I don’t believe it’s needed local, as I bought 2 themes last week, and both are online only docs (open the local documentation html and it opens the website (uses a meta redirect).
Are you sure it work like that for every country? Maybe it’s different in Canada?
Yup, I have worked with Canadian clients
I think the accountants are getting confused and thinking you’re hiring a full time guy
Freelance works the same in all countries, I invoice my client, he pays me and then puts my invoice as an expense.
I would advise talking to your countries tax department for clarification
That’s codswallop Dany, so you’re either being lied to or being given duff info
The way it works is:
1) Indian guy does job 2) Indian guy sends you invoice 3) You pay invoice 4) You add invoice to your accounts as an expensse (probably go under consultants) 5) At end of tax year, you pay your tax, he pays his
Innocent question: What’s the point of WooThemes joining the board? They are not bringing traffic to the site (instead, they are getting traffic). They are not giving special prices and from what it looks, you don’t get the help desk support that they provide (since you didn’t buy from their site), their items doesn’t look like they are off to a good start (maybe people are buying from their main site) and it’s quite expected that this idea is going to cause a controversy. Business deals are great, but I can hardly see any gains in this one.
In fact you do, if you buy from TF, create an account at Woothemes (it’s free) and then there is a button to add a TF license key, which will give you access to their support system.
It’s published here
So I was browsing around the Ecommerce section and noticed a particular theme with 0 sales, well this wasnt that surprising until I found out that the authors of that theme are a well respected team of wp developers,not only do they run one of the biggest theme shops after TF but also none of their themes have had more than 3 sales and they have 29themes with 0 sales. What seems to be the problem here? 29 themes? 0 sales?
They were all released yesterday and then the dates were manually staggered so they wouldn’t take up a whole page
They joined themeforest as part of a new licensing option http://notes.envato.com/general/100-gpl-option-now-available-plus-woothemes-arrives/EDIT: They use to have a book on tuts I believe which is where their prior sales come from
They used to sell Drupal and Expression Engine themes on here, not sure if they sold a book
no issues here Danny, running it on multiple sites, tested thoroughly on a new site last night and no issues.
Running WP 3.5.1 and CF7 3.3.3
Personally, I would do the following:
Month 1: old template into WP Month 2: New template Month 3: Old template into WP Month 4: New template
It keeps a variety for you to not just be converting old templates, and your buyers get new stuff as well as some old stuff.
2×24” AOC HD monitors Intel I3 530 (2.96 ghz dual core) 3GB RAM (although upgrading) W7 all browsers installed Notepad++ Filezilla HTC One X as my mobile device, but looking at a tab soon
Also got a 17” laptop which I don’t get it out much, but running dual core, W7 and 4GB RAM
Dean, I am UK based like yourself so would be happy to talk to you more about the website options available.
You can email me contact @ garethgillman.co.uk