I saw an one page theme which is an another version of an one page + WooCommerce. They have same design , even the demo.
So does themeforest allow it? use a same design but add WooCommerce then can submit as another new item?
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I also want to know this .
you can find this item in first line of new item in the home page. I saw it in weekly top sometimes so I remembed it.
I notice that too, and i think i see that already many times .. so i think that is allowed, its like you post a one-page , and then the multisite version of the same template xD .
but people who buy one of the versions do not buy it again, and the people who see it for first time maybe yes, so it is a good opportunity. For me its fine.
It’s fine but too greedy.
I cannot see any woocommerce theme in the first row on homepage, is it still there?
I also couldn’t find the item, but that would be really interesting to know…!
it’s one page wp which was submit today.
Usually the templates that are compatible with “WooCommerce” are priced a bit higher than the ones that are not. So, having two versions of the template makes sense. This way the potential buyers that are interested in your template but don’t need “WooCommerce” will not pay the extra 15-20$.
Looking at the item’s description the author is justifying it as a separate item because, despite the designs being identical, the old item (with WooCommerce support) is for commercial sites and the new version (without WooCommerce support) is for corporate sites and the two items will have different development paths going forward.
I don’t know how legitimate of a claim that is as to me there should be very little difference between a theme without WooCommerce support and a theme with WooCommerce support but the plugin not activated.
I’m pretty sure I read a rule somewhere that said two items in the same category (HTML, WordPress, Joomla, etc) could not share the same design and if they did they should be sold as one item.