Welcome to the club! Enjoy every moment of the next years and take some time to be and to support your family
@ kubiq: it has been 4 years so maybe he already sorted this one out
Thank very much for your prompt answers Stephen! And we do agree with “We’ve identified that we need a better way to manage these incidents and will hopefully have a better solution at some point in the future”. On the first page of this thread tommusrhodus seems to have thought about a solution
We did not had any comment about the update to all our themes. Can you also tell us if they are all marked as safe? Thanks!
Yes please! The current solution is confusing
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I can see your profile image
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dnp_theme saidNo offense too, but “back to reality”??? The reality is that if a theme advertises something it is supposed to work like that. This is why some themes are soft rejected sometimes… They have bugs or don’t work as advertised.
@rdavenport you don’t pay for a full site (HTML+PHP+CSS+JS+other_files) around here. You only pay for ONE LICENSE to use the theme AS IS. Everything else (including support) is and ALWAYS be optional.
If I were you, in the majority of customers, I would agree with you 100%, but I’m in the majority of elite authors here, therefore cannot agree with you at all.
FYI: Envato DOES force us authors to develop WP themes with and only with WP standards. This means: import as usual with the WP importer, additional features as plugins, etc. If some authors provide ONE CLICK import, that is also optional, it’s the author’s option to do so. I do it too, because I know how to, but if another author doesn’t, you must appreciate his work on design, regardless of your difficulty to reproduce the demo content. Again, you like it, you buy it, you use it as is.To put it short, you need to come clear, back to reality, no offence ok?
Of course the theme is AS IS like any other software, but if it does not work as advertised the buyer should have the right to get his money back. If not, I wonder what are we authors doing here. Cheating customers?