Well it’s definitely an interesting way of working things out in a partnership.
What would you define “if the theme sells”? Minimum amount of sales per week?
5% for 3 demos is low imho. Somewhere along the 20% would’ve been more reasonable.
Not interested in this, just wanted to ask for your reasoning Good luck in finding the right designer!
Short and quick answer: Yes!
I’m using WPEngine for like 2 years already. I’m on the $99/month plan, having my demos on a multi-site. Works a breeze.
However, I did hear a lot of good stories from TF authors about A Small Orange and their great customer support.
For WPEngine’s customer support I can speak, because I used it like 4 times in this time. They were extremely responsive, even in weekends, and they definitely do a top job for the money. I consider myself care-free on the hosting side. I don’t have to worry about that cause WPEngine has my back.
Hope this helps, Paul | Icy Pixels
The things are already worse than they can be. I think Envato lost the interest of the small author, and not so high-selling elite authors that are not in the popular themes section.
+1 from me though. Even though they’ll do nothing about it, as it was previously discussed in countless threads.
Thanks for jumping in the forums and introducing yourself! Finally we have someone taking care of us, again!
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You’re in a search for a plugin, not a theme for that functionality. A theme should never ever implement that kind of functionality within itself.
So, to prove myself useful, check for Restrict Content Pro / Easy Digital Downloads and the like
Install something like WooCommerce and you’ll see that the plugin adds metaboxes to which will enable you to enter special information about the product you’re going to sell. That would be one application of it.
There’s also ScrollMagic which does a good job