(casts low level necromancy spell on the thread)
So is there someone who wants to share how he makes its css ready for wordpress options overwrite?
Do you search for all instances (for example) of a sass variable and copy the selector in a php file that is then used by your oprtions panel or do you use some other trickery?
As an author, I truly understand your pessimism for such a situation as it might backfire against us, but IF the definition of support is made clear, and Envato stands behind it and its authors, I’m fairly certain buyers will not push toward this situations and even if they will they will face the consequences for their actions.
Yes, I believe that it will be done right. I also like the idea (it’s an additional income after all ), I just want Envato to do it right.
What can i say, my prophecy:
The person who bought the support pack would think that “from now, the author should add all of my wishes into theme in a deadline for tomorrow” otherwise he will put a bad rating, really there are too many inadequate buyers.
I’d rather ask you to protect the rating system insteadthanks for reading!
What dis int and double thingie? This no PHP? Some alien language…
I’ve also used it for my Novela theme. I think it’s great if you want to create simple layout builder for page blocks that are going to be one after another.
And why the logo is different from the theme name..
Yes, you are completely right. Most of the posts in this thread are from authors that are concerned because they experienced some kind of a big drop in sales. It’s ways disturbing to read posts that tell you that this is the end of the market. And this continues every month – it’s like ever month is the end
I have noticed that everyone is always trying to put the sales in some kind of pattern. The truth is that most of the cases, they are completely random