Ok, do this:
1. Install ‘Monster widget’. One widget = All standart WordPress widgets. Style them to fit the theme. You’ll need to add some CSS (shouldn’t be a problem if you did a theme by yourself).
2. Don’t do something like this:
wp_deregister_script('jquery'); wp_register_script('jquery', 'http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.8.1/jquery.min.js', false, '1.8.1'); wp_enqueue_script('jquery');
This means that you’re deregistering jQuery bundled with a WP and registering your own, which is a really really bad practice. Get rid of those wp_deregister_script(‘jquery’) and wp_register_script(’....’) function calls.
That’s it. Hope that helps you to get approved!
Yup, most popular theme does not support latest WordPress version. True story.
Googled a bit further, found this one http://www.whiteboardmag.com/what-you-should-know-about-vat-as-a-european-startup-founder/ – should explain a lot.
Do you perhaps mean income tax? That’s something you do have to pay – for all income you receive, whether it contains vat or not.
No no, I don’t mean income tax, I know that needs paying Just wanted to try and clear up the rules regarding VAT as we work in a slightly unique selling position, I wanted to check that I didn’t need to include VAT on top of regular income tax, glad to hear it seems that VAT isn’t payable since the products are sold in Australia.Thanks for the replies!
Dont listen to these.
You always have to pay VAT, even if you do not receive it in the first place.
You can ask for a VAT relief if you are receiving most of your money from overseas.
For instance I think we are on 6% or 8% flat VAT instead of the 20% because 80% of our trade come from countries like Australia, America, Canada etc.
I would have to check with our accountant to clarify the exact percentage but its around that, or at least it was last time I checked.
Because you are bringing in to this country you are helping to grow the economy which the government favor.
The only downside for this is you can not claim any VAT back.But the number 1 thing is, you always pay VAT, tax on the other hand is a little different, because if you have paid tax in another country you do not have to pay it within this country.
Ok, now read this.
If you are an EU-based company, VAT is chargeable on most of your sales and purchases except exports to countries outside the EU.
Zero-rated sales These are exempt, but ‘with the right to deduct’ – so a 0% rate is charged, but you may still deduct all the VAT you have paid on purchases directly related to this sale e.g. exports, certain financial services to customers outside the EU.
And if they start doing this, we should KNOW it. This is a big problem, they soft reject the items without us even knowing, like it’s ok. We’re losing sales, money, business here, we need to step up and get some respect because we surely deserve it.
Yup, I agree on this one. But still, issues like these can be fixed in no time (1hr TOPS per theme), so take your time, do those fixes upfront and you won’t lose any sales, money, business, etc. Basically, you should always FIX your stuff (not only when they soft-disable your items), if you care about the business Don’t wait until someone points a finger at you.
Btw, the MOST OF the points listed by Dream-Theme were required long before ‘2013 requirements’.
‘2011’ is not an excuse. Since you’re making money out of it – it must be up-to-date (especially, the with the issues you’ve listed…) or remove it from the marketplace.
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Can you include?.. Sure you can – use TGM plugin activation class and include everything you want.
On topic: pretty please, don’t do this.
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