Did someone considered the following and if yes, what is the answer:
Breadcrumbs as plugin from ThemeHybrid is 16,5kb. Built in breadcrumbs, properly styled for a theme I bought from ThemeForest is 9kb.
Post carousel like flexslider or meta slider is over 2MB. Built in carousel is 170kb.
And another question, most of the plugins load js. Often they load the same js files but from their own folders. Both versions are loaded in the console. What will be the loading speed if I have 10 plugins? Or 15?
What is the point to load isotope wall for portfolio and isotope masonry for products and isotope grid for blog from 3 different plugins with 3 different sets of customization, js and css files? And on top of that I have to override the css with my own?
I am asking as a customer with low to mediocre css and php knowledge.
What is your advice?
Good point, +1
I live in a zone without cable and fibre, so I pay a lot for a wi-fi connection… poor Italy
For the record: yesterday the reviewer rejected my update because of some “Strict Standards” issues… so I think something has changed
as its name says, “G” is a HTML template so it is only a skin, as the other HTML themes on this marketplace. It has been built to help developers that don’t have time or skills to design a skin by themselves, it provides the design for the ecommerce pages (as for the blog pages etc.) nothing else. If you need the PHP functions (or ASP or any other dynamic language) that makes your ecommenrce or blog works, you have to turn the html theme into a WP theme, or Magento theme or hire a developer etc. Hope this makes sense.
Lo stato detrae circa il 30% su tutte le entrate estere
Mah… non credo sia proprio così, per quanto mi riguarda (però con il mio inquadramento, quindi poi non so come sia la situazione personale di ciascuno) che siano entrate estere o meno non fa una gran differenza, pago le tasse per quello che guadagno, così ha disposto l’Agenzia delle Entrate. Non so bene dove hai raccolto questa informazione e se si possa adattare a tutte le circostanze. Se hai qualche link da girare ci darei volentieri un’occhiata.
Haven’t read the whole thread since it’s quite long. Read the new requirements though and I’m fine with all of those except that I want a clarification for the custom post type thing. My themes have 1 custom post type: Portfolio. Do I need to include that as a separate plugin?
It can have as much functionality as I want, this is why it’s called a CMS and not a blogging system. And if you think it’s us that should be grateful to Envato only, you should know that it goes the other way around as well, Envato would have been nothing without the elite authors.
And, “Do you guys even realize what theme authors with this attitude have done to Envato’s reputation in the overall WordPress community? ” .. Are you serious?
Then why not releasing only GPL themes so everybody else can use our work without even asking…I mean, we need reputation, reputation gives us food, a place to live in and everything else, right?
Suddenly after 5 years they care about reputation? Last time I checked, this was a business and WordPress a CMS, since when do the plugin developers make rules for us, the theme developers?When the buyers will understand the standards and not buy / expect themes with lot of functionality inside, we’ll apply them too, but till then, it affects both our support work and the sales, so why would we support a measure that probably doubles the time invested in support and decrease our sales?
+1 (you’re my new hero)
What you are calling a “WordPress Skin”, is a WordPress theme. Something with a lot more functionality integrate in, may not be simply a “theme” any longer, rather a turnkey solution of some kind.
Ok, in this case create a new section called “Super themes” for this kind of themes