I have a feeling this was done in an effort to compete with the likes of Squarespace. It makes sense to me.
This is awesome! Thank you for making this available. I am actually developing a theme right now for selling stock images with Woocommerce and I think I’ll download your plugin to give it a try. I’m currently developing it while using EDD. I wonder how yours differs.
I’ll be in contact if I have any questions
Sure I don’t see why not and your demos would load so much faster too. Although, I don’t think server space is the issue but rather server resources with that many demos.
2 man team for now but can certainly grow as demand grows.
1. That’s right! Any buyer that purchases an item will get free updates regardless of whether they have support or not – same as today.
Thanks for clarifying.
On the topic of support I think this is going to have a bit of a negative impact when replying to customer inquiries as we try to figure out when was the customer original purchase date. This is easy to determine when customers send a support inquiry through the author’s profile page as the purchase date comes in with the inquiry but what about us authors whose primary support isn’t from our profile page?
Would be helpful if we could check the items a buyer has purchased from us that also includes purchased date. Otherwise, how will we know to route them back to Envato to purchase support?
“All updates provided by the author will continue to be available to buyers with a license.” The way I read that is users can only get updates if they have a support license.
I’m sure what they mean by “with a license” is the themes “purchase license”, not support license. Maybe I’m wrong? Can anyone at Envato clarify this?
On that note, +1 for an extra bump in revenue.
As many of you have suggested, scrolling to the bottom of the page in order to purchase is not a good experience and we are looking into improving that at the moment. We aim to have an updated version later this week -we will update you as soon as that is ready.
That’s great news! Thanks
Just checked out my theme description with ?responsive=true and looks good to me.
However, I do agree with @nathanknight that it doesn’t make a lot of sense to have to scroll all the way to the bottom of the page to get to the “Add to Cart” button. How about sticky header or footer that appears on scroll? Something like this,
What do you guys think? Good or bad??
Thank you guys! Really appreciate it