Since I didn’t receive any reply from the Envato support (but maybe they are still investigating…) let me post here the same topic:
I was thinking to invest a little in advertisement and I entered Envato analytics to start planning a “strategy”... but the results from analytics seem a little weird and not very reliable. Here are two screenshots of the referrals in February and in March 2013 from one of my themes:https://www.diigo.com/item/image/1fza7/sw9i?size=o https://www.diigo.com/item/image/1fza7/1akb?size=o
As you can see in both cases the last number of visits is repeated many times, 28 sites has visited my theme 16 times in February, 24 sites visited the theme 13 times in March… it seems very strange… or am I missing something?
And I’m pretty sure the theme isn’t available from cssmania.com, but it appears in the referrals of March with 13 clicks from the home page. Are the analytics reliable? How should interpretate this data? What do you think about that?Manuel
I do admit this is a strange result, but in my experience this app rarely shows wrong results and I think it’s due to the simple nature of what it does. Envato doesn’t have it’s own visitor tracking system so to speak and relies on it’s Google Analytics (GA) account to source these reports. The role of this app is simply to query each authors portion from the entire report.
When I saw your post I checked its results against ThemeForest’s GA reports and not surprisingly they matched. Like I said it’s difficult to explain why the report is so odd, but I trust GA reports and think there must be some other explanation for this.
Hey everyone. I was looking through the WooCommerce code and the next version that they are going to release. As of the next version 1.7.x, WooCommerce will drop their support for deprecated classes and require you to update your code in some instances. If you’re code is currently relying on the handful of deprecated classes then you should download the 1.7.0 beta version from Github and test your extensions against it.
Looks great and I’m already using it!
Looks really nice on your page and I’m glad it’s working well. I just wanted to let you know that the current version may change anytime without a notice and that’s why we have added the ‘not for production environment’ in the banner.
I will look into your your suggestion. Thanks for trying it out.
We are putting together an improved version of the current embedded AudioJungle player in HTML5 which also will work on mobile devices. There is an alpha version of this player now available for trying out. Please visit the UI generator, customise the player with different configuration and give it a try. Just remember that this version is not suitable for production environment.
Similar to the current flash player the new player also lets you customise the color scheme, playlist source and size. You should be able to copy the code from the UI generator and paste it in your own html pages to embed the new player.
Good luck and let us know what you think.http://s3.amazonaws.com/testenvato/codegenerator/index.html
Hope this help. The height is exposing only 3 to 4 tracks out of 10 (or however many in the collection), and there isn’t an obvious scroll bar to scroll down the list of tracks.
Thanks for including a screenshot. Since I can’t reproduce this problem here I really need to see your code in order to workout what’s different. Please send your html code via email to arman at envato.com
I tested in an html page and the complete song list height doesn’t display correctly, the width however works fine. Can’t wait to have it up and going. Thank so much!
Thanks for trying the player. Is it possible for you to send your sample to me so I can inspect the problem? my email is arman at envato.com.
Great stuff! This would be even better if the playlist could be made author specific.
That is possible to do. Inside the source dropdown box you can select the ‘user’ option which then lets you enter a username. This way you’re able to populate the playlist with author specific tracks.