Flagged this for staff reply, this looks like a great alternative to TGMPA, loving how small the class is also
@bitfade, have you tested this with WP 4.2? Seems they’ve changed some of the plugin install screens, though unsure if this has any effect here really.
if theme have 200+ options (“mega” multipurpose themes) adding all this options and option explanations (help labels) to small customizer sidebar space will give very bad experience for users.
It could be argued that a theme providing all this is already giving a bad experience for users…
I’m all for this move personally, the WP Live Customiser is improved with every WordPress update and if every theme used this, then buyers would always have a consistent experience when using a theme options panel.
Further to that, the Live Customiser is part of the core, so security issues etc. are fixed with core updates. Check out the most recent add_query_arg() issue that’s meant that users of Option Tree and Redux are now vulnerable.
Product Support: http://www.madeinebor.com/contact/?envato_item_id=10487930 If you ask your question there you will be assisted further as unfortunately this is only a general Envato Marketplace forum and no support is offered here being product-related, sorry
Please note you’re using the UberStore theme, not my Uber theme, so the above link is not correct for you.
@StephenCronin since TGMPA was the preferred solution provided by Envato when we initially had the “functionality in plugins” debate a while ago, please don’t do the same as what happened with the Revslider issues a while ago and start disabling themes left right and center, give authors the time needed to make these updates.
Also, this needs announcing on the author dashboard, not many authors actually come though these forums.
WordPress allows this by default with a function called wp_link_pages(), this should be implemented on all themes here already by default, if the developer has done everything to meet WP standards.http://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/how-to-split-wordpress-posts-into-multiple-pages/
You need to modify your .htaccess filehttp://stackoverflow.com/questions/17092154/x-frame-options-on-apache
You would need to build a custom control for the customiser, which is pretty simple (google it), drag and drop seems a bit overkill though, why not just loop through the categories to make a select element for each one, and let the user select the layout for that category using the select.
I don’t think people leaving 4 stars necessarily have any problem with your theme, but psychologically they may not be inclined to give something full 100% unless it was really something special. Just my thoughts.
Exactly that’s why a note of what could be improved would be really useful.