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solybarr says

Hello, I’m working on my first submissions to Themeforest and was wondering if there are any guidelines for packaging Themes (WP) and Templates (Joomla).. Especially those that use Free Plugins and/or Modules for the look and feel of the homepage..

Ive browsed the current templates for sale, and see they mention if theyve used frameworks and free components, but should we include them in the package (so the buyer has an easier time implementing).

Im sensing the answer is yes, but would like some input from others.. newbie or pros .. Thank you in advance, Sol

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aprjnet says

Guidelines for packaging themes (WP) it’s a amazing idea! :P If exist, show me where I can find it! It will be good to us, newbies.

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