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Parallelus says

The post has less than 1 star with 489 votes. :D

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BroOf says

The post has less than 1 star with 489 votes. :D WordPress Theme Submission Requirements: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/472#kbratingcontainer

Now you can’t see a star anymore :)

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Dream-Theme says

Now I’m still not getting this “all-functionality-in-plugin” thing:

Say, I’m buyer. I wanna create a child theme to benefit from original theme updates, while keeping my custom stuff like post types and meta boxes and styles, etc. in one separate place. (Actually I did this couple of times with themes bought from ThemeForest.) Now what do I do? Make a child plugin??

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bitfade says

Had some free time today, here’s the complete plugin install/update class github repo and a video showing how it works

Japh, please let us know if we can use it instead of the TGM activation class.

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uouapps says

Hi,

our latest WP vCard got rejected because it didn’t have a WP native menu while almost all the WP vCards on themeforest including the latest ones do not have WP native menu, so are these requirements based on the new requirements ? (from what I’ve understood phase 1 will take place on Sept 9)

We have 7 projects in the pipeline being converted to WP so in order to avoid getting rejections based on unclear old/new requirements, where can we find the CURRENT WP requirements

this link is for Sept: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/472

Where can we find the requirements for July & August please

Thanks UOU Apps

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designedbydash says

Hi,

our latest WP vCard got rejected because it didn’t have a WP native menu while almost all the WP vCards on themeforest including the latest ones do not have WP native menu, so are these requirements based on the new requirements ? (from what I’ve understood phase 1 will take place on Sept 9)

We have 7 projects in the pipeline being converted to WP so in order to avoid getting rejections based on unclear old/new requirements, where can we find the CURRENT WP requirements

this link is for Sept: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/472

Where can we find the requirements for July & August please

Thanks UOU Apps

The requirements don’t come in to affect until September, but I would assume all WP themes require a menu to be defined. If it has no items assigned, just don’t show it and then you can display it as you wish on your demo.

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JonnyShogun says

Had some free time today, here’s the complete plugin install/update class github repo and a video showing how it works Japh, please let us know if we can use it instead of the TGM activation class.

Great job @bitfade !! Hopefully JAPH gives this the OK. It looks much cleaner than the TGM activation class. :)

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Coffee-Themes says


Had some free time today, here’s the complete plugin install/update class github repo and a video showing how it works Japh, please let us know if we can use it instead of the TGM activation class.
Great job @bitfade !! Hopefully JAPH gives this the OK. It looks much cleaner than the TGM activation class. :)

I have theme soft rejected right now for not using TGM, i think they made decision.

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designedbydash says



Had some free time today, here’s the complete plugin install/update class github repo and a video showing how it works Japh, please let us know if we can use it instead of the TGM activation class.
Great job @bitfade !! Hopefully JAPH gives this the OK. It looks much cleaner than the TGM activation class. :)
I have theme soft rejected right now for not using TGM, i think they made decision.

As the new requirements don’t come in to affect until September, I find that unlikely. If you were using another class to activate plugins on install, it’s likely because they were not up to scratch. I doubt they’ve reviewed BitFade’s implementation yet!

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Jaynesh says




Had some free time today, here’s the complete plugin install/update class github repo and a video showing how it works Japh, please let us know if we can use it instead of the TGM activation class.
Great job @bitfade !! Hopefully JAPH gives this the OK. It looks much cleaner than the TGM activation class. :)
I have theme soft rejected right now for not using TGM, i think they made decision.
As the new requirements don’t come in to affect until September, I find that unlikely. If you were using another class to activate plugins on install, it’s likely because they were not up to scratch. I doubt they’ve reviewed BitFade’s implementation yet!

My themes were soft rejected for not using the TGM class even before the rules were announced. The reviewers have quietly been pushing this long before the announcement.

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