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Shout out to theme providers and developers out there, have you ever wondered how to make your demo website of your themes better? Which features would you like your theme demo website to have, like may be, something that will allow customer to test run on their localhost and have the theme fully function? What else would you like to have and what have done to the demo site?

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Well Demo means you are showing your product features how it works what is the best part of it. I would suggest you to show all kind of functions in your demo and let the customers know that it works for it as he wants or your product need to have some changes in order to work with his needs.

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The first step would be to not spam anyone.. Wait! That doesn’t make any sense.. Neither does this thread :D

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