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tansh says

:)

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tansh says

@natman

Can you consider creating separate posts for :

Themes yet to offer a secure update
Themes already offering a secure update

As those try searching theme name (using search option) hurriedly directly by opening above links in separate window, instead of scrolling may get confused by getting theme name under both (and also do not notice that these are ids on same page not separate pages )

http://marketblog.envato.com/general/affected-themes/#unsecure
http://marketblog.envato.com/general/affected-themes/#secure

Ignore if I was the only dumb :)

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tansh says

UPDATE: 16 hours later… still no asnwer… still on the list… still loosing clients… all because someone is too lazy to fix their damn error.
Your theme is under secure themes list since at least yesterday when I checked :)
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tansh says

For now this should work:
#woocommerce_filter_section { display: none; }
Still please check with author :)

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tansh says
Better contact theme author here for exact solution :
http://themeforest.net/item/enfinity-adaptive-ecommerce-portfolio-wp-theme/2663674/support

By the time he gets to your query:

  • Check if it is coming through : Appearance > Widgets
    Or
  • You can also hide it through child theme’s style.css
    #woocommerce_filter_section .adaptive.alignright { display:none; }
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tansh says
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tansh says

Are you testing locally? Upload and test.

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tansh says

Gotta laugh at the authors clambering to get their theme of the list for fear of it affecting sales and not worrying about their customers who maybe don’t update often and would be unware of any issues , if it were not for the full list, that they are affected. They’d be the kind of authors I’d avoid.

Please note word ’’unsecure’ means a lot, even if theme has secure plugin. How a normal buyer is supposed to understand this, who is even not aware of difference between HTML template and WP theme, which is general support forum and which is item comment section?

Issue is with the word – unsecure. Creating a separate list for themes with revolution updated and with message – buyer need to update this theme will do the work.

Under unsecure – place themes which are not updated.

If buyer ‘old or new’ gets theme name under both:

Themes yet to offer a secure update and ......... This is the concern for authors
Themes already offering a secure update

what he will understand at first glance?

Regarding worrying about customers updating theme I think author can not do much except pushing update and check option to inform buyer when update is approved.

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tansh says

@natman

Same as @dunhakdis. My all themes are under both #unsecure and #secure. All have secure plugin versions.

I read on post ‘Links for temporarily disabled or deleted themes will hit a 404.’ But who will check link if it is 404 or not. Buyer will just move away once he/she find name in unsecure theme list.

Is there something I’m missing? Thanks.

Edit: Just checked, both list are same, may be yet to update.

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