tommusrhodus saidTHANKS! i almost instantly found the perfect one!
You’ll likely want an EDD enabled theme: http://themeforest.net/search?utf8=?&term=easy+digital+downloads
I guess you are talking about Stocky. That’s what I was about to recommend.
This is just like the game named “SilkWorm” on Amiga500.
There was SilkWorm, and SilkWorm4. Nothing else.
And they are unbelievably promoting the features that Linux already has for years.
Yeah, Linux is awesome, the only reason I not use it is because most of the top software are not available for it.
Make animations faster.
Remember! Do not overide the scrollbar. Never! Remove it.
@ImanGM, regarding Google Analytics. You get detailed info just like you would place a track code on your own site? I’m just curious, hope to get elite as well some day and see that myself.
I don’t understand what’s the problem of creating something similar to statmenter by revaxarts or at least to fork the code and include it on statment page? Why do Envato ignore this? Ahhh….
Smartik saidI totaly disagree. It’s common to do so on TF, but that doesn’t mean it’s the only way to survive. I’m telling you – create a killer design – something cool – give them a couple of different templates and some options, and you don’t need hundreds of features and bloated builders to have a successful item.
There is nothing it can be done anymore. The page builders, hundreds of different so called “features”, tens of different layouts in one, is a must now in TF if you want to survive the competition…
Don’t tell me that, I know what is good and what not. The bad part is that buyers don’t know that and they are searching for garbage, for bundles, not themes.
Create that “killer design” and show me the sales, when you’ll have it then you can disagree with my previous comment. It’s hard, mate, and you must be lucky also. The “Popular items” section speaks for itself.
I don’t like these themes that includes every plugin possible and add hundred of different options in it, but that sells. I like minimal designs with minimal resources, that loads fast on every device and use the latest technologies.
I personally hate VC / page builders, they are so buggy (from my experience), they aren’t easily moved from install to install and just aren’t very user friendly.
I can see the benefit for people new to WP but a theme shouldn’t need to rely on a page builder to make the content look nice, it should be the same with or without the editor (using shortcodes).
I don’t even think that most buyers want or need a page builder, it’s just the current buzz word and they think they want it to seem like they are upto the latest trend.Page builders should be used as an extension to a theme not to be the actual theme.
You say so because you haven’t actually seen a real page builder. All these that are on market are just “Inner content builders”. I agree that a page builder should be used as an extension and the theme should not be dependent on it, but I also hate the shortcodes and I think it is much easier to create the content visually instead of how the WordPress way.
To the OP. There is nothing it can be done anymore. The page builders, hundreds of different so called “features”, tens of different layouts in one, is a must now in TF if you want to survive the competition, else developers may choose another platform that is not so popular. Ehh, WP is destroyed bit by bit.