I would like to know how you sales effect after adding the search enhancement for themes and templates?
Mine are bit improving, need to wait for few more days to get it clarity.
Its looking Great
I still hope that one day WordPress core will include a built-in visual builder to create basic things like columns or pullqoutes at least.
Yes it will be in future, they considering using light weight page builder.
We use SiteOrign Page builder for all my themes as TGM activation.
We feel this is lightest builder out of all the page builders available right now.
Congrats, you got it accepted.
Honneslty, you should change to a light-gray, as my example below. It took a good 30 seconds to remove saturation and lighten to make it look like a proper “i don’t have a profile photo yet” user avatar.
In the envato UX, that green is the “highlight” color for important things like purchase button, etc.. Is the default avatar really deserving that highlight status?
Seriously, look at this image and the image posted by GravityDept 3 posts up. Which one is the most appropriate and make the forum more readable?Can we expect a change, or does the designer love the art direction too much and with time, we hopefully will too?
I am personally not a fan of multipurpose themes for the following reasons:
1) They are bloated and tend to load slower than a single-theme, this is due to an increase in the number of scripts used
2) They can be confusing for clients, most of my clients just want to be able to edit the text and a few colours and not have to deal with different layouts, different header styles etc
3) They aren’t brandable, if I buy a single niche theme e.g. a kindergarten I can brand this to my clients business, the multipurpose themes tend to be bland and boring (imho)
4) From a developers pov, if a client wants a certain feature added / removed, it can be a pain to find the right template and the right line of code as it’s just a jumble of functions doing if elses of the theme options,
I always get my clients to choose niche themes related to their industry as (in my opinion) they are better designed (for their purpose) and aren’t trying to do 10 other things.There is a market for multipurpose themes but I find it’s the “noob buyers” who aren’t sure what they want and just buy the theme with the most options so they can test out every option.