That’s reasonable I think as it’s unwise to share your administrator credentials to someone else you don’t really know. If someone ever asks me for an access to my FTP , I for one also won’t give my main account, instead I’ll just create a new temporary account for that time and that specific purpose only.
Ramadan mubarak don’t forget to drink some water before fajr
In Firefox, if you save your password, anyone can easily read the actual password (instead of just asterisks which is we expected).
Firefox > Options > Options > Security > Saved passwords > Show passwords
The ‘g’ reminds me of Trebuchet MS
contempoinc saidprecisely my point
jonathan01 saidCouldn’t agree more.
I don’t mean to burst all of your bubbles, but this won’t happen in a long time. Sadly, even though I truly respect, admire and generally like the Envato staff, there are things going on which don’t fit my though-process.
How can a ridiculous feature such as text below an avatar be implemented before the never-coming improved rating, commenting and support system. Sure, you will tell me such a feature doesn’t take time, so we can do that right now as we work on the bigger features. Well, the problem with that is, in 3 years, the “bigger” feature(s) has not come because of these increasingly stacking little features.
What happened to the improved ratings, commenting and support system? To the mind-boggling formatting of the forums and comments areas? To the useful search system? To the less-important yet also highly requested features such as being able to see all of your followers, getting a (descent) ratings overview, being able to inform your buyers of updates (yes, yes, privacy; guess what, emails could be mirrored so that we, authors, do not directly send nor see buyers’ emails), and oh so much more..
A simple look at the forums throughout the years gives you an insight of how many requested, useful features were never implemented. What is so special about implementing features that we didn’t even request? Text below avatars? Re-rating for buyers? ...
Please take these words as words of advice. I cannot truly complain about this company because it is great in itself, it pays my bills, and it has a great spirit. But get your papers straight! We would all truly appreciate it.Sincerely.
Based on the number of successful PHP apps, it seems to be more appropiate in CodeCanyon, I guess http://codecanyon.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=cms