LubosVolovar saidYes maybe in the future, but right now i can not switch to Redux because i already made the theme with SMOF!
This framework was not updated for months, so if you are not able to customize it and fix all issues yourself, you should switch to a different one (I suggest Redux Framework).
WPEnter saidOMG http://my.jetscreenshot.com/1586/20140717-islp-97kb
Hello there, I got soft rejected last time because of “Undefined Index” notices caused by SMOF framework which is not my fault. Upon first installation options needs to be reset by clicking “Option Reset” button in the “Theme Optoins” and notices messages will not show again, here is the what author of that framework says:
I re-submitted my theme again with explanation of what it needs to be done. But i get this message:
“This is a resubmission of a previously rejected submission. Resubmitting without making the required changes or any improvements is not considered acceptable use of the Envato marketplaces and repeated attempts may result in a temporary or permanent suspension of authorship.”
I don’t want to submit my theme again because reviewers will get me wrong ( don’t want to mess with them ) , but i don’t know what to do.
Kotofey, which link?)
thank you Kotofey but explain me why other themes have not this issue and does not matter if safari has bug or not.
You can find the explanation by following the link.
This only a great gift for elite authors who know and understand how to use google analytics to their benefit. I am Google Analytics certified and a large majority of companies we do business with do not fully understand how to utilize GA to it’s fullest potential.
This seems like a nice present for elite authors who understand and are GA certified but other authors may not know a thing about Google analytics. They will not understand how to create custom reports and how to properly use advanced segments and filters. There are so many things involved with Google Analytics that require a lot of time and dedication to learn how to use it to it’s fullest potential.
Questions:- Is ecommerce tracking setup for the users who put their UA code in your system? - Is event tracking in place for the authors homepage and item pages? - Are their IP exclusion filters setup for Envato home office and other employee’s? - Has anyone created shared custom reports to help authors get started without understanding how to fully use GA? - Is there documentation setup for authors on how to create conversion goals with funnel visualization to find out where abandonment is happening? - Is tracking going to work on multiple top-level domains?
I’ve clicked the request a staff reply as I’m very interested in the feedback you gave for sure and I am also wanting some further info on reports and details behind things for sure. I’m all for learning from someone who knows how things work rather than just accepting this gift and not knowing how to utilize it to my benefit, otherwise I don’t think this will really be useful.
Thanks for your input!
JonathanPS – Am I the only one who doesn’t quite understand how this will actually help me? What I mean is, because the Envato marketplaces are rigid with rules and regulations I’m not sure I can even act upon any info I gain from the reports. Usually I could look at my own stats and see search terms, then see pages and length on pages and even follow through a cart system – from all that info I can add focus to pages, products and even alter things in the flow of the shopping cart etc but of course I have no search info in these stats, I can’t alter prices, I can’t add focus to my pages and there currently is no cart etc and I can’t see and what point they exited – I don’t want to sound like a Debbie downer here at all, I WANT to use the info to help but I’m struggling to understand how this is possible. Seems more like, oh look 16 people looking at that theme, oh they all went away again….