This option are now active? I try to upload the file in this way, but i see the error
““Optional WordPress Theme style.css is missing Theme Name header”I checked and my style.css is okay, there is the theme name header…
Is your theme the only thing in the ZIP file and in the top level?i.e.
WordPressTheme.zip |_ images |_ image1.jpg |_ file1.php |_ file2.php |_ style.css
If you have trouble finding the Network Admin, it’s in a drop-down menu from your name in the top right of the dashboard. Doesn’t seem consistent UI to me there, but that’s where it is.
I went and enabled the new Timeline profile too. Love it! I always look forward to new changes to FB though. I feel like maybe I’m in the minority there…
der saidThey’re listening to buyers, not authors – which is the sad part
Very good idea. You’re definitely listening to customers and that’s a good thing! Thumbs up for you guys…
Must be a fine line though, right? I mean, buyers are the authors’ customers, so helping buyers is helping authors
Glad you found the new field. There’s also a post here explaining about it that you might like to read: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/wordpress-theme-only-attachment/50937
Hi everyone! I wrote a short quick-tip style article for wp.tutsplus.com with some information on how to improve the overall quality of your WordPress themes.http://wp.tutsplus.com/articles/quick-tip-guidelines-for-improving-wordpress-themes/
Hi, Is it why I can’t upload now my HTML to the Site Templates category? On the file upload page I see now four fields under Step 2 (Files):
- Theme Preview
- Main File(s)
- WordPress Theme
I can’t sumbit my HTML files because it requests to upload WordPress Theme. Can you fix it?
Have you tried including the WordPress Theme?
Hi! Have you had a look at BuddyPress at all? It sounds like it could be what you’re looking for, especially with this plugin I found when searching just now: http://buddypress.org/community/groups/buddypress-rate-forum-posts/
I hope that helps
Good points, CLINE123 . Ultimately, feedback for the authors from their buyers is important. What they choose to do with it is up to them, but you certainly have every right to make suggestions! Then the authors who take them on board and do something about it have a leg up on their competition
Back on topic for a second: For basic dummy content needs on a WordPress site, I used the “WP Dummy Content” plugin, which is great for quickly adding some semi-realistic pages and posts to a site to show a client what their site will look like. It uses a custom field on them too, so that I can remove them again with one click for the client to have a fresh start to enter their proper content. If you’re interested, here it is: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-dummy-content/