jk000jk saidYou are joking, right?
Is popular because people are lazy and they just think about fast money, it sells because most buyers are novices which will never have a successful site where the loading speed is not something just “nice to have”, same for jquery, I see it used just for a hover effect or minimal effects but at least there is a CDN for it. With all the responsive themes, it makes it even worst since they are loading the same files/images on phones.
PersianArt saidYes, you should sanitize both frontend and backend. Just because a user is validated (logged in) does not mean he does not have bad intentions.
Do you have PHP error reporting on and also WP_Debug on?
I have not any error while “WP_DEBUG” and “SAVEQUERIES” is set to “true” on localhost and webhost both
please also if you have any info about my first question guide methanks
Regarding your second error abour header already sent, from experience I believe this is due to an extra space left after closing php tags at the end of the document. If so, to avoid that, don’t close php tags at the end. It is not required and helps avoiding such problems.
Hi Nissim, I would be interested, could you contact me with details via my profile?
dacom saidPreview image costs nothing but hd version looks more professional. It’s up to you to decide, what brings you more $$ at the end of the day.
Other question : when you are an author, you can include a photo of a photodune photographer (in low definition with watermark, = image preview) in your preview file, WITHOUT LICENSE. See : http://photodune.net/licenses/faq#do-i-need-to-pay-to-use-my-own-items-within-the —> end of the page, authoring FAQ. So what is the best way for an author (i haven’t sale a lot and if i buy file more than i win, it’s not interesting for me…), buy file in HD or use low def preview watermarked for my preview ? Thank for your lights.
Yes, you can use the same image (from PhotoDune) that you bought under the regular licence in demo preview for multiple separated items, with only one purchase.
How about giving the buyer that will purchase the FIRST sale of an logotype, to either regularly buy it (like now) or buy the exclusivity of the logo (much higher price of course), so he retains all rights of the logo and its unique. Once again, HAS to be the first sale, to make sure someone else doesnt already got it.. Just an idea
Thats what I was thinking too, good idea.
I think it’s great. Just like Windows 7, only with faster boot
I also like some appearance changes (ribbons, copy pasted window…).