Make that 263
I believe there is a queue however I think all of the site templates, WordPress templates and others appear in the same one. One reviewer might just review WordPress themes and another site templates therefore if the guy you spoke to submitted within a different category that might explain why his got done before yours.
Thanks for the replies, I managed to find out what it was pretty silly really.
When creating my meta boxes I used this tutorial over on WPtuts+, which helps you set up various different meta boxes including one which replaces the default categories taxonomy selection with its own.
When following the tutorial I created a sort of template for re-using the meta boxes and I included the code for the aforementioned custom category/taxonomy meta box which overrides the default categories, I simply removed the 3 lines of save code for the categories meta box which I don’t use and all is fixed
Thanks again guys
I’m having an issue with one of my themes where when you assign a category to a post on the post screen, then click update, the category doesn’t get saved to the post. If you click quick edit on the list of posts screen it saves, however when you go into the edit post screen and click update it clears the assigned categories again.
I’ve narrowed the issue down to having custom meta boxes on the post screen, when I disable them the categories work fine, has anyone had this issue before??
It depends, if it’s an integral part of the theme, building it in is probably the way to go. If its something you’re adding in for the sake of it, it might be worth just letting the user add it in if they want to use it.
Just wondered if any of you could clarify something for me.
I’m currently developing a theme using a masonry style layout and I would like to use the Isotope script in my theme, I was using the free Masonry version however I’d really like to use the Isotope version as it has filtering built into it, rather than having to try and get Masonry to play nice with Quicksand.
So my question is regarding the license for Isotope, I’ve saw some themes using it and I’m wondering if to use and distribute it in a theme, I’m required to pay the fee or whether customers purchasing the theme just need to, or both.
I think I know the answer to this question but thought I’d throw it out there anyway, I’ve included part of the License below from the Isotope website
Cheers and have a great day guys
Isotope may be used in non-commercial and personal applications for free.
For commercial applications, you may license Isotope with the purchase of a one-time fee per developer. A developer is someone who implements Isotope, and probably types .isotope() at some point. Commercial licenses may be purchased at metafizzy.co.
Want to buy multiple quantities for multiple developers? Email me email@example.com and I’ll put together a bundle order for your team.
In short, with a purchase of a commercial license:Once purchased, you may use Isotope in all your future commercial applications. You may use Isotope in your own commercial applications, i.e. WordPress, Tumblr, or other CMS themes or templates. Customers of your products do not need to purchase their own license.
It’s just certain bits of PHP or WordPress code that eventually gets deprecated and it won’t happen all that often.
Maybe PixelArtInc isn’t using the very latest version of OT, the author of OT will have built it with the latest code at the time of that version.
Downloading the very latest version probably won’t have this deprecated code in it.
I myself have my own WP framework that I use from theme to theme and I don’t re-download the OT framework every time which is why it’s sometimes necessary to replace the odd line of code.
Hope this clears it up
I believe so, my theme was soft rejected until I did it.
It’s really simple to implement, will take a matter of minutes and it’s for the benefit of anyone who wants to tap into the comments system and modify them.
I had the same 2 errors on the theme I submitted last week but I sorted them and got my theme accepted.
For the first one, simply find any instances of get_settings in your ot-settings-api.php file and replace it with get_option(). The former has been replaced with the latter.
For the comments one, follow the link and read the article, it’s a cleaner way of displaying the comments on posts and should be used rather than the old way of using a big ugly block of code, this simplifies the comments section of a theme for designers/devs.
Hope this helps, Martin