Honestly… a whole month? That’s a month worth of sales… Hopefully they’ll be enough authors willing to do this.
Maybe you should offer the template for free one day each month, and whoever gets it keeps it, while others that are too late have to buy it.
There seems to be a loophole in this somewhere, or maybe I’m just paranoid.
I always have this problem after I get finished with a design. I’m like “Okay, I’m done—now what do I do?” and often just draw a blank for the next week or so.
I constantly think “design something original, unique, and out of the ordinary”... then 5 minutes later, I decide to just go with a plain, over-done design because “that’s what the popular files are like.”
So basically, I’m split between making money and taking a risk of losing a week or two making something that won’t sell as expected.
My two cents. Which didn’t contribute to the topic question. Sorry
Nevermind. I think I made something that works. Thanks for the replies and sorry for the panic.
I have a problem and it’s more or less crucial to my current design so I need your help.
I’m using jQuery Cycle with the Captify Plugin and after about 5-6 hours, I still haven’t managed to get them to work with each other. After the first slide, the images refuse to show up and the Captify captions don’t show up.
So, I was wondering if there were any stable alternatives to Captify that also work with jQuery Cycle that you are aware of? I really need to add a caption that slides out on hover but I also need the images to rotate with Cycle.
http://themeforest.scheetzdesigns.com/bpp_v2/wp/ manages to get this to work but I’m not sure what plugins he used.
Thanks to whoever helps out. I’m really desperate.
Pretty sweet indeed! Bookmarked for sure.
Cool. Thanks Ponjoh
Unfortunately, you can’t through ThemeForest. Although I do wish they made that option available for user-started contests or giveaways or something of the sort.
Is there an advantage of making liquid Admin Skins opposed to fixed?
Most, if not all, Admin Skins are fluid on this marketplace so I just wanted to know if that’s an advantage, one that will provide more sales and a higher price, in case I would like to design a skin.
I don’t have any items on ThemeForest yet but here’s my 2 cents.
Any HTML encrypters have a decrypter counterpart right there on the first of page of Google Search. Encrypting your code probably gives the pirate more of an accomplished feeling when he finally steals your work.
Personally, I wouldn’t encrypt my code – it’s not going to stop them anyway – but rather attract possibly customers by showing my clean, indented, and well-commented code.
Anyone who steals the templates won’t pay for it anyway, so it’s not like I’m losing sales.
I do understand where people are coming from; it’s not fair at all that quite a few people out there are getting your hard work for free but that’s life.