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  1. Wow, beautiful theme and great review. I too hate how some themes have pages after pages of options, and the option you want you never can find. I might have to do a bit more research on this theme as it looks very promising.


  2. Jeff, thanks for the review!

    I will update the theme’s page with Licensing Info right now, for some reason I forgot to do that.

    As for the jQuery you are right, there are a couple of plugins that break because of that… I will try to somehow fix that problem, but probably after I get back in town in a couple of days.

    I hate many configuration pages myself, that is why EVENTINA uses only 1 page, I’m glad you also found that useful.

    Anyway, you forgot to mention that comments are accepted till 31st of May 23:59.
    After that, on 1st of June, I will select the lucky winner.

    Cheers!


  3. Great Review. I especially like the premise behind how you intend to go forward with reviewing premium themes. There are quite a few out there that may prove interesting to see and read a bit more about before considering purchasing.

    The points you bring up about Eventina having compatibility issues due to jQuery conflicts, at this time, would stop me from buying it; and given that the theme is the newer item I would think it would fall to the theme developer to look at “fixing” the issue if the plugin is still current and well-used.

    I myself like using Comment Luv on my blogs, too; and, would be at odds if it did not work in a specific theme I had paid to use.

    All in all, from what I have read here this is a good looking theme with a great concept in the back-end options set up. I could imagine at least a few different blog concept ideas that it would fit well.


  4. The problems with jQuery are probably caused by them not using the enqueue method to load their scripts. If I’m correct this should be fairly straightforward for them to fix.


  5. Good review — learned something new (JQuery compatability issues between themes and plugins). Please keep up your work with these reviews.


  6. Other plugins that breaks with the jQuery tabs

    NextGen Gallery (by Alex Rabe)
    Popularity Contest (by Alex King)
    WP-Polls (by Lesterchan)
    WP-Useronline (by Lesterchan)

    Maybe there are others too, these ones I used and found not compatible with the jQuery used by Eventina Theme
    .-= ´s last blog ..Regele pop Michael Jackson s-a stins din viata [Digg] =-.

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