Last time I submitted a theme it was required to support IE8. I’m hoping, but not expecting, that this is no longer the case. However if I still do need to support IE8, is there any info about when this requirement might be going away?
I have built an extensive framework that adds an interface in the theme options that allows users to create minisites. The minisites are built using custom post types. What that means is, my themes enable the user to create an unlimited number of custom post types which are named by the user. This is a huge seller and does not exist anywhere else as far as I know, and it is not based on shortcodes – it is core theme functionality. When my users switch to different themes they can easily convert the post types of all of their posts back to standard posts using the Convert Post Types plugin, and users all so far have been totally fine with this method.
I’m having trouble interpreting the new theme requirements in my scenario. Can a staff member weigh in on whether or not my framework jives with the new requirements or has become completely null and voided? Thanks!
I’ve experienced this myself. Sales seem to be clustered. I’ll get 4 or 5 sales within an hour or two, and the none for several hours, then another cluster. I have no idea why it happens, but I have definitely noticed it, and I’ve gotten relatively used to it.
You guys rock, thanks a lot!
All the sudden in the past week I have a huge influx of customers filling out support requests and saying they can’t find their purchase codes on ThemeForest like they used to be able to. Did ThemeForest change something, or is everyone just happening to be looking in the wrong place?
Perfectly clear, thanks again to you both for following up with this!
Sweet, I wasn’t aware that was against T&C here, that really answers all my questions and solves all my issues. Thanks a lot for the quick response!
I have had several occasions where a person has contacted me saying their friend or someone they knew purchased one of my themes and is no longer using it and has given them the license and now they’re asking for free support from me. I’m wondering what other authors do in this case? I know ThemeForest doesn’t require support, my question is just a general “what do you do?” in this case. I know I could just refuse to help him because I’m not afraid of him rating my item low (since he doesn’t own it), but I don’t know how I feel about that. So basically my two questions are:
1) What have you personally done in this situation?
2) Is it even legal to do this?
Thanks, chime in if you have been here before!
latest theme instructions so feel free to use it as well in yours. Or someone who can use photoshop please feel free to post back a better version that we can all use
Thanks a lot for sharing this, saved me a lot of time!
Hi IndustrialThemes, as Chris mentioned, you might want to take a quick look at our Knowledgebase article, referring to Property Release Examples:
- Chrysler Building – allowed only in cityscapes including the Chrysler Building, as long as it is not the primary subject of the photo (New York, NY)
- Empire State Building – allowed only in cityscapes including the Empire State Building, as long as it is not the primary subject of the photo (New York, NY)
- Flatiron Building – allowed only in cityscapes including the Flatiron Building, as long as it is not the primary subject of the photo (New York, NY)
- NY Stock Exchange – allowed only in cityscapes including the NY Stock Exchange, as long as it is not the primary subject of the photo (New York, NY)
Whoa, when did those specific examples get added?! Very handy, thanks for the further clarification, I appreciate it!