What Ruben means is forget wordpress.com.
Change the nameservers back to namecheap Go to wordpress.org and download a copy of wordpress. Set up a blank MySQL database with a user with admin rights on your hosting account. Upload the unzipped wordpress file to you web directory on your server. Visit your site and run through the install routine. Upload your theme and you’ll now be able to select it from the backend. Import all your posts and pages and ta-da, a crispy new website.
You can contact Envato directly here: http://support.envato.com/index.php?/Tickets/Submit and request a refund but you’ll have to show them that the code is buggy and the theme doesn’t work as advertised.
How they’ll check that when the theme has been taken down, I don’t know.
Did amen.fr renew your account with PHP running in strict mode?
Please pay attention to this – we were called by our bank a few days ago, around a week after purchasing a woothemes plugin. They’d picked up on a test transaction made abroad and blocked all our company cards which has left us up shit creek for the last week or so as we’ve been unable to pay online invoices.
Work – strong black coffee. Play – Gin/tonic/bitters.
Can we mention individual themes here? Take Mediso, just been released by the talented chaps at Goodlayers – it has every feature that their standard multi-page themes do yet is 70% of the price. Surely a great single page theme should be near to or equal to the price of the multi page themes?
How large is the theme? What’s the maximum filesize upload limit on your hosting account?
You can create a test.php file with the following line:
<?php echo phpinfo(); ?>
and check the max filesize upload limit.
Alternatively, why not jsut unzip the theme folder and upload by FTP instead?