i was surfing net and came to know that of some sites which are distributing the themes illigally so how to inform the support
Hello there, For each $3750 earned with Envato, your rate climbs 1%, so when you’ll have $75000, your rate will be 70%.
So if in the month end my portfolio make sales of $3750 i will get paid 51% commission and if sales of $75000 i will get paid 70% commission.
Is it true or am i wrong please correct me as i can’t undertand it.
Can any one tell me how does rate schedule work is it counted monthly or is it on your withdrawal
Rates Schedule % Sales volume $ 50% $0 51% $3,750 52% $7,500 53% $11,250 54% $15,000 55% $18,750 56% $22,500 57% $26,250 58% $30,000 59% $33,750 60% $37,500 61% $41,250 62% $45,000 63% $48,750 64% $52,500 65% $56,250 66% $60,000 67% $63,750 68% $67,500 69% $71,250 70% $75,000
I think the pro theme dev’s are all afraid because they think if they share their knowledge they will get competition from newbie but don’t mind me saying that the real reason behind it is that they are a greedy fellows who want the whole fruit for themselves and no one other than them should get it, but they are wrong because no matter how much work they say is behind the themes they develop and i agree there is the real thing is that every basic tools/liberaries they use are free and open source say if it WordPress, jQuery, google fonts/fontface, many plugins they have moded are submited free by some great people. So the moral is just that one cant eat more than his/her appetite no matter how much food is in front of you and if u do you might not be able to digest it so let all get the chance and have their share and live because
One could take what is in your hands,So stop worrying and seeing some one as your opponent as one can only take what is written in his/her fate if good he/she might overcome you / if bed they will just vanish from here. If I am wrong just forgive me…........:)
But no can take what is their in your fate.
Hi valendesigns can i use option tree plugin in my themes is it free to use or i have to buy any extended license to use it and can i submit my theme built with integrated option tree plugin with it at the market place can it be approved or will it get rejected as i saw some themes here using option tree in their backend
Thanks in advance.
dear fellow authors can i use option tree plugin in my themes is it free to use or i have to buy any extended license to use it and can i submit my theme built with integrated option tree plugin with it at the market place can it be approved or will it get rejected as i saw some themes here using option tree in their backend
Thanks in advance
can i submit a plain wp theme without extra backend feature or it is important to submit a theme with a good functional adminpanel?
can i submit a plain wp theme without extra backend feature or it is important to submit a theme with a good functional adminpanel
Brandon says: July 10, 2009 at 7:21 pm
@Hyder: Agreed – although the JS effects largely depend on the use-case though. In many cases, even this is GPL as the jQuery scripts that most users use (jCarousel, prettyPhoto, slider, etc.) are also GPL or some other form of open source. I think that while each of these tools might be GPL , it’s the “whole package” including the CSS and images that are the true value to users. Quite literally anyone can download Wordpress and jQuery (as an example) and put together some rudimentary functionality within XYZ -days – it’s the unique styling and design (including the layout) that brings the value to the table for most buyers. That’s just conjecture on my part, but I think the community would agree.
I don’t think the Automattic folks are out to put anyone out of business, but drawing a line in the sand and saying that their core code is open source is a pretty important thing for them to do because it protects their intellectual property the same way most WP themers are trying to protect their own IP. This is simply another step in defining the legalities surrounding web design when an open source framework is involved. Anyways, love it or hate it, I think this has spurred some very interesting discussion in this post.