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    Forum comment by timstl

    WordPress 3.0 and Your Existing Themes

    With WP 3 .0 just around the corner, what does everyone plan to do with your existing themes? Having just released a theme I intend to make it compatible one way or another. The question is: Should 3.0 themes be released as separate submissions to TF (if that’s even allowed?), or do you intend to try to finagle compatibility with both 2.9 and 3.0 in the same theme?

    I have yet to test 3.0, so this all may be a little clearer when I do. My main concern lies with 3.0’s post types. This feature sounds perfect for things like portfolio posts, for example, that are normally achieved by designating categories. You could probably maintain this method in 3.0, but that fails to take advantage of a key new feature. It becomes even more of a “hack.”

    So what do you plan to do with recent themes: Create a separate 3.0-compatible theme, try to finagle 2.9 & 3.0 at the same time, or just target 3.0 with new themes?

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    Forum comment by VagrantRadio

    WordPress 3.0 and Your Existing Themes
    I am waiting for Wordpress3 and then I will release my WP themes.

    You can download the beta and test it out before it’s released.

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    Forum comment by VagrantRadio

    FreshKiller - Let's group together and give them hell !!!

    I got to beta test this program last week and I must say Fresh did an awesome job! Thanks again Fresh!

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    Forum comment by FRESHFACE

    FreshKiller - Let's group together and give them hell !!!
    I got to beta test this program last week and I must say Fresh did an awesome job! Thanks again Fresh!

    Oh I forgot to post a thank you note to the first post :(

    So here it is:

    My big THANK YOU goes to:
    • Jason for beta testing
    • Mark for beta testing
    • Danielku for beta testing
    • Ivor for beta testing
    • Guilherme for the best DMCA E -mail template ever
    • Drew for the great assistance with launching it here

    Thanks again guys, you were a big help! :)

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    Forum comment by timstl

    IE 7 z-index issue

    While the script probably works, using javascript is not a good idea when there’s definitely a way to get it working with just CSS .

    Yaeko,

    Don’t add position: relative to anything unless you absolutely have to. Remove it from the breadcrumbs, and set the breadcrumbs to z-index: 0; Use a top margin instead of top: 15px;

    Next make .nav .bg and .nav .bg ul have z-index: 9999;

    If that doesn’t work, something close should. I can’t really test, but I think your main problem lies in the fact that your crumbs have position. It really causes z-index problems in IE7 .

    Edit: For what it’s worth, here are some excerpts from the nav menu code I use:

    nav item: ul#nav li { position: relative; z-index: 9999; }

    dropdown: ul#nav li ul { position: absolute; z-index: 9999; } ul#nav li li { position: relative; }

    These overlay everything fine in all browsers. The key is having the z-index on both the container LI and the dropdown UL. I still think that removing position: relative from your crumbs may help, too, though.

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    Forum comment by zecchin

    FreshKiller - Let's group together and give them hell !!!

    aha! That’s amazing man. Great to see i got some credit for it. I guess this is what you said you had to show me when i sent you the DMCA , will try to test it later on a pc.

    Amazing! Love it. Will be really helpfull.

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    Forum comment by SplitV

    Help needed

    1. You should test your design at 1024×768, the design breaks at that resolution. The header and footer are not the width of the full page.

    2. There is a weird bug with the portfolio area when you refresh/resize the page the portfolio area turns into this… \\

    3. Whatever you are doing in javascript(I haven’t looked through it) it is eating my processor up in both chrome and firefox.

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    Forum comment by Katro

    Text to Speech!
    How can you not love Microsoft Sam? =(

    He has got to be one the hardest to understand guy’s i’ve heard!

    You HAVE selected MICROSOFT SAM as the COMPUTERS DEFAULT VOICE !

    NO guys that sucks! there are better softwares with great voices! such is this one for example http://www.expressivo.com/ test the one right amy!

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    Forum comment by luckykind

    Can I get a Sample template

    How about for testing purposes you purchase the template and then if it doesn’t work out…

    you bite the bullet…

    were talking what? $35?... you probably pay more for hosting…

    not trying to be a jerk here… but there’s already a load of hours put into creation and presentation for themes here and you’re asking for developers to put even more time to build in security features so that you can test drive it, which in turn you may or may not still purchase…

    all for the cost of a nice dinner out…

    Do you eat the meal before you decide it’s worth paying for? ;)

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    Forum comment by ThemeBlvd

    Can I get a Sample template
    not trying to be a jerk here… but there’s already a load of hours put into creation and presentation for themes here and you’re asking for developers to put even more time to build in security features so that you can test drive it, which in turn you may or may not still purchase…

    all for the cost of a nice dinner out…

    Do you eat the meal before you decide it’s worth paying for? ;)

    You can buy a whole dinner off the sale of one Wordpress theme? I sure can’t! I make about $14… I could maybe eat out with that … alone … at Denny’s!

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    Forum comment by timstl

    Can I get a Sample template

    While this isn’t a horrible request, I don’t see how it’s realistic. Authors host their own live previews, so you would almost have to create a separate preview for any buyer who wants to test their own content. As others have said, that’s just not feasible for the price we make from each sale.

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    Forum comment by ThemeBlvd

    Can I get a Sample template
    While this isn’t a horrible request, I don’t see how it’s realistic. Authors host their own live previews, so you would almost have to create a separate preview for any buyer who wants to test their own content. As others have said, that’s just not feasible for the price we make from each sale.

