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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says

http://analytics.envato.com/

Sign in with your username and API key (from my account area).

Apparently this has been around for a few months now! First I heard about it was today :) Super excited because I can now see what google search keywords are brining users to my items and build on those on my own website.

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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says

Done and done. :) Just sign in with your username and api key: http://analytics.envato.com/Default.aspx

Woa! Woaa! WOOAA ! no way!

(edit: do you pull this data from google analytics or your own analytics engine? the “time on page” makes me think google?)

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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says

Maybe try something along the lines of “define”

Put this code in a global “config.php” file. And make sure this file is included before each of your classes are used.

define('_DB_NAME','database_name');
define('_DB_USER','username');
define('_DB_PASS','password');
define('_DB_HOST','localhost');

that way you can use _DB_NAME anywhere in your code and it will work. then in your class you just reference the named constants something like:

class foo{
    function bar(){
         $this->dbname = _DB_NAME;
         // or
         $this->db = mysql_connect(_DB_NAME,.....
    }
}

hope that helps

more define examples: http://php.net/define

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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says

There shouldn’t be a problem giving away a “lite” version of a script for free on wordpress.org, and then listing the “professional” version on here. I’ve thought about doing this myself.

As long as the “professional” version has a lot more features than the “lite” version, and not a subtle difference like: “the lite version has ads, the pro version doesn’t”

Best would be to create your lite version and publish it somewhere (like your blog). Email support a link to your lite version and a link to your professional version, and ask if they have problems with you launching it on wordpress.org

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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says

(moved to codecanyon)

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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says

Hi folks,

Any experienced mobile game devs around?

I’m looking at creating (well, at least giving it a go) a basic game similar to that talking tom one.

I would like a 3d or 2d character that could be animated (arms/mouth/legs) and respond to different phone events.

My question: are there any open source game engines that would be better suited to developing a game like that?

I’ve played with http://www.andengine.org/ and had a look through some of these and these. But a recommendation from someone who is experienced would be better :)

Any ideas? http://www.appcelerator.com/?

Cheers,
dtbaker

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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says

Finally got my head around all the joomla basics. Not as hard as magento, but still a lot more complicated than wordpress.
MVC .. meh.

So my joomla 1.6 extension is almost complete. Do we wait for the category to launch and then upload?

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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says

Not sure what industry you are looking for but I have 2 working shops for sale in my portfolio for kids.

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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says

this output mean they haven’t bought anything:

done: Array ( [verify-purchase] => Array ( ) )

if you enter a valid purchase code (ie: buy something from yourself via a test account) you will get a bunch of information in that “verify-purchase” array.

you check this information against the item id to confirm that purchase code is for that item.

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dtbaker Volunteer moderator says

(and re-set your private api key if that is yours above)

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