Probably you need to raise the account limits by giving more info about you on PayPal. They have a good support line so I think the best way is to call them and see what’s going on.
With the recent changes, does anyone now if we really need to use the key, secret and access token stuff? Will all the users have to input these values on their widget settings?
A decrease it’s normal just like on Christmas time, but 30%-50% is a lot. And I think it’s mainly in August.
KieranEdwards saidIt’s hard to tell… If you are going to work locally do a small market research and see how much is being charged by other people/companies to do the same type of work.
If i was to do one a week and build..lets say.. a basic site: 5 to 10 pages blog artwork content further coding hosting domain basic SEOHow much would you say is a reasonable amount to charge, baring in mind the theme cost $45 and hosting + domain will cost.
To keep things with decent quality and a good level of detail I wouldn’t recommend you to do more than 1 per week. This is always hard to tell, because it depends very much on the amount and diversity of content you are supposed to implement
You could not select which formats to enable in 3.6 beta. I am aware that you can in older versions.I haven’t tested that version, but I find this very strange. Anyway, let’s wait until this goes live
Like many others, I found the UI pretty confusing. Also, I think there are far to many post formats. I would also like to have the ability to turn off some of the formats. Why would I need “Aside-format” for my portfolio-posts anyway?Actually you can already decide what post formats you want to add support. So you can turn on/off whatever you formats you want. More info here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Post_Formats
Anyway, once again, the big problem is that they look incomplete and this leads to a non standardization of treatment and implementation across different themes.
I’m using the Foundation Grid on my latest 4 themes and I don’t want to change it
But I only use the grid… In my opinion it’s more flexible than bootstrap and, because I don’t care about the styles and other elements included, it’s perfect for me.
I would just add that it’s not so hard to adapt these grids: I’m building a new theme with the visual composer from WPBakery that was built on top of Bootsrap and I adapted it to fit the ZURB grid without any trouble.
I think these posts formats are not viable until they have some standard params. For instance the twenty thirteen WP theme has them and, as an example, the gallery type requires that we place gallery shortcode in the middle of the post content. I think this is not a user friendly solution. In a way I don’t think it’s even understandable that the theme has a function to search for this gallery on the post content.
Also the video code should be placed on the page content too and what about a description for that video?
Each post type should have a special field to make it work so that ALL theme comply with that. At this moment some themes create custom fields to receive that special info, but if you switch to another theme it will not work, because it has different ways of working (or at least these variables have different names). So probably you have to fill all the information again and this makes all this process useless, because there’s nothing standard about it.
That decision is up to you. If you got a rejection (not a “soft rejection”) make sure that you change a lot in your theme, because that’s what is supposed to happen in that rejection scenario.