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weblusive says

You have to start your session before you can make any operations with it. Have you included <?php session_start() ?> on top of your file?

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weblusive says
Hi Eugene, here is a solution I came over:

function hide_add_new_custom_type()
{
    global $submenu;
    // replace my_type with the name of your post type
    unset($submenu['edit.php?post_type=my_type'][10]);
}
add_action('admin_menu', 'hide_add_new_custom_type');

Not the most elegant solution, but it actually works. Please let me know if this helped.
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weblusive says

If you need just basic presentation of pricing plans with this tables, I would also suggest just to go with a shortcode. Just make a shortcode flexible enough to support various scenarios.

Another way to go is to use a table generator. I have created one to use in my themes you can view the output here: http://essence.weblusive.com/?page_id=63. This is a multistep table generator embedded in wordpress’ admin sidebar. You choose the style, number of fields, etc.. then you fill these fields and the system generates a code for you that can be embedded anywhere on your pages. I can share it with you if it will be of help.

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weblusive says

As I can see your whole website (http://theoxfordgroup.com/) is created on a template bought on themeforest :) As of your question about rates…it really depends on various factors like economy situation, type of client, etc… For example, we always make discounts for NGOs, startups with little financing and some other cases. The cost of website you described would start from $2000. For reference, We are a Los Angeles based company.

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weblusive says

Could someone please give me clear guidelines on uploading the template updates? I am asking this because when My first item on themeforest got soft-rejected I had very bad time uploading the updated version. First I uploaded only the updated files (including screenshots). The archived version had the same name as the originally uploaded one. In my message to the reviewer I mentioned the changes and asked just to merge the archives overwriting the old files. And I was very surpised when I got soft-rejection again with the following message from the reviewer:

It seems you haven’t uploaded any new files
. The same thing happened twice and after I just deleted the project and uploaded again. Then my template was eventually accepted. Now I want to update the files to include also the mobile version of the template. To escape having such experience for the second time I would like to ask the authors about their experience on this question. I believe it might be very helpful to other people who have ever faced such situation.

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