...should these features be visible and definitely work in the preview?
How about if we upload screenshots (language and currency switcher in action) to our theme’s screenshot section? Is it enough?
I feel like bad luck Brian.. unlol..
I just checked some of the Ripoff Report complaints and I bet that 90% of them are because:
- buyer never installed a WP theme before
- didn’t read the documentation
- they dropped the mouse at the first “difficulty” like installing a plugin and screamed FRAUD instantly
Even most of them couldn’t write a single sentence without spelling mistakes.
As an author I experience on my own skin that TF reviewers are testing themes really hard and if they wouldn’t function as advertised they wouldn’t make it to the frontpage.
Still I don’t want to confute your opinion, I’m sorry if you had such an experience with authors.
Hello and thanks guys! It makes more sense now. It modified DB like Revslider.
I already opened a support ticket BTW.
I submitted my WP theme which has a built-in slider. The theme creates a table for the slides in the database. I just got rejected with this:
Ensure that none of your scripts alter the database. This includes adding or altering database fields, and creating new tables.
But the submission requirement doesn’t say that I can’t create table.
The database shouldn’t be accessed or modified directly. If there is a defined function that can get the data you need, that must be used instead. Use $wpdb and its methods to interface with the database instead of rolling your own.
Note: I use $wpdb and dbDelta functions only.