against abuse, or uninformed people. The most clear example of how not to do this, is the current state of mind that if someone has any sort of copyright issue (either big or small) with an item, instead of trying to guide that person to the author first and and see if they reach some sort of understanding, or do some basic investigation to see if the accusations stick, NO, the support just URGES them to file a DMCA. It’s like Envato is happy to get people to file DMCAs and get those items out of the marketplace. I can’t understand this attitude.
PS: By this I am not saying the Envato should protect those who infringe copyright. But from experience those people that have some claims don’t even fully understand what a DMCA is and what it’s implications are. They just have an issue and haven’t thought to contact the author first.
Paypal is instant (on the 15th of the month).
I think it was a pretty good month – without releasing any new theme we got around 700 sales, almost the same as the last month
TommusRhodus saidExactly! Those comments should go public at least, so we can reply to them.
How can we use the new system to improve buyers experiences now then?
I’ve just had a 1 star because the buyer perceives bugs in the theme. Thing is, the bug is related to WP Post Attachments, a slightly fiddly area of WP Usage, but something that I could easily help the buyer with if I only had some method of contacting them / replying now?The user has left no item comment, no emails, no support tickets, nothing. Just a buy, and a 1 star. So what can I do about this now? Do I just have to look at this and get annoyed, or is there any way I can help this customer?
61 sales and looking forward for a wonderful year
What about “Responsive” PSD template ?
As long as there is a web there will be a need for web designers. We may not be doing things like we do them today but design will never die, it will only have other problems to solve.