I’m sorry if someone else already said this, but there are over 180 comments already…
I haven’t heard of this before and I think it’s an important change (my files were saying “no support” and I do provide support!). In my opinion Envato should email all authors when important changes like this happen.
Anyway thanks, because this is another great new feature
Once again, thanks everyone and stop being jealous about my cup
Thanks guys! In the meantime I had a taste of Vegemite… Man that’s powerful
Thanks! Yeah… This cup looks better than other I’ve seen before
Got my little gift from Envato. Seems that it travelled 17.700 km!!!
One year after taking this project more seriously it’s time to thank everyone @ Envato and also to all the people who bought my products.
I know that there are some known secondary effects after consuming Vegemite so I might be a bit “off” in the next days
So you are saying that I can’t create PHP sessions when a caching plugin is enabled? This does not make sense to me
pixelentity saidAs far as I know sessions are created each time you open a website after a long period or after having closed and opened the browser application. So there’s no caching thing here. At least it seems to be like this to me
Pirenko saidNo, it won’t unless you disable page caching for mobile devices.
To avoid that caching issue why don’t we use a PHP session for that? Each time a retina device opens the page a session is created setting a PHP variable to true. This should fix that, right?
RubenBristian saidI know, but it would be so easy if we could
Pirenko saidyou can’t detect retina via php
To avoid that caching issue why don’t we use a PHP session for that? Each time a retina device opens the page a session is created setting a PHP variable to true. This should fix that, right? I’m currently coding a solution with sessions that seems to be working…
My idea at this moment is:
2.a) No retina display and the pages loads normally;
2.b) Argh! It’s a retina display! We create a PHP session and store a PHP variable saying that. The next time the page loads we have this variable on the header and we can add classes to images or resize them accordingly.