Count me in
Sorry to hear that, maybe this will help: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/need-help-translate-custom-post-types-label
Hi, create a /languages/ folder inside your theme’s root folder, copy the .MO files into it and use the following code:
load_theme_textdomain( 'brandspace', TEMPLATEPATH . '/languages' );
Hey, I haven’t personally used theme translation in the admin area, only on the frontend but one thing that comes to mind is are you loading the language files in the admin area with something like:
load_theme_textdomain('mytextdomain', get_template_directory() . '/languages');
R.I.P. Steve, you’ll be missed.
Sure, but let me first pack into a plugin and clean up some code.
i made 60% of a bbpress theme and i am about to trash it! reasons and questions : how do customers share their private wp and ftp credentials? over email? than why create a forum? just moving stuff?! AND in general a purchase code verification is what you/ use, but what if they ask support for two themes and they bought one? AND most of support requests are one or two question.. for us it’s like 80% that and 20% ask more frequent questions… so why direct them to anyther website with another account and headakes… and i realized that i worked for nothing…
Using bbPress I addressed the issue of Buyers only having access to the specific forum of the theme they purchased, this wasn’t easy but it’s done, take a look: http://support.unispheredesign.com/forum-access-how-to/
Regarding the admin credentials and FTP access, I’m planning on adding a new field in the Buyer’s admin panel, it should be fairly easy.
unisphere saidInteresting. My customers are pestering me to add bbPress support to my theme but I kind of hate it. The stupid plugin applies a generic style to all password fields blindly. So if you have it installed and activated, no matter where you are any input filed of type “password” will have this extra nasty styling making it look different from your default inputs. That’s super lame!!! I can only imagine the golden nuggets of code I’ll find I venture deeper into the belly of the beast.
I’m using bbPress (the new plugin version) for about 2 weeks and I quite like it. Regarding the comments and emails, I still reply to comments on the ThemeForest commenting system because I think Buyers shouldn’t have to register in all the support forums of the different authors they purchase items from. I do remind them of the support forum though. The emails I redirect to the forum.
I used a commercial bbPress theme and all the mods I did to the plugin were pretty much hooking into the various filters and actions provided by bbPress, and had no problems with it. To be honest I kinda liked it as it’s very similar to WordPress itself in terms of plugin development for example.