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themeva says

Looks great, although I feel it would be better with a divider line or background color on the “new” section.

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themeva says

It’s definitely possible! I spent about 6-7 months developing my first theme ( I thought it would take a few weeks ), I worked crazy long hours and when it was finally released, there has barely been a day where I haven’t worked on it or other themes / support / development.

If you’re willing to put the hours in, continue to learn and evolve every step of the way, you can make a great earning from Envato.

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themeva says

Hey,

The price is a one-time fee, you’re paying for a license of the theme. The difference between a HTML and WordPress theme is very different.

If you’re used to editing HTML and do not have a WordPress installation, you could consider buying a HTML theme.

However, if you have a WordPress installation, or you’re looking to setup WordPress you should purchase a WordPress theme instead.

I hope that helps?

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themeva says

Thanks for advice, we decided to work on refreshed look while keeping old version available. We rather improve existing template than put a cross over it. Would you abandon your firstborn? :D

It’s definitely worth keeping them alive, my first theme is 4 years old at the end of the month, it’s evolved a lot since the first version ;)

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themeva says
It sounds like you’re running out of WP memory, try increasing it in the wp-config.php – see here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Editing_wp-config.php#Increasing_memory_allocated_to_PHP
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themeva says

Thank you all for the suggestions.

We have fixed all the issues except the ”!important” rule. The reviewer have send us a link http://css-tricks.com/when-using-important-is-the-right-choice/ to fix this. But we are not able find a better solution.

We hope someone can provide some guidelines. If Ivor / Kailoon provide a kind response, it will be very helpful to us.

Thank you everyone

Cheers! Team Designova

I’m interested to know what the outcome of this is too!

Reading that article, it suggests that it’s okay to use the !important rule on specific elements you want to stay rigid. e.g.

BAD USE a { color:#333 !important; }

GOOD USE .my-element a {color:#333 !important;}

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themeva says

It was awesome to meet you at the California meetup, I’m sure Envato will be a very different place without you… I just hope the Australian Ballet know what they’re letting themselves in for! ;)

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themeva says

Congrats Andy, huge achievement!

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themeva says
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themeva says

Ok, since the November requirements seem to be in force already ( even though they say they’re still in draft ), I’m hoping to get some clarification on my use of a CPT.

I’m using a CPT ( Gallery Slides ) as a source of managing images / media for my custom galleries, it doesn’t serve any purpose on it’s own, other than changing the order of the images and adding descriptions + other various information to go with each image / slide.

My custom Galleries ( 3 – 5 ) which are built into the theme can use a number of different data sources, i.e gallery slides ( CPT ), post categories, portfolio ( CPT ), product categories etc – the galleries require setup using page meta boxes ( select the data source, image sizes, lightbox, image effects etc ).

Now I could put the Gallery Slides CPT into a plugin, but it will serve absolutely no purpose if the user switches theme – unless I include all the Galleries within the plugin, meta boxes for setting up the gallery.

It has to seamlessly integrate with my theme options admin, along with any other theme, plus work on the front end?

You say it only has to work in basic form – however, in order for all options to work, i.e image effects, lightbox, gallery slide content, data sources – surely these scripts / css need to be included too or the options are useless too?

Even if it were in basic form, surely the customer is going to see it doesn’t look right and complain to the new author, even though it’s not their issue?

So all of this because I’m using a custom post type to manage images for my galleries.

Before I have to start this mission of changing all of my existing framework to adapt to this, can a staff member confirm this?

Also, for commonly used Portfolio post type, what happens when a user switches theme twice and they end up with 2-3 plugins using the portfolio CPT? How is that going to work?

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