The new version hasn’t been released yet. On the plugin page, it says it was last updated on 22 January 2015. I’m not sure about the fix or how to make them disappear, but you could contact the author on plugin’s support page from here: https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/custom-sidebars
Hi, they appear because of the Custom Sidebars plugin. The errors have nothing to do with the theme.
There is already an ongoing discussion and a quick fix was proposed and the plugin developer was notified to include that fix in his next release (3 days ago): https://wordpress.org/support/topic/debug-notice-when-switching-themes
maartin saidI’m sorry, that was not my intention, especially because they are in my favorites authors list and we are from the same country.
I know authors are going through rough times, but I don’t like too much speculation.
Nowadays, many authors announced they have deleted their items and they have moved them somewhere else, so it was the first logical explanation that crossed my mind.
Unfortunately for us, I have recently seen this author on another website like themeforest. Maybe they are moving a couple of their items there.
I have not received any invoice for the sale I had on 1st January. The money is there, but no invoice.
Where should I look? I checked my inbox and my spam folder, it’s not there either.
This author fee, buyer fee, item price, VAT, total sales value stuff makes me feel like an accountant. Today, I have read only about VAT and accountancy and financial stuff. Feeling creative? Not at all.
You mean a template for item’s description?
I have two questions, NOT related to VAT.
Let’s take the following (not real) situation:
My Sales earnings (January): $1200
Total Value of my item sales (January): $2000
=> => Envato commission for my items (January): $800
Now, with the actual Envato business model, in my books, I should declare:
Total revenue (January): $2000
Business expenses (January): $800
=> => I will pay taxes for $1200 which is correct, but:
1) how can I declare in my books that those $800 (Envato’s commission) are my business expenses, since all my business expenses are made from the money in my bank account….and those 800$ never reach my account? (my accountant says I can’t do that legally)
2) how can I declare in my books that my January revenue is $2000, when in fact I receive from PayPal in my bank account only those $1200? (my accountant says I can’t do that either legally)