Only CPTs, shortcodes can still stay in a theme for now, but if they’re generic shortcodes (buttons etc.) then stick them in a plugin anyway.
Use a plugin.
what will you do with the 1-star ratings from of dissatisfied customers who demanded from you some customization service as a part of support in their understanding?
This already happens, it’s just that now you’re supporting them for free.
(Sorry to only seeming to be replying to you WPLab!)
@Enabled could you imagine that you have some file, which was sold 100 times (in a year), are you ready to deliver support service and necessary updates for 100 people from day to day during one year for $4000?
I don’t understand the point here, you’d be doing that anyway? At least with the new system there’s a 6 month cutoff and the chance for some additional income..
I’ve been using the WP Customizer since 3.4, it gets better with every WP Update and I’ve never had a situation where I couldn’t use it. Save yourself some pain in the future and just use the WP Customizer now.
Fixed price conversions will not work out well, if you can’t develop for WP, you can’t support WP, and a developer will not continue to support your theme for a one off fee. Consider a % based agreement instead.
Don’t share your purchase code details in public, leave a ticket through envato support.
I’ve seen a few WordPress plugins (CodeCanyon) now where in the download package, the documentation just has a link straight to online documentation, is this now allowed?
Shipping fixed docs with a theme seems backwards to me, if I could just link to a central documentation area then I could make the documentation experience so much better for my buyers (and easier for myself!)
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