Guys, that is the purpose of “Software Version” on the product listing.
If the item works on all the versions found on the product listing, then how can you label it as “not working”.
There is no injustice in that, because buyers will obviously skip that product if it is not listed as compatible with the version of the software they use, so authors that update products to work with latest WP versions will still be in advantage.
And I’m not saying this to defend myself, I keep all of my products compatible with all new versions of WP, but it seems to me that there is no point in doing what you are proposing, because current system is transparent and fair for everyone, and noone is damaged, IMHO.
Awesome, thanks for sharing!
Of course. If theme works on all WP versions listed on the product page, then it works.
What you are talking about are lifetime updates, which authors can’t charge for on Envato, so it’s up to author to decide if updating it makes sense for his budget or not, but he is certainly not required to do so.
Check out this guide on how to get https for free: https://konklone.com/post/switch-to-https-now-for-free
Why don’t you use “Media Tags” ?
It’s part of the theme.
Let me know if you stumble upon unexpected issues, I haven’t really tested it in the “real world” so any feedback on usability/performance is welcome.
I’m leaving this here because there are a lot of devs around, and I believe it might be helpful for some. I am in the process of developing my new plugin which heavily relies on JS, so I wanted to use the power of filters and actions WordPress has, in my JS.
As a result, I’ve written this small, quite simple, but (to me) very useful script.
Usage is explained in the readme, let me know if something is unclear and feel free to use and abuse it.