He probably ordered an Express Install. Its a service from Envato and its Linked to the Themeforest Downloads page. If you click that, Envato Studio chooses a random provider (from a list of people who provide that service) and gives them the job.
Your client probably got confused and might have ordered this service.
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One tip I can give you is to use cloudfront. I used it for a client and its really great
Other than that, you would need to contact the Avada team to help you with theme problems
I believe most authors do use it. I am also planning on using it in a new theme.
Oh, sorry, my mistake.
Well, yes, but still those money will stay in your account, if he doesn’t show up, ultimately it’s your product, you won’t have anywhere to send them anyway.Also, redesigning it won’t make any difference as long as it’s based on the original design. Even if you change it completely. Design it yourself from 0 if you don’t want to be tied with anyone else.
I guess I’d upload the item and send him an email about it. I believe it to be a safe method to upload it.
Are you serious? Just because you did the HTML version from a design it doesn’t mean that it’s 100% yours, you made a partnership, probably 50-50(as most new authors do), honor the partnership. Yes, this is your item, but it’s a partnership, you should send his part as you agreed.
Without the design, you would have no product at all, HTML is a piece of cake comparing to PSD.And btw, if you dont send / keep his part of the money, he will have the power to have your item removed from the marketplaces. HTML / WP and any other derrivation
Sorry, I guess you did not understand my point
The message was a continuation from my last question to Christian, if I redesign the html keeping the features. The design changes, Is it now my design? Ofc I would not be doing that, since the design is based on the psd. I never talked about anything being a 100% mine.
Also, by keeping his part of the money is wrong I was referring to your statement:
If, in 3-6 months he doesn’t send any message or anything, I guess you can keep all of it, since you can’t know what happened to him
Thats wrong, I can’t keep his money.
Sorry for the confusion.
You’ve asked a valid question, it’s a tricky one because even if you change and re-arrange the original .psd, it would still be a derivative work that you may or may not have the rights to re-distribute
At this stage I can’t give you any guarantees, sorryChristian
I would not have the rights to distribute the PSD. But I believe the HTML is my work (although based on the psd).
If you originally did a partnership, then just submit the item and keep their part of the money. If, in 3-6 months he doesn’t send any message or anything, I guess you can keep all of it, since you can’t know what happened to him. Waiting 1-2 months for a reply won’t really help you, as in 2 months trends change and you may even have problems with the item approval.
That is a valid point. But still, keeping their part of the money seems wrong.
@Christian, Can this be done?
You’re talking about a well designed card game with great illustrations and a humorous edge, tie into that a “web famous” cartoonist who’s part of the project, and very reasonable prices for getting your hands on the card game and this is simply a great product, I think the terms “waste” & “easy” is a bit of an interesting choice here.
Oh no, I was in no way targeting the game.
What I meant was the 10k target with the 3.7m funding. The idea behind the game may be something. But still that is an insane amount of money!!