Searched the forum but found nothing quite the same since they all want to give away a free copy without any purchase.
I was wondering If i was permitted to buy a license of one of my own themes and then giving that license away in a giveaway? Or should it actually be purchased on the account of the person who recieves the theme?
Thanks guys, Kind regards
When I have to deal with customers like these, when they were making a lot of change requests and requests difficult customizations, I also recommended them to contact Envato Support for a refund, if the item is not as advertised or it it doesn’t work as expected…. After all, when you buy pants for instance, you can’t expect them to transform into a coat, right? When you buy the pants, you see that they are pants – not a coat.
Best possibility I feel
Thanks for all the kind replies and help! I knew i missed something.
Hey guys I’ve got a small question:
Is it possible to get the category, author and the date of a next/previous post. I want the user to view a certain post, scroll down and see the next post title (which was easy to achieve by just using:
<?php previous_post_link('%link'); ?>) with the author, category and date.
Is this even possible? looked all over google but couldn’t find an answer
Thanks in advance!
You’ll probably find something usefull here: http://themeforest.net/category/wordpress/blog-magazine/news-editorial
Why wouldn’t it be mac friendly? All themes here support all major browsers (IE, Firefox, Safari (mac browser), Chrome, Opera). The theme you are reffering to is compatibly with: IE8, IE9, IE10, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome.
The logo of ThemeForest you are talking about can definitely be removed, it is just a toolbar from ThemeForest that they place on theme previews!
It seems to be a really solid theme However the marketplace is flooded with themes that resemble this one!
Use this as your framework, it is loaded with awesome features already, and just work on the design to make it stand out more
Good luck man!
It means your host has set a limit on the max size you can upload. Either edit your php.ini file to allow a larger filesize or contact your host about it!
This almost seems as if they mistakingly accepted it and then decided on a lower price? Why else would they do this?