I think you can since you are still the owner of the theme. You are allowed to give it to anyone if you like.
No you can’t, not as an exclusive author, that’s a breach of terms.
@playnethemes – Licenses are non-transferable, so the best thing to do would to to open a new account, purchase the theme, and then give the account details
SemblanceProduction saidI’m also asking myself the same question… That can’t be a selfie… More a simple funny pic.
How is he(it) holding the camera?
It took 2 days and 52 separate shots to put together using the Rovers movable camera arm to take the shots, then they were combined and de-seamed (not sure of the technical term?!)
156 sales & 19 five star ratings from existing buyers, and you instantly decide scam rather than user error?!
As Charlie pointed out, you’ve just uploaded the wrong file to WordPress
Assuming you mean WordPress.
1. Any WordPress theme can have unlimited pages.
2. Interchangeable main menu? If you want to pick menus on a page by page basis, there’s plugins for that: https://wordpress.org/plugins/menu-per-pages/
3. Multi language can be done with any site supporting WPML, see a list here: http://themeforest.net/attributes/compatible-with/WPML
Your demo site can have the images you want, but you need to replace these with placeholder images for the files you’re providing for buyers to download.
Take a look here also:https://github.com/paulund/Wordpress-Theme-Customizer-Custom-Controls
Small tweaks, 1 or 2 lines of CSS I am happy to do this for buyers, though after 3 tickets of this I usually refer them to a customisation service.
Othertimes I’ll do more or less depending on the client, if they’re really nice, genuinely nice I mean and approach the relationship we have as author & buyer in a great way, then I’ll normally go that extra mile for them. However, if a buyer comes in with a major attitude straight away for no apparent reason, then I’ll normally not offer any help with customisations whatsoever.
Short Version: Be nice, get more
In the “compatible bowsers” section of the “flatter” theme page, you’ll see that IE8 isn’t listed, so the theme was never intended to support IE8