WooThemes are making some changes to WooCommerce in the next version (2.3), which will potentially break the display of WooCommerce content in themes. There’s no exact timeframe for the new version, but it is likely to be in the near future.If you are the author of a WooCommerce compatible theme(s), can you please review the changes and make sure your theme(s) are compatible with the new version. It is important that themes support these changes, as otherwise users will update WooCommerce only to find that their site no longer displays correctly.
Thanks for the post. We have an old theme that is WooCommerce compatible. My question is, if I leave compatibility with WooCommerce 2.2 selected on themeforest, will this theme get soft disabled?
There are no paid updates on themeforest, therefore we don’t have available resources to update the theme for free.
AitThemesClub saidI’d say probably because you’re not allowed to promote yourself or your items…
Would somebody explain me why my comment about my own theme was removed from this thread? Avada and Enfold are the only themes people can discuss and buy?
Good to know, is it then better to create a new account for that purpose?
Sorry to be sarcastic, but don’t see any logic in that. If somebody’s looking for advise I can point them to our theme if I think it’ll help him. Our theme is fully translated to French language which is an advantage comparing to discussed ones. I haven’t opened a new thread for promotion only.
I think this new themeforest theme would not pass the review process
Yes you can also take down themes that no longer sell here and sell them via different channels. No problem with that. It’s your product.
We were given the opportunity to apply to provide this service in a thread about 2 months ago, I’ve still not heard back about it, it’s ridiculous.
Sorry to apply for Envanto Studio to be one of xxx freelancers offering that or to provide this service for your themes only? I’ve overlooked this thread to be honest. Thanks.
Thanks for the post. Great to see that I’m not alone that don’t like it. I’m sad that such things are added to the marketplace without prior discussion with authors.
I’d like to open a discussion about “Install theme” and “Install plugin” buttons that are present in the Downloads section for every buyer. I don’t know if it’s only me but I find it kind of unfair to theme/plugin authors.
Authors are providing theme support free of charge to keep customers happy and instead of giving us the option to offer this fairy simple service ourselves to cover some support costs, Envato is forwarding our customers to 3rd party freelancers.
Shouldn’t we have an option to offer this service instead of Envato studio freelancers? If author does not bother only then this service should be provided by 3rd party.
What are your thoughts on that guys?
@Dream-Theme There’s a huge delay in that. We’ve reached new level in August but we still haven’t got a campaign or anything else except congratulation email.
@hambye The best would be to contact theme author. Envato will answer to your ticket in about a week time. Theme can be in the review process. Similar thing happened to us, have a look at the following thread: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/envatos-attitude-towards-customers-and-authors/148915