It’s likely that the eCommerce themes with high sales are both;
2) Great Quality
Since stability is what you’re after rather than a theme being cutting edge, then why not check the best selling themes of the eCommerce category?http://themeforest.net/category/ecommerce?utf8=?&sort_by=sales_count&categories=ecommerce
Averaged out, I’ve had a 30% loss in sales over the period of the bundle – for the past two months I’ve had a very steady days income with a few HUGE days, and a few sucky days.
Over the bundle I noticed quite a large drop in sales, but also the rate of fluctuation increased, I had my worst day for 3 months, but also I had a surprisingly great day a few days ago.
But yes, for better or for worse depending on how many buyers the bundle brought in; I’d say I’ve lost about 30% of my income the past two weeks, which sucks a little, but I’m not a bundle hater, just wish my item was in there
I recently made a thread about this;http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/wp-36-has-built-in-postformat-metaboxes-/90880
It’s not just jPlayer though, since WordPress introduced post formats, but gave authors no real way of handling the additional meta (Audio, Video, Quotes etc.) then authors are going to be presented with a really big problem;
1. Any framework (including mine) which uses custom meta inputs for dealing with post formats will become dated, this mean that all themes are going to have to be updated to use the new meta inputs that WordPress have finally decided to provide, but then there’s;
2. The data from the meta inputs of our old frameworks will also be lost, as there’s no (real) way of moving everyone’s old meta data into the new areas, now this isn’t the worst thing in the world, as the old meta data will still be properly written to the old posts, but taking those inputs away means users won’t be able to use and update the meta in older posts, also themes will need to be bloated to echo out the old meta data, and the new meta data from 3.6 – If you think of something like Avada, fast approaching 20,000 sales, this will be a BIG issue.
So here’s what i’m thinking of personally doing;
Disabling the 3.6 meta inputs, it won’t take much & then users can stick with my old framework which TBH has better meta inputs for posts anyway, when you start looking at the self-hosted-video option, which the 3.6 meta input is pretty sucky for – the only issue is I know I won’t be allowed to do this as this would essentially break any existing content created on a 3.6 install before switching to my theme…
Basically, as an author, I’m a bit stuck for a solution at the moment, i’d be interested in hearing others opinions!
No I’m talking about this;
The above is taken from a theme uploaded on the 7th of March, usually the counter would split after the first month, you can see this hasn’t happened, or perhaps, has this now changed to split after a 2 month period? And then I’ve just opened this thread and made myself look silly
I’m noticing that the p/month isn’t ticking over properly at the moment, I’ve got an item that’s well over a month old now and the p/month counter isn’t splitting the sales amount properly.
Sorry if this has already been identified and mentioned.
Really simple, use an theme options framework, I recommend using the build in theme options API;https://codex.wordpress.org/Theme_Customization_API
Make yourself a drop down option with your header names and then echo this option into your theme something like this, depending on how you’ve set-up your options;
<?php get_header($option['header_style']); ?>
EDIT: Using this method instead of page templates means you can define site wide header styles, if you want to
Yes you can do that and also be classed as an exclusive author – just don’t be tempted to try and drive sales to the WordPress version from your HTML version here on TF or you might get a slap on the wrist
There’s a checkbox when we upload items saying ‘this work is entirely my own’ or something similar, I see this as a disclaimer that everything included in the download is allowed for distribution – I’ve included bits of artwork in the past from friends in old HTML files and not had any issues with the reviewers. As Chris said, mentioning that you own the photo should be enough
Google is your friend Hopefull that will work for you!