@glutenfree4u – good stuff, ta.
@bianca – loads of fab links, but the ad nature of your website makes me hesitate.. don’t take it personal, i’m trying not to advertise anything too much
@jonathan01 – You are welcome. I’m a huge fan of what you present here. Fantastic.
The URLs are keep coming in and i’m continuously adding them to the list. It’s getting more popular than i expected. Very motivating.
@jonathan01 – Great, i’ve added your URL.
@IngeniousArtist – That’s awesome. I’m having a look now.
Also, big thank you everyone. I will keep adding resources, you seem to be enjoying this and new submissions are coming in.
As the database grows, i’m thinking about showing ten most liked URLs from each category on the homepage, and then have separate category pages showing all links, also sorted by vote count. I’m trying to come up with a rational plan of action.
Tonight, instead of the usual weekend activity i.e. going out and grabbing some beer, i sat down and created http://www.faburls.com
It’s intended to be a nice looking list of useful resources, websites and services for web designers and developers. Perhaps some people will find it handy. I’m hoping to put together a kind of compendium, which then can be handed out to beginner web professionals. Veterans probably already know most of the links.
I’m doing this for free, as a side project. There’s a possibility to contribute, so if you are interested in helping out you’re very welcome to do so. I need to grow the links database and also to spread the word about this initiative. Feel free to msg me.
Actually, i concur. I wonder what the stats are for the “Buy now” button, though.
The key is to never disclose any details about the client. That particular person mentioned above was in fact amused by the reply they got. I remember being friendly-fired-at by some people from exotic (at least to me) business fields, and it only made me feel good about the whole thing.
Absolutely! I love typing while having meals, and vice versa. A sort of soundless speaking with your mouth full, if you may.
I thought this may be a good place to share some of these magnificent customer support experiences we all have. Let me start with this one, a bit colorized, but genuine dialogue.
CLIENT : I bought your theme and i’m drooling all over it. I can’t really find the place where it stores newsletter signups. Could you help me out please?
ME (researched the client quickly, found out who’s their hosting provider): Sure! Thanks for purchasing the theme! The emails are stored inside /public_html/username/wp-content/themes/themename/emails.xml file on your server. Use FTP or your account’s admin panel to access it.
CLIENT : Err. Thanks! I can’t really do that right now. I may try calling wordpress tomorrow to see if they can’t help out.
ME (couldn’t stop myself): I would strongly discourage you from contacting WordPress directly. A comparison that seems quite appropriate here is calling Mitsubishi in case of having problems with mounting a child seat in the back of your car. You are guessing right – they simply won’t help.
That was obviously not the end of my response. I offered additional support to close this case successfully, but this client’s email made me choke on scrambled eggs this morning.
Pathetic, i realize. Now, any other stories?
I am rather satisfied with www.site5.com (good customer service, backups available for 30 days), but have also heard www.ovh.co.uk is pretty reliable.
Hiya. Just noticed that we’re in “leet” period of timestamps. There’s 1337777777 coming this week, which converts to Wed, 23 May 2012 12:56:17 GMT . Any ideas how to celebrate?