This is one of the hardest decisions I had to make when it comes to Dev4Press: Dev4Press will no longer make or sell themes for WordPress. From now on, the primary focus is on WordPress premium plugins.
PHP7 is upcoming major version of PHP and as it stands now, it should be released on November 12 2015. Current Release Candidate versions are stable enough for testing and it is time to get ready for the fastest version of PHP ever.
Last year in November, there was price adjustment for some of the products, and now, a year later we have more price changes. Themes prices are lowered (single and membership), plugins pack with annual payments is also lowered, and individual plugins have equal prices.
WordPress 3.1 is released last week, and it’s not as big a release as previous WP 3.0 was, but still, has it’s own share of new features and many bug fixes that make this update highly recommended. So, here is the status of Dev4Press plugins and themes working under new WordPress.
It’s very hard to anticipate everything that you might need to make customization of theme or a framework easier. xScape framework and all themes based on it include wide range of ways to customize them, but if you need something more, solution is simple: ask for it.
One of the goals I set for xScape themes is to eventually add support for BuddyPress. But making BuddyPress theme from scratch is not that easy as you might expected, and no wonder that there are only handful of quality BuddyPress themes available.