Well sex sells, so i do not know if that article or this post will stop anyone.
Asks about wordpress basic workflow….
If the theme’s description tells you that the author offers support and he does not, you can request a refund on the fact that is false advertising. On the other hand authors are humans too, so he might have an issue. I recommend patience
Yes as I saw it was a weekend between. And we had some authors which we replied after 10 minutes but then they returned back after 5 days and demanded immediate support.
That is the point. To have a normal relationship with a customer, i think that answering in the same day is nice, excluding the weekends of course.
From what he described, you answer a question once every 2 days? That is a legitimate problem, how can a customer have a conversation with support if your response time is that long? If i did this, i think that i would have unhappy customers as well. I am not saying that his approach is good by any matter, but you have to pay more attention to your customers, and as you can see it reflects on the ratings.
So nice of you to help. Thanks
It seems that i am getting mixed ideas from their requirements and what you are saying here. So the question is: can i buy Visual Composer and use it with a theme including it in the theme or not? If not, what could i do? I would hate to have to recreate the wheel if it already was created ( the visual composer )
All that i can say is go with asus. Had HP. Didn’t turn out so well after waranty expired.
mountainthemes saidNo, but users prefer a variety of themes. If all use the same framework, all have the same basic things in them, and those things might not please all users.
From an user point of view do you prefer 45 different frameworks ?
I don’t mean the front end framework. I mean the back end framework like option tree, advanced custom fields and so on. You can do everything you want.An option could be (like Acf) an extendible Envato framework. Any developer has the same base code but anyone can extend it (via plugins). This would be the best way in my opinion.
Now… Envato!! I know you are busy with the bundle, but wheres the FAQ??
Parallelus saidFrom an user point of view do you prefer 45 different frameworks ?
That would be the beginning of a mass exodus from ThemeForest. It would be one thing to offer an option framework like they’ve done with OptionsTree, but to force one (at this stage) would not be acceptable.I can see a community like this being built around a framework where users develop themes specific to that framework and can sell them on the framework marketplace. There are a number of sites doing this, but TF is not structured this way and authors would run screaming if a requirement to use the TF framework were forced on them. 10 new TF like sites would pop up over night to gobble up all the newly available authors looking for a place to sell their work.
No, but users prefer a variety of themes. If all use the same framework, all have the same basic things in them, and those things might not please all users.