I personally find it much easier to make a static XHTML version of the template first, then move it into WP
Interested, take a look at my portfolio www.contempoinc.com and shoot me a message via my profile
You’ll need to check the usage rights for them, or contact Liam at wefunction and ask
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Don’t mean to thread jack…
Things are definitely growing very quickly seems to be a lot of items being added, but sales are still pretty low for GR the bulk of the files are either 0 or 1 sale. I really doubt this has to do with items not being exposed on the home page, I’m thinking this probably has something to do with the purchase licensing, the model works pretty great for Flash & Website Templates but maybe not so much for graphic items.
I read a post awhile back that Envato was entertaining the idea of possibly offering different levels of purchase licensing on ThemeForest I believe, this might be a good thing to look at for GraphicRiver. I really think the single use per purchase license doesn’t work very well for these types of items.
That’s just my .02
yeah guess I got a little to excited and skipped over those and missed #3, kinda lame you had to email the link in…
Oh well, wasn’t really interested in the prizes, just pretty much wanted the “ribbon” badge looking forward to the next competition
Hey everyone. Voting is open for the competition winners. http://net.tutsplus.com
My template wasn’t included? It was added on the 7th…
got one WP template in the mix, looking forward to the results
+1 for email notifications on file updates – if buyers don’t want this they can opt out in their profile settings, problem solved.
I think this would be a great feature, otherwise how would a buyer know a file has been updated, unless they periodically check your item page (highly doubtful they do), I think also letting a buyer opt-in to a new item notification email at the same time might not be a bad idea either
Like DS said as long as you give them the option to opt out, everyones happy
To the people that will argue the RSS feeds for item notifications, not everyone uses RSS …but everyone uses email if they’re buying things on the web
Yup – if I was you I’d just leave it at $1 so it sells well and it might land up on popular files for the week. Then if it stays popular staff will probably adjust the price higher.
agreed, thats a good idea