You can use a Learning Management WordPress Theme. There`s one out here. If you search on ThemeForest: http://themeforest.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=learning you`ll know that the first one might be a good fit!
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For some inspiration:
I would like to see a new structure for “Popular Items” for example. It would be great if “Last Week’s Top WordPress Sellers” could be changed to “Last 7 Days Top WordPress Sellers”. This way the items will be changed every day, not once a week and all authors will be equal. They shouldn`t have to submit themes only on monday in order to get as many sales as they can over the week
For what it’s worth, I had been following misguided advice from tutorials that should be taken offline before I ran across this old but useful post by Viper007Bond: http://www.viper007bond.com/2009/11/22/wordpress-code-earlier-shortcodes/ Preprocessing shortcodes that output user-supplied content end up showing correctly without all the annoying paragraph and break formatting issues while third-party plugin shortcodes continue to function normally. I only implemented this recently and so far so good. Anybody have a reason that this is not a good solution?
This is what I`m using too. So far so good. I can`t believe how such a big issue can be solved by only adding a number at the end of the
add_filter('the_content', 'do_shortcode', 7);
I’m not quite sure if theme updates really need approvals. Updates are not being checked in details as new theme releases. We’re probably just waiting for hours for somebody just to click the button.
Theme update can be sometimes quite crucial and it’s kind of frustrating to explain to customers that they have to wait 1 day until they can download a theme where we changed one small thing.There should be also a history of old theme versions. So in case of an unexpected bug they can always download a previous version. These things are standard in software development for years.
You`re right. Theme updates shouldn`t take so long time to get accepted, but they still have to be checked by someone. When WordPress releases a new version, some functions gets deprecated. I believe Envato staff knows about them and have to review all these updates so that themes uploaded be compatible with WordPress and follow best coding principles.
If a few months ago they didn`t care about how comments were built, now you have to make sure “comment_form” function is being used. If a few months ago you were allowed to srip out native functionality like wpautop and wptexturize, now you have to come up with better solutions.
Envato has so much work to do to improve its marketplaces but all I can see is that author dashboard comments structure is changed every week…
I would like to see a new structure for “Popular Items” for example. It would be great if “Last Week’s Top WordPress Sellers” could be changed to “Last 7 Days Top WordPress Sellers”. This way the items will be changed every day, not once a week and all authors will be equal. They shouldn`t have to submit themes only on monday in order to get as many sales over the week