The Demo Preview shouldn’t be more related to the author responsability ? I mean, Envato should be worried about what a client purchased and what’s included inside the package (including demo data import and all the assets). The demo, as it states, it’s just for demo purposes and any infringements should be addressed to the one that host the website (in this case – the author).
What’s happen if I link a site of an existing client that uses our theme, for demo purposes and with his agreement? Am I allowed to do so ?
To put it short: Because we can Now joke aside, it would be close to impossible to use the same standard plugin because we are talking here about premium themes that strive to be unique in design, and you can’t have this with standard plugins. Each theme has it’s own set of requirements design wise. We have made a plugin for shortcodes for our themes with the thought of reusing the same shortcodes in all of our themes (code wise), but it’s hard even for us to reuse all of them, and we end up breaking the standardization here and here. So I don’t see how all the authors here could pull it off.
This month has too many holidays
I am a little concerned about December with all the holidays.
Envato could do a Black Friday like this: give up on 10%-15% from their cut of minimum 30% so the authors would not loose anything, so no complaints or anything like that.
I am thinking of getting of these thingies also
Thank you God for getting that pesky Delete item button out of my way and making it less attractive I can now rest easy.
Oh and also thank you for letting me know that I will receive a confirmation message. That was a big unknown for me.
Only happened to me once and it was a complete shocker
Good job. You are such a welcomed member of the club.