@duotive I never payed close attention and assumed it was a script or something. I thought to myself: here comes another CU3ER . Wow, so that’s custom built! In that case, big thumbs up for both the idea and the implementation!
Hope this is what you guys are talking about and I don’t make a fool of myself.
Great designers know how to “steal” (inspiration we call these days) and not give the source away, because they add their own touch. They didn’t seem to do that.
@seal Back to the topic at hand… I wouldn’t worry about it too much, other than the actions you took so far.
Amazing achievement indeed! Now someone give him the heads up about this thread, so he can come and thank us all! I don’t think he spends much time on the forums.
It would be nice to see a response from the support team.
Since this seems (maybe it’s not) such an easy thing to fix, not having an official response only makes things worse. Much worse! I think everyone of us would rather have a quick response saying “stuff happened, we’re still trying to fix it” instead of the silent treatment.
hehe nice thread! Check this out: one of my first designs back in 2003: http://www.elsid.ro/_en/index_en.html Oldies (but not so goldies! )
that’s not that badsome of my current clients want websites like those :))) web-design is quite in the dark ages here in romania :)))
Hmm… I wonder why?
I initially thought that they’re soft disabled themes being released into the marketplace again. That would have been cool, cause I have two soft disabled themes.
I second that!
Thanks! Figures why CodeCanyon didn’t return any results when searching “codeclass”.
@chrismccoy: Forgive my ignorance, but what is adminclass? It definitely sounds like something I could use to save time. Thanks!
I actually had two of my themes soft disabled. One of them had some issues on the demo site (that I didn’t have time to take care of), for the other I don’t know the reason. Doesn’t matter, cause I’m planning on updating them for WP 3 .0 and adding a fresh look as well.
Anyway… shameless self promotion aside… what I’m trying to say is that the fluctuation in theme count is indeed just the staff doing their job.