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Selling WordPress Themes (4 posts)

  1. Larry Fine
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    We're interested in adding our WordPress Theme Studio website to the theme directory at WordPress.org

    http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/commercial/

    "... provide GPL themes with extra paid services available around them. Some of them you may pay for access, some of them are membership sites, some may give you the theme for zero-cost and just charge for support. What they all have in common is people behind them who support open source, WordPress, and its GPL license."

    Qualifications:
    Distribute 100% GPL themes, including artwork and CSS.
    Have professional support options, and optionally customization.
    Your site should be complete, well-designed, up to date, and professional looking.

    The instructions say to,

    ... please send your info to themes at WordPress dot org
    but we're not sure if any one is answering the email at this address.

    Is there an email address that we may use, a developer or designer, that we may contact directly?

    Thanks for your help.

    regards,
    Larry and Willy

  2. Please be patient as they are volunteers and get a huge amount of requests. It is also possible that they are not able to add your studio to the directory at this time.

  3. Larry Fine
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thanks Chris.

    I did find this thread (Google search) that offered some help. In it, Chip Bennett wrote,

    The commercial Themes listing on WPORG is outside of the area of control of the Theme Review Team. We really have nothing to do with that listing.

    http://lists.wordpress.org/pipermail/theme-reviewers/2011-December/007554.html

    In other words, if you're trying to get in to the WordPress.org Commercial Theme Directory don't submit you request to the theme reviewers. I'll just keep searching.

  4. The email was sent, Larry, be patient.

    The folks who review that page are also volunteers (which is to say that's not their full time job).

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