And what about building a portfolio? Would it not be OK to profile a modified template on my own site?Claiming somebody else’s design as your own? I smell some copyright infringement.
It looks like any comment with a hashmark in it (#) is getting screwy with your server, just remove the hashmarks.
Totally forgot about this. I’m assuming everything is kosher now? Resolved?
Bahaha, let’s see somebody undercut the other guy for $150!
Awesome, awesome thread title!
I’m sure you’re not allowed to divulge the details, but I certainly hope there is some monetary compensation coming your way from EE from potential sales lost.
Am I the only on that thinks taking stats from a tech-savvy heavy site is a little odd?
Remember, those aren’t stats for the entire internet, those are stats for w3schools ONLY . They even mention it themselves:
W3Schools is a website for people with an interest for web technologies. These people are more interested in using alternative browsers than the average user. The average user tends to use Internet Explorer, since it comes preinstalled with Windows. Most do not seek out other browsers.
These facts indicate that the browser figures above are not 100% realistic. Other web sites have statistics showing that Internet Explorer is used by at least 80% of the users.
The Search function is pretty neat:
Last I checked, ThemeForest still requires IE6 support on uploaded templates.
@DFS maybe you could implement a system whereby the dollar only gets paid if you answer within 4 hours.
Now that would be cool.
That makes sense.
I understand that it’s not necessarily your fault. But at some point, either by you or Envato, the buyer will either need to get the PSD or be refunded for the purchase (less likely considering there’s no guarantee he’ll simply delete the files).
I completely understand that it was never your intent to have the “PSD Included” show up. But, at the end of the day, it was there, and somebody (maybe Envato if this is some sort of bug) will need to step up and fix the problem.