Any help ?
I am trying to connect Google Analytics with WordPress in an efficient way to get the page views in WordPress as a meta data and display it as the view counter.
I already implemented this, the issue is in large websites where they have a lot of traffic.
What i currently do that i get the number from GA and cache it for 30 minutes, it worked fine till the server usage went very high due to the high number of requests, so it is not effective anymore.
Do you have any better solution for large websites ?
I believe the theme mentioned here is smart to show 60+ possible demo for the user, they are not packing 60 zip files into one download package, they are showing possibilities, what can be done with their product and one click installation for any demo, thats a competitive advantage for them.
Avada for example, do you think the 100K purchased copy will produce 100K similar website? of course not, everyone will use the settings that matches their needs, so you can judge Avada for supporting everything people want to use.
Thanks DJMiMi, your advice helped a lot , just got the theme approved
We recently had a soft-rejection for data sanitization, is there any tool to test the sanitization of the theme?, just to make sure that everything is in control.
+1, well said
Invitation sent, sorry guys i wish i could invite everyone.
I got an invitation for Dribbble, if you have an amazing portfolio and wish to be able to drafted as player, add your dribbble profile link and your portfolio of designs.
All the best.
We are looking for a PSD Designer partner, he should design the PSD according to the theme we will agree on and we will handle the theme development and updates.
This should be a long term for serious and creative designers.
- A Themeforest Author with at least one Amazing project approved on themeforest “Preferred to be elite author”.
- He will be responsible for creating PSD Designs and setting the brand identity for the Theme we will agree on together.
- He will help in creating the demo in WordPress.
- We will split the theme revenue 40% for him, 40% for us, 20% for marketing,support staff hosting etc.
- Good in deadlines, we don’t want to waste each other time.
- WordPress Theme will be hosted on Code125 Account.
If you are interested, we can talk further through my profile contact form.
We all create shortcodes in our themes, but we use different name methodology for our shortcodes, and make our own version, and when buyers change the theme they are using they just face a page full of codes and they have to build it from scratch based on what this theme supports.
The idea simply, why don’t we “authors” build a wiki or any other solution to agree on a methodology on creating shortcodes, for example:
If you want to support a title shortcode in your theme it should have the following parameters: -title -icon -url -class -idso a regular title shortcode should be like that
[title title="Title" icon="fa fa-abc" url="#" class="" id=""]
We are talking here about the features we “authors” are adding every day to our themes, we can share the ideas on any platform or even here on this thread.
Another point is if i “author” want to implement a new shortcode that i knew about, what should be the parameters.
We don’t interfere with how do you handle the code, just to unify our generated code so switching will be easier so people can always upgrade their websites.
So … what do u think, is there anything like this and i missed it ?
Best Regards, Mostafa