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  • #153837
    albabes

    Hi Tom
    Im using two of your childs themes. When I switch from one to the other, I get this notice in the pic.

    Your plugins I have active.

    Should one not use multiple GP child themes?

    Thanks

    #153869
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    That message is there because when you install a child theme and already have values saved in the Customizer, the child theme won’t look exactly as advertised, because you already have settings saved.

    So it gives you the option to go and delete the settings you have saved so the child theme can look as it’s advertised.

    Of course, if you’re happy with the combination of your saved values and the child theme settings, then there’s no need to do anything.

    Let me know if that makes sense or not 🙂

    #154628
    albabes

    Im being paid to make 3 EXAMPLES of a new website, so Im using 3 of your child themes and your Premium plugs. I need to be able to show the clients the 3 example when Im done.

    Why is it other themes dont ask this question when swicting between say 2013, 2014 and 2015?

    #154629
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Because those themes don’t have so many options.

    Each child theme has set defaults – these defaults only display if you haven’t chosen your own options (this is so you can customize the child themes).

    This message is telling you that you have your own options set, so your options might be overriding some of the child theme defaults.

    #154631
    albabes

    Fast, thanks Tom. So how bout using your import export plug? Can that accomplish my 3 theme task?

    #154632
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Absolutely – that would be the best way to do it 🙂

    #154634
    albabes

    Cool thanks Tom.

    Double your individual Plug prices, and create a multi-priced scheme to buy 3, 5, 7, 10, etc, so you can increase cust count, and revenue. The plugs are worth it with the great free theme.
    Ask you loyal customers to vouch for you on a new “Happy Customers” page, and fill it with cust refereals.
    Also add SUPPORT options:
    1 time fee for support
    5 question fee
    10 question fee
    etc, etc.

    Ill be the first to give you a great referal.

    #154651
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Thanks for the ideas! Really appreciate it 🙂

    Increasing the individual add-on prices is something I’m toying with – I want people to purchase GP Premium, as it’s better for me and them in the long run.

    As for support, I’m thinking of implementing a Premium Support section which would be a yearly fee – all kinds of ideas!

    Thanks again 🙂

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