WP-Premiums News: Edition 4
- Editing Custom Page Templates
- Using Custom Page Templates Multiple Times
- Inserting XHTML codes and retaining their format during subsequent edits
- Inserting and Executing PHP codes from the WP-Editor
Small Potato offers 20,000 free memberships for his Theme Club. As long as your site has at least 1000 visitors a month you’ll be eligible to apply for a number of memberships to pass on to your readers as you see fit. (I’ve applied for some memberships, and I’ll let you know the details of my own giveaway soon.)
Ben Cope, creator of the WordPress Dream Theme, has restructured the purchase options for the theme to include a option to customise the theme yourself for $97, and for $167 you’ll be entitled to a custom header image and some support, though not as much as for the full $247. The choice is yours.
- What do we expect from a good free theme vs a premium theme? Blogtipz discusses this issue in detail.
- Adii a) asks his readers to support him in his stand against those who are ripping off premium themes for their own profit and
b) provides the slides from his presentation tonight about the business model for these themes.
- Bryan Clark at One Man’s Goal reports the unclear position of the WordPress GPL licensing on the copyright and distribution of premium themes.