Useful tip! Thanks for sharing
Congratulations! You deserve it!
1. I personally do all the coding in a local repository, but for a larger project like a theme, you may need some centralized sources
2. It would be better to sync only the theme folder. Syncing the whole wordpress folder, doesn’t make sense, since databases won’t be copied when cloning
3. The workflow is to clone a folder, do the changes and sync to server. If both folders have changed, you should be careful when merging to avoid losing code.
4. Branch and merge the changes in the new version
Hopefully my answers give you an idea of how the workflow goes. If not, there are lots of Git tutorials online to help you decide
+1 The problem appeared this morning. Reported via twitter, so far no answer.
It is accepted as the MIT license isn’t prohibiting commercial usage. However, it would be better to email the author or to send him a message on twitter regarding this matter.
Probably some terrorists had hijacked the plane wanting to hit something with it. They never reached their target and crashed elsewhere due to insufficient fuel.
Just an assumption.
Yes, about two hours ago.
It is accepted on Envato marketplaces and it’s not considered a reason for rejection.
The base64_* functions are, however, forbidden for the Wordpress plugin directory. So, Wordpress review team will probably reject your submission if you use any of these functions.
Also, when verifying with Plugin checker, or Theme checker it will display a warning asking you to remove those functions. Don’t worry about it. This is because those plugins are strictly following wordpress guidelines.
I tried freeletics for four weeks, I remember that I had to give in the first week because of the muscle fever. It is a very intense workout. Even so, I only got slightly visible results.
So, I moved to bar exercises and the results are visible from week two, especially for my ab and core.