for those authors that have their own support system, what apps do you use ? whether it’s a php script or anything else.Just set up a forum on your site.
There are plenty of free and low-cost options and with most hosting providers it’s a snap to install them.
Now, if Authors were really smart they’d charge $5 a month for support forum access.
I know buyers will hate this idea and cry about it but we’re talking about $35 themes, not $2,000 custom jobs.
It’s a means for an author to make some additional income and provide top-notch support to their customers.
Now, who’s gonna be the first to try it?
It’s Polish I believe.
Who speaks German as Hans Klass? Need help quickly
or something like that.
I’m torn between sticking with the top TF stars or giving an up and comer a fighting chance on a theme I really like.It’s $35, give ‘em a chance. You might be surprised.
I give up
‘cus your wrong.
REGULAR LICENSE first seller (YOU – use a stock photo) —> final buyer — STOP (if under 2500.000 copies) EXTENDED LICENSE first seller (YOU – use a stock photo) —> first buyer —-> final buyer (THIRD) — STOP hope is clear.You are wrong.
Unless you have our prior written consent, you must not directly or indirectly license, sub-license, sell or resell or provide for free the Work or offer to do any of these things. All of these things are referred to as Resale.Let’s see.
Line one clearly states that if you are using the photo in a product you intent to sell, that is considered resale. It’s pretty clear what they mean by resale.
You selling a product using a PhotoDune photo = resale.
You may use the Work alone or you may incorporate the Work into another work you are creating for your own purposes or for your client who has asked you to create it, but it cannot be created for Resale by you or your client.Line 2. You can use the photo for personal use or for work you have been hired to do by a client but that product cannot be resold. It’s a single use license.
If the Work is used or incorporated in a work, you may not reproduce any image more than 250,000 times in sum total (provided the copies are not for Resale).Providing you are using the image for a free product, that product is limited to 250,00 copies. Once again, it is stated that this does not apply to products you intent to sell.
If all of that still doesn’t make any sense,
Regular License = You Buy Product = STOP
If you want to sell a product using a PhotoDune photo you need an extended license.
The PhotoDune license is the same as the licenses for any other Envato products. If I want to purchase that product and include it in my own product to resell, I need to buy an extended license.
Where is a PhotoDune rep to clear this up?
Do you guys even read this stuff before posting…
Photo Regular License (No Resale)
I think the last part is a pretty good hint as to what you can do with the image. You can’t use it for anything you are planning on selling multiple copies of.
It’s one time, single use license. If you use it on something that is being distributed for free it has a 250,000 copies limit.
Photo Extended License (Commercial)
If you are going to use the image on something you intend to sell multiple copies of you need to extended license. End of story.
If the ebook is being sold you need the commercial license.
I’ve taken a look at another site, and their license states it is ok for a standard license up to 250,000 copies being sold, then an extended license will be required.I’ll bet you’ve misinterpreted the license and this is not the case. Please post a link to that TOS ?
I wonder will reviewer pass wp template with parts of the code licensed under gpl ? Or is it more advisable to have someone’s permission for using the code ?I’ve seen a couple of Themeforest Themes with Woo Themes code.
myownserver more of less summed it all up.
But, it’s a lame thing to do.
Create your own cool features, don’t steal them from other authors. It’s ThemeForrest, not CloneForrest.
Between all these fancy and really cool templates I have a hard time finding something I currently need: A very simple theme with the “standard” webpage layout: some header image on top, navigation on the left, a content area on the right. Some bells and whistle are of course ok, especially the possibility to use text in 2 columns in the content area, a footer etc. But basically these three main elements in a very clean style, white background etc.You mean the twentyeleven theme that comes with wordpress?
I think there is a shortcode plugin or script over at codecanyon. Throw that into the mix and call it a day.
still wait for Windows 8I hear that.
The previews so far look amazing and having a tablet that runs a true OS is gonna kick @ss.
Win 8 could be a giant step forward for OS’s or a huge mistake for MS. Guess we’ll see in a year.
I tried running Lion but my PC gave me a Inferior OS detected: installation cancelled error.
I can’t understand. just take whatever theme here and change the text and pictures. And then you get an awesome auto dealer theme. where’s the problem?
Not even close.
I don’t sell cars but I have a lot of websites that sell various products and I can tell you first hand that just buying a theme and changing the text and pictures doesn’t even come close to what makes an effective and profitable retail website.
We’re not talking about a static lawyer website that is built once and never changes. Any theme will work for that.
Being able to manage and promote an inventory that changes daily is going to be the number one priority for a car dealership. The site will also need to provide a robust search system so customers can search for vehicles by year, type, manufacturer, color, price etc… You’ll also need custom page templates to show off each vehicle and relevant information.