I’m finding varied information over the web so I thought best to ask guys here who have already done it very successfully..
To build a theme to be compatible with WooCommerce – what do you need to do?
- Is it purely CSS to make sure the extra content is styled alongside the theme?
- I’m sure there would be extra template files needed – what are these?
- Anything else? How about checking the code is good? (like theme-check plugin)
Thank you very much,
You don’t understand. Inline style is not header style! Maybe the reviewer spoke of something else than your header styles. Inline styles are style properties added directly to DOM elements..
One of the reasons our theme was soft-rejected was because we had to “remove inline styles” and there was a screenshot of the dynamic options css in our header.php file. So the review at least seem to think it is.
We were the same as SimpleSites – seeing loads of themes putting options styles in header.php so we couldn’t understand why we were doing anything wrong there.
Looking for projects just like this. Check below:http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/looking-for-theme-projects-with-immediate-starts-codepsdetc/101801
I’m Mark and I’m one of the WiredThemes team. I’m looking for projects with immediate starts that I can work on for the next 2-4 weeks, so this post is a call out to anybody who needs a pair of hands to help design/code their themes for the marketplace.
Idea to PSD: I’ll take any ideas/sketches you might have and make multiple PSDs
PSD to WordPress: I’ll build your designs into themes (not looking for a split on sales, just one payment for the work)
HTML to WordPress: Same deal as above
I wrote most of the code for the first theme in our portfolio if you want a snoop at something I’ve built recently.
You can reach me on email@example.com and I’ll be available for all of July to work with you guys
Thanks buddy but I did read those rules very carefully already – in this case I’m talking about the RevSlider for which themepunch states clearly in the item desc that the extended license grants a theme use.
The only thing I couldn’t find when reading through the license information was the question I’m asking above.
I thought I would ask just to be safe:
Is it okay to submit a theme that uses a premium plugin from CodeCanyon when then extended license was purchased using a different account? It was purchased using the account of one of our support staff but it has never been used, this would be the first time.
This might be useful if you’re using the SMOF (first link from simplesites4u):http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/how-to-fix-global-data-issue-in-smof/101391