Awesome, thanks mate
Whilst this is fantastic, why not just use the standard WordPress Customisation API?http://codex.wordpress.org/Theme_Customization_API
The WordPress Live Customisation Panel gets better with each WordPress update, and requires no additional theme overhead.
I guess we’re still waiting on any kind of official response as usual?
When to become a full time author? I’d say this:
1. Wait until you cover your current monthly wage with Envato earnings.
2. Wait another 3 months.
3. If in those 3 months your earnings stayed stable or increased, then quit, if not, work on building stability in your account.
There are obvious exceptions to this, but I think the above is a good starting point, also ensure you have at least 3 months (6 months ideally) worth of backup income in the form of personal savings, you need to ensure that at no point will you run out of money.
Let’s not derail this thread with the ratings system
All the options were loading, but were being hidden by JS, my assumption is that there’s some kind of new AJAX callback which was being blocked and then applying display: none; as a fallback.
So nothing serious at all, but from a buyers perspective, looked like all the theme options just ran away, lol
For title-tag, do we still need to include a title HTML tag in the head, or is this now automatically written by WP?
Hopefully this will save someone the few hours I just wasted on it.
If you’re like me you fragment your framework core into separate files, or perhaps separate classes, functions etc.
Recently I’ve been adding an is_admin() check to my theme_options file, since this didn’t need to run on the front end, WP 4.1 Breaks This!
It must be a new AJAX callback being run on customise.php, but if you have your theme_options controls registered behind an is_admin() check, your options will appear, and then be immediately hidden by JS.
Simply fix: Remove the is_admin check from your theme options control register.