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I was hoping to set up a nice PDF brochure in InDesign with descriptions of all the themes I am offering. I wanted to add link buttons so potential customers can click on them and go straight to the demo of a particular theme.
However, the demos on the SP website all have the theme pricing just one click away. I really don't my customers seeing how much a theme costs!
Any way around this?
You can direct customer to direct demo page instead of page with pricing details.
For example use http://demo.studiopress.com/news/ for New Pro theme demo. Replace news with name of theme for respective demo page.
Brilliant. Thanks so much 🙂
Wish they would remove the third-party themes from the general Shop for Themes (default) page. Some of them are kinda junky/outdated and you can't send clients there without explaining the difference between SP and freelance themes.
Or set up your own demo site? 😉
Also - you need to be CLEAR with clients that if they do not purchase the theme from us, we will not support them.
We do get a fair number of tickets from people who thought they had a "legit" copy after their developer has moved on, and they needed support.
Which we cannot give them because they did not buy from us.
If you need technical support for your theme please file a ticket.
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