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Hein says

Hi,

Just updated one of my html files and i needed to select the options which “Wordpress files included”. I’ve done this but i think its a little confusing for buyers when they see inside the Item Attributes that there are Wordpress files included inside a HTML category.

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Regards, Hein

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incrediblebytes says

I have selected those as well. And tried to remove them to avoid confusions, but couldn’t.

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AdamGold says

Same here.

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jeffeatworld says

Hate to state the obvious but maybe it’s just for Wordpress files. If you don’t have a Wordpress theme then leave it blank?

I dunno, I saw it and ran away like a baby.

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CreativeMilk says

Same here, notice it this morning.

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Hein says
I have selected those as well. And tried to remove them to avoid confusions, but couldn’t.

Yep, seems that once there selected there’s no way to deselect them.

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incrediblebytes says

It would be cool if there was a feature to select just the file types that are included with template.

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missyseepy says
Hate to state the obvious but maybe it’s just for Wordpress files. If you don’t have a Wordpress theme then leave it blank?

Thing is, the field is available when uploading a “Site Template” as well. If it’s only meant to WP themes, put the field only in “upload WordPress theme” form?

I agree with Hein, I recently noticed that and it confused me a lot. Even if it’s meant to be there only for WP themes, what does “WordPress files” mean? How a JPG is a “WordPress file”? Makes no sense to me, unless I’m completely missing something.

The idea is good, we should be able to check what kind of files we use in our templates, but the naming is extremely confusing. Would love a reply from Envato about their idea behind this ;)

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