Frequently Asked Questions

What are Free Themes ?
Themes given away for free created by ar-themes or other partners. All free themes have footer copyrights. We may not force you to keep footer copyrights in some of them. But others have copyrights bound to footer. You can download the new updated versions for free. All free themes are supported.
What are Premium Themes ?
Themes being sold. Created by ar-themes or sponsored from other partners. It supports multiple purchases. You have the right to remove the footer copyrights. You get all new updates of the purchased theme. All Premium themes are supported.
What are Client Requested Themes ?
Themes created by ar-themes only under the request of the client for hiring us. We won't sell or violate these themes to any other one except him. These themes will be shown in our Client Requested themes category as a part of our work after only if the client allows us to show them. Clients requested these themes get new updates for the requested themes. All Client Requested themes are supported.
What should i do if i have JavaScript hosted on Google Code ?
Google decided to shut down Google Code and i quote: " We will be shutting down Google Code over the coming months. Starting today, the site will no longer accept new projects, but will remain functionally unchanged until August 2015. After that, project data will be read-only. Early next year, the site will shut down, but project data will be available for download in an archive format. "

So simply follow these steps to solve this issue:
  1. Search inside your blog theme for JavaScript URLs hosted on Google Code. Search using these words
    src="https:// ..... .googlecode.com/ ..... /file_name.js"
  2. If you find any, inside the "Src" attribute you will find a URL for the JavaScript file hosted on Google Code
  3. You can now host your file on another hosting server and upload your JavaScript files and replace Google Code URLs with your new URLs