Teoretically you can, but I don’t think that it’s a good practice. Isn’t it better to recommend the plugin and add support for it in your theme?
But again, plugins are licensed under GPL license. This license allows to fork the code and adapt it in your project, only if there are not additional notes from original author. I this case you should ask the author for permision.
Without purchase code there is no way to determine if the user is a customer or not. The alternative would be to contact you directly using the profile form.
FirestormGraphics saidBoss which framework is this: http://screencast.com/t/aYulFtKg5Ms
heres a cracker for ya, awesome in fact https://github.com/sy4mil/Options-Framework
I would say it’s a custom framework, but it may be a modified version of a Vafpress – http://vafpress.com/vafpress-framework/
(similar color and style).
I think that’s the only solution.
I think you like surprises.
Answer: No, it is not possible to hide the balance, because this is probably a useless option and most of the author wil ignore it.
Awesome. Thanks for sharing, mate. Also the video tutorial is just excelent.
Make sure that you are allowed to use these images. The best is to ask the photographer for permission. Also you are not allowed to include these images in the final package that is for sale.
If you have a good budget for this project, contact me and we can discuss all details.
smartik89 @ gmail.com
To see the 3D version, you must click on the “Watch this site in 3D WebGL” button on the homepage.This button disappears if your browser does not support the WebGL display.
Ahh, I see it now. You must work with a designer because this design is not ready for TF.
Again, when thesting with WebGL this is what I see in console: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9y8lwz674j224og/scr-00090-011.png ... and this is a big sign to reject the theme.