    Something that’s interesting is that another company that sells wordpress themes that starts with “Wo” does this… When you signup for free, they give you your own hosted Wordpress installation where you can install any of their themes.

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    Forum comment by Monkify

    Can I get a Sample template
    While this isn’t a horrible request, I don’t see how it’s realistic. Authors host their own live previews, so you would almost have to create a separate preview for any buyer who wants to test their own content. As others have said, that’s just not feasible for the price we make from each sale.
    Something that’s interesting is that another company that sells wordpress themes that starts with “Wo” does this… When you signup for free, they give you your own hosted Wordpress installation where you can install any of their themes.

    Yes, it’s possible.. But I think most people on here don’t see it as feasible, considering the amount of custom PHP work this would require simply to cater to extremely cheap buyers (no offense to them).

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    Forum comment by ThemeBlvd

    Can I get a Sample template
    While this isn’t a horrible request, I don’t see how it’s realistic. Authors host their own live previews, so you would almost have to create a separate preview for any buyer who wants to test their own content. As others have said, that’s just not feasible for the price we make from each sale.
    Something that’s interesting is that another company that sells wordpress themes that starts with “Wo” does this… When you signup for free, they give you your own hosted Wordpress installation where you can install any of their themes.
    Yes, it’s possible.. But I think most people on here don’t see it as feasible, considering the amount of custom PHP work this would require simply to cater to extremely cheap buyers (no offense to them).

    I totally agree. But when I came across that feature at the other site, it just kind of wowed me. Ha I could never imagine setting that up for my themes. It simply wouldn’t be worth it. You’d think the themes are cheap enough to where someone could buy it and “try” it. And then if it doesn’t work, move on.

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    Forum comment by Ivor Envato team

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    Yes you can Jarel, I just made this one to test :D – I’ll change it tomorrow :P

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    Forum comment by kimonothemes

    jQuery question

    If your $checked->insertCheckTour() have only 2 values, use else without another test instead of elseif. Not sure it’s your bug… but who knows :P

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    Forum comment by myTheme

    Any designers that prefer Fireworks?

    I have always used Photoshop but the plan is to test Fireworks. If it suits better to my style of designing things I’ll probably switch to it.

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    Forum comment by Parallelus

    (Locked) No WAY!
    I would disagree about the state of the application as a whole. To be honest the biggest problem I’ve ever had directly was difficulty with the upload utility and although it persisted for some time, it has been fixed and is quite good now. I think the only reason it seems like there are so many bugs is because we have an open forum to notify everyone about them. Obviously the home page issues with dates resetting affected everyone, but if I didn’t read about other bugs like this in the forums, I wouldn’t know about them because it’s never happened to me. Considering the rate of growth, feature set and quantity of content and users that is kept up with on the Envato marketplaces, I’d say they’re doing an excellent job. It’s impossible to make constant updates/improvements as they do here and not have some bugs.
    Just because it doesn’t happen to you doesn’t mean it’s not a problem… take the OP’s point of view and imagine your product, that’s currently on the front page, no longer receiving “AIR TIME ” because a FORM isn’t working correctly… I’m sure you wouldn’t be happy about it either… don’t mistake the success you personally have here meaning that everything is working fine… I understand the occasional bug… I’m not saying the place is a s!@$ storm… but it is getting to a point of it’s becoming a joke around here and that has to hurt something…

    You’re right, and I agree that it’s very frustrating when a bug cause problems for someone. It’s impossible to test for everything. What I mean is, on TF we know about more bugs than we would on most websites because there is a place to notify everyone. Otherwise, the only bugs we would know about individually are those we personally encountered. From my time on TF I ’ve read about more bugs than I’ve experienced myself. Having been on the other side of the problem as a developer for a CMS with millions of users, the users won’t know about a bug unless it happens to them. So, I think the bugginess here feels exaggerated as an effect of the forum. Even though we’ve never had the problem ourselves we still know about it. That’s all I was trying to say, not that it isn’t a problem or shouldn’t be fixed.

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    Forum comment by luckykind

    (Locked) No WAY!
    You’re right, and I agree that it’s very frustrating when a bug cause problems for someone. It’s impossible to test for everything. What I mean is, on TF we know about more bugs than we would on most websites because there is a place to notify everyone. Otherwise, the only bugs we would know about individually are those we personally encountered. From my time on TF I ’ve read about more bugs than I’ve experienced myself. Having been on the other side of the problem as a developer for a CMS with millions of users, the users won’t know about a bug unless it happens to them. So, I think the bugginess here feels exaggerated as an effect of the forum. Even though we’ve never had the problem ourselves we still know about it. That’s all I was trying to say, not that it isn’t a problem or shouldn’t be fixed.

    I hear what you’re saying… I too have spent many years on the other side as a developer for a company, servicing millions of people… even at all hours of the day around the world like Envato… I do understand that bugs happen… but to talk about your point, bugs that effect the end user are the most important/urgent types of bugs… the fact that we experience or hear about them on a constant basis should be sending flashing red warning signs to the powers here… also, these are a little more than just bugs… these are major hindrances to the individuals here… effecting sales/front page time (I know that’s laughable to some)/etc…

    I’m just saying it’s hurting the image here, at least from an Authors point of view… maybe it’s just me… but I think not… if there “was” another ship, an author here might jump to it because the reoccurring hindrances aren’t making authors feel like they are priority #1 here… which they should be…

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    Forum comment by Katro

    Opinion on Project!

    BTW i just changed the transition on the slider, and test it on OPERA looks amazing, The javascript transitions in opera rocks! you should try it!

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