Ooops… I though that it was not possible. My bad
Smartik saidWe can’t change thumbnails without being checked by the Themeforest review team so this should not happen. Otherwise, why do we need to have product thumbnails and preview images reviewed?
No. That’s how it looks in grid mode, right now. But be ready to see this on thumbnails and nobody will notice that it is fake unless it is in ‘single column mode’.
This seems to be a neat feature so thanks!
Related with this matter, in my opinion there’s still a “special page” missing: Recent Popular Files. It is a page that shows the best selling items that were released in the last 3 months (or another period). Surely simply to add and a great feature for all authors that are currently releasing new themes and contributing for the marketplace improvement!
This is not good news for me and not a fix really. Sorry, but removing something is not fixing it! Also saying that the information that you provide now is better and less confusing isn’t true. Giving less information is not less confusing!
I don’t see what is the problem of showing our items queue position (this “old” solution seems to be the best for me). Why don’t you simply add this info and put a help link under with an eventual explanation for moving items up/down on the queue?
I truly and honestly believe when you say that there are no preferred authors on queue (I don’t see a valid reason for pushing some items up or down), but when you start giving less information, you give room to this type of thoughts.
Please consider keeping the different info you want to show now, but please add our queue position info like the good old days
juarathemes saidI have shown how to start on the second page of this thread: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/making-a-one-click-sample-install-or-just-use-xml-importexport/121980?page=2
Maybe that’s because we don’t know how to start?
This is using the method I described above, but there are alternative ways to do this. Good luck!
Actually at this moment reviewers are already saying “No thanks, we’ve too many” which forces authors to try and find alternative solutions for multiple sections of the theme. In general, getting a theme approved is now harder than a couple of months ago and this is good for everyone.
I understand your comment, but if your only problem is the parallax effect I think most of the theme allow you to turn it off. Let me just add that we authors are here mostly to make money and sometimes we are tempted to follow some trends.
Nevertheless, some of us also try to make different stuff, but most of the times sales can be a bit disappointing. I released a one page theme last week and I tried to make something a bit different and much more versatile than most of the one pagers. Sales are way below my expectations and I can’t find a valid reason so maybe I should have just sticked with the “1 page Parallax” that you said
This is the “bumpiest” thread ever
I already stated that I found truly difficult that someone comes up with a “one click” method to generate sample content. This is mostly because themes use different ways to store their options for pages, posts and other custom post types. I have also stated that the XML import feature is not really good, because due to security some servers don’t import properly images and other content.
Once again, let me just add that I don’t have any trouble in generating content with some PHP instructions. Just to give an idea, on my latest theme, 3 blog posts, 3 portfolio items, 3 team members, 2 slides and 10 pages are generated with a single click. This took me less than 2 hours to implement which is nothing considering that I spent hundreds of hours developing the theme.
It is a variation of price of less than 10% and because of the relatively low values involved here I would not care too much about this. Even if the price may seem inaccurate to you