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What exactly is needed for this? I am a little confused with the knowledgebase. Do you include the entire Bootstrap directory as downloaded or just the files that are changed?
I guess what I am trying to ask is do I include a separate css file (skin.css) or just overwrite the bootstrap file itself (bootstrap.css)?
I think modifying the “bootstrap.css” itself will create a easier way for keeping the modifications minimal.

Very true. I am actually creating the bootstrap.css file using the less from github to make it easier to upkeep. Almost done! :D

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HigherGroundStudio says

What exactly is needed for this? I am a little confused with the knowledgebase. Do you include the entire Bootstrap directory as downloaded or just the files that are changed?

I guess what I am trying to ask is do I include a separate css file (skin.css) or just overwrite the bootstrap file itself (bootstrap.css)?

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What exactly is needed for this? I am a little confused with the knowledgebase. Do you include the entire Bootstrap directory as downloaded or just the files that are changed?

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It would be cool if we could get the browsers updated on CodeCanyon. Instead of Firefox 3/4 and Safari 4/5, maybe we could just have a single “Firefox” and “Safari”. And then a single “IOS” and “Android” would also be nice as lots of customers are now interested in this compatibility.
Hi Coding Jack! Thanks for the suggestion. My guess is we would run into issues with this since authors would need to keep their items updated to the latest version at all times in order to avoid problems for buyers.

Thanks for responding Josh :)

This is why I think getting rid of versions is a good idea and simply sticking with platforms only. For example, right not, saying that a file is compatible with Firefox 3 and 4 isn’t very helpful, as I just updated to 14 this morning.

I see your point about authors needing to make sure their plugins work with new versions, but I think the likelihood of a problem occurring is small (at least for the JavaScript category). But if a problem does occur, it could be a positive thing as the author could just be asked to update their product, or remove the platform listing their product no longer supports. Either way it’s a win win for the customer.

+1 for that! :D

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mistake…sorry.

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I agree with what @Crakken said. I would just create a demo site and have them be able to access the functionality but not the source. I have seen this done before so it is possible todo. Pretty much make sure you block them from accessing the plugin editor.

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Sublime Text 2. Fast and powerful.

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Sounds like a good idea. I usually just add a link to more complex stuff like that in my docs. The only other suggestion for sales is to get some help from a designer on improving the look of the app. But that is just my two cents. :D
Yeah, thanks for the suggestion. I sort of didn’t feel the admin panel would need a really eye catching design as when it comes to updaters I imagined people would rather it worked awesomely like they wanted and hopefully help entice users to buy their products.

I wish that people were like that but they judge a book by its cover… I am just talking about just a few tweaks to make it look newer. Such as a textured bg. That would make a big difference.

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Thanks for your reply. Maybe it’s because its my first time uploading anything to codecanyon, but I didn’t think to simplify my documentation for less tech-savvy users.

Okay, rather than just simplifying the documentation and things such as CHMOD in the install process, would I be better served if I created an install.php file that they would simply run, sort of like the wordpress install file and it would walk users through an installation process and attempt to do all the techy stuff for them?

Thanks for that, however I would still like more suggestions for improvement.

Sounds like a good idea. I usually just add a link to more complex stuff like that in my docs. The only other suggestion for sales is to get some help from a designer on improving the look of the app. But that is just my two cents. :D

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Sounds like a great idea to me.

Envato already has a solution in place for wordpress themes on Github

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