I’ll post my suggestion here again – keep the exact same new avatar but make it light gray, it will blend in much better and remain non-intrusive, silent, to allow focus on content.
Exactly. Maybe your example is a little bit too light (at least, on m IPS screen), But should be the way to go
-ms- -webkit-Firefox in almost any case is ok with “prefix free”. Anyway as already suggested, always check them to br sure.
Personally I code everything to be compatible with IE8 since there are still a lot of customers checking it. Obviously don’t try to simulate complex effects on it, but just check that everything is displayed properly
Anyway specially in this September, I’d have gained a loooot of money and time with new rules of 6 months support.
With people coming back to work and updating products and my top-seller item’s major update I’m getting tens (..almost an hundred) tickets from customers asking for support.
Then is surely a good point for us. Problems come with the rest
Okay, I must admit, those colors make everything really “LCweb style”, but isn’t too much green?
Not bad, like flat aspect. Quite “common” icon, but ok.
However isn’t a bit too much “attention grabber”?
Between new badges and that, is difficult to focus on texts
Is that an highlighter?
Anyway congrats mate!
For example, dunno if is due to my new website, but this Monday has been great!
Most probably my BlackBerry Q10. Surely the best phone I ever had.
Physical keyboard is priceless
Don’t be so tragic guys, as I and ZoomIt said in the “september sales” thread, this month has been one of the worst (if not the worst) in last two years.
I don’t have precise answers (Envato staff should reply with precise stats) but I suppose September is a key month for authors launching new products. More competition -> less sales per user and we all know how Envato is growing.
Personally, looking at my analytics (for envato products – as elite author), this week I had an average drop of around 18%, same stat for sales.
What is not clear though is the absurd increase of top 3/4 items on marketplaces. Are we sure everything is due only by authors markeing and Envato is not involved? (any reference to Envato after-purchase banners is casual )