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test max


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test max


Hi Sudeep, what information exactly do you need? Q+A is a custom post type, with commenting ability. The 'New Post' button lets users curate links (Articles) or ask Questions (which are the 'self' posts)
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Basically Q/A working as a post type only


Perfect. Thanks, Mike!
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Where are featured images?


Let me reply this by myself...
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Basically Q/A working as a post type only


Submit an Article should be where you post links to articles. :) glad you like the look of the theme though. It's official launch is the 1st Feb where final bugs will be fixed and all pre-launch feedback has been built in.
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This is a great looking theme


Hi, Featured images are on the ‘Blog’ single posts. Example here: http://epichackers.epicwpdemos.com/blog/welcome-to-the-epic-hackers-blog/ They can be added to the index for the blog. For external article links there isn’t a featured image. Strictly this should have been posted as a ‘Question’ not as an ‘Article’ The Zeros are for comment voting (which will be in the full release of the theme on the 1st Feb)
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Where are featured images?


Thanks for asking Mike :) I use this http://paletton.com/ to get inspiration for colors.
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What is a good tool for choosing color Palettes for this Theme?


Ask Me Anythings are a great way to get people talking on your site.
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Adding your first AMA to the Theme.


What inspired you to develop 'Project Pages' why not just use a theme with 'Portfolios'?
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Woody Hayday


Thanks to the Epic Hackers crew for inviting me to be an 'AMA guest'. I'll be on at 19.00 on the 8th Feb to answer any questions about the theme.
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Mike Stott


I love this article. Whenever I feel like giving up, I have a read of this and keep on going!
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Isaac Asimov wrote almost 500 books.


OK. This is something which has been asked a few times in 'Pre Sale' type questions. Once you purchase the Theme the API license key you receive is a lifetime key. However, to continue to receive future updates and support for the theme you need an active subscription for the Theme. The License key will continue to work even if your subscription has expired, however you'll lose access to future updates for the theme and support.
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How do ‘subscriptions’ work?