I think you still have not mentioned why you want a refund? If the theme was working 28 days ago when you purchased, it should still be working fine. What’s really the problem?
If the theme was added 28 days ago, it must be fully functional with the current WordPress version, so what’s the problem? Are you having any trouble with the theme?
So, you bought a theme and used it. Now you want the refund only because the author has removed the theme. That’s not any reason to get refund. Author has the right to remove their files at anytime.
If you are having any trouble with the theme, you can try to contact the author and ask for help.
Excellent video. I wish to see those places some day. Could you tell what was the name of the city/town/village with the house which is at 05:15 in the video?
... and I very much agree. What are your thoughts?
The Microsoft founder says the triple-key login should have been made easier, à la Apple’s Macs, but that a designer insisted on the more complicated step.http://edition.cnn.com/2013/09/26/tech/innovation/bill-gates-control-alt-delete
If there’s any user from Georgia, he can tell the actual costs which would be more ‘real’ than Google.
@xnorpix: This might help: http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/city_result.jsp?country=Georgia&city=Tbilisi
oh okay, yes, i think it should be that way. I had exported some content and it was linking to the old domain, and I was wondering why. May be I had added any hardcoded links which I didn’t remember.
I will check again, thanks for your time, it was great help.
I will try to explain further.
For example I have a theme installed on my localhost. In the theme menu I add a page, called Contact. I add the page through the list of available pages (not via the links), so it is no way hardcoded.
Then I export my theme data and give it to you and you import the data to your WordPress installed on your website. Then what link you will get for the contact page in the menu on your website?
If I understand correctly, you will get http://mysite.com/contact instead of yoursite.com/contact.