It’s not about the numbers.
The issue is that the ‘option_name’ row in wp_options table is limited to 64 characters in length which causes issue when theme folder is that long.
I just switched to this script a few minutes ago, Its amazing to look at, but I cant find a work around a small problem, ThemeForest is kinda changing my URL :/ So for example, http://www.example.com/#demo is changed to http://www.example.com/%23demo
Can you tell me a work around or something? :/
Hi, glad you like it.
Yeah, TF does that. You can use product GET parameter instead though, like this: http://www.example.com/?product=demo
Why do you need 4 different loops for this? It can be all done with just one (assuming that all the posts belong to that one category).
My suggestion would be to look into resizing on demand, I suggest this library: https://github.com/derdesign/mr-image-resizeI have also written a small WP plugin that hooks into default image resizing that WordPress does, that also generates images only when needed, and not on upload (add_image_size is still used, so no change in your theme code): http://wordpress.org/plugins/optimize-images-resizing/ (github).
Maybe you could make use of the code to get around this restriction (by explaining the reviewer what it does).
My only concern is that some users wil expect a big new feature or change, just because we rolled over to 4.x.x.
4.0 certainly brings some awesome new changes and I am looking forward to the release, there should be no major issues for the authors as only a few (3rd party) libraries were updated.