.... try not to let it overwhelm or overburden you. That’s the best advice I can give
Yes, this is so true. Know where your support stops. Leave heavy customizations to freelancers or get paid to do them. Making stuff for free will get them coming for more and more. I had a clients that ask to do (not very small) customization for them and telling them that stuff like this have to be paid they say “Oh, yeah, I knew that it will be like that… but wanted to try anyway”.
Also if your support is by email I’m recommending you a plugin like Streak for Gmail. It has some cool options, including making snippets that you can send for the most asked questions.
This is proposed every week – and there is a reason for that.
Imagine a 1 star rating for reasons like this on the first days of a published item…
Then we authors should start creating simple themes that equals their pricing.
.... of course this will never happen because everyone wants to be a top the other releasing tons tons of stuff in its multipurpose theme.
Oh, I wrote the wrong thing. I use only the grid and some of the components. I download the minified package and overwrite it with my styles in a separate sheet.
Yeah, as simonswiss said – 1 license per site. Overall read his answer, much more informative
I’m using it but somehow I see these negative margin on the rows as a very ugly solution
Someone to prove me wrong?
1), 3), 4), 5) With a Regular license you can customize it anyway you want for personal use. You can’t sell it, but yes you can create your own website where you can sell your products
2) The template is front-end only. You should create your database by yourself.
The components are not displayed in the theme – but a buyers that sees the template was built with BS may expect “ah cool, then i can use tabs and accordions since i know how to do ti with bootstrap”.
If your theme uses say a sidebar, I don’t see the point of styling the top nav bar of bootstrap. It doesn’t have a place in the theme, it’s not build for that purpose.