So my new theme was soft rejected because I usually deregister the default WP jquery script and link to the one hosted on Google but apparently now this is no longer allowed.
I’m having troubles getting the default WP jQuery to work. Here’s the code I usually use:
wp_deregister_script( 'jquery' ); wp_register_script( 'jquery', 'https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.5.2/jquery.min.js' ); wp_enqueue_script( 'jquery' );
Then I tried just this (which didn’t work):
wp_enqueue_script( 'jquery' );
Then I tried putting <?php wp_enqueue_script( ‘jquery’ ); ?> right before wp_head(); in the header file, and when I did that the jQuery file was called but only after all the other scripts (after wp_head) somehow. Does anybody know how I can get this to work to use the default WP jQuery?
Cool thanks for the help
So it’s about tax time, yayyy! I am just curious, being a ThemeForest author am I supposed to pay taxes on all of my earnings from ThemeForest, or only the earnings that I actually requested and received via PayPal from ThemeForest. I checked around and couldn’t find anything about it.
I set up my support forum recently, and I was wondering if anybody knows of any bbPress plugins that the user can select whether their issue is resolved or not so I know all the threads that I need and don’t need to respond to.
Anybody know of anything? I tried searching myself but couldn’t find anything.
Thanks I’ll take a look
I was wondering what most authors use to power their galleries for their themes. Do most of you use the default WP gallery shortcode? I’ve been trying to style the default WP gallery for my theme, but the images aren’t resized correctly, making the spacing look really bad on the actual gallery page. Does anybody know how I can automatically resize these images depending on the number of columns selected by the user in the shortcode? I just ask this because in my previous themes I had a lot of complains that the default WP gallery didn’t work so I’m trying to fix it for my next release.
A lot of buyers just take the WP zip file they download from ThemeForest and automatically upload it via WP install when they need to unzip it first.
Try unzipping the main zip file, I’m sure you’ll see the zip inside that you need to upload, or the theme folder.
Send me an email via my profile page with any problems you’re having and I’ll help you out