I click links on theme forest and it logs me out – then I click sign-in and it says I already am – then click back to TF and I’m signed in, click a link and signed out – reply to comments and click ‘mark all as read’ – they disappear and then when I refresh my dashboard they are all back again along with the banners I already closed?
Anyone else having issues? Are the devs ‘fixing’ things again…
Use this and find out how many hops between you and your server and will show any bottlenecks also – then you can see if it’s your connection, the hops between you and your server or at your server farm.http://visualroute.visualware.com
Looking from my location I see many hops at the end coming to your server at he.net – also your DNS server lookup is terrible on speed – are you letting your host do your DNS settings? If so place that back to your domain registrar.
Hope that helps
Big notice = much better
Thanks for your input Chris, agree with splitting the downloads up would be a bad idea completely.
I wouldn’t class a light colored tiny link “clear as hell” especially on such a busy page – This could of been done a lot better guys.
but they are busy… releasing new sites.
Good luck with the site everyone – Jordan you guys may want to grab an iPad as your pages scroll sideways when they shouldn’t also images chopped because of it on home page and item pages -plus your carousel really should be touch swipe enabled ( the arrow on the item pages is off screen causing side scrolling – you could remove those via media query and enable swipe )
Just some feedback
You would need to add whatever you need to the style sheet for the particular media query to alter it’s padding, display value or position etc. If your theme (or template) is already responsive then the queries are already there – just add your styling to the particular query in question.
Simple math is your answer to this problem which is a common issue with freelancers who have not worked at say an agency or large webshop.
30 clients spending $100 p/month = 3,000.00
10 clients spending $300 p/month = 3,000.00
Simple answer – you charge too little. Increase your prices and the ones that respect your value of services will keep with you – if that means you lose 25 you only need to get 5 more to keep the same money.
Not all work is good work, be selective and find clients that respect your abilities, your work and your income.
This is also a great simple math equation to help set your hourly rate.
1 – work out how much you need per week to live at the standard you want (this is ‘X’) 2 – work out how many hours per week you want to work (this is ‘Y’)
X divided by Y = Z (this is your hourly rate)
so, I want to earn $1000 p/week, and work 40 hours -
1000 / 40 = $25 p/hour
If you need to calculate tax in to that equation just add a percentage on top of the ‘how much I want to earn per week’.
Now, the thing that causes issues for most new freelancers is they base it on exact figures – do not do this – basically from the above equation you half the hours to work – so you would then have the following:
1000 / 20 = $50 p/hr
This way you are only aiming for 1/2 your work week to be chargeable to clients at $50 p/hour – anything above that 20 hours = more money – this way you have room for growth, and not room for just working more hours.
I hope that helps someone
Hi @drosteenvato – I actually already replied to you but wanted to just clear a few things up if I may – WordPress is a dynamic solution that means your content is wrapped in the style of the theme you bought – you purchase a theme, but not content as such. HTML is different as it requires content to be physically laid out per template – WordPress uses a package of styled templates to display your content.
Saying that as I mentioned in my email reply – we do supply an XML import file with your download along with a 50+ page PDF help file documenting everything from installing WordPress on your server, to uploading your theme, setting colors etc if necessary, how to import the dummy content, how to setup your menus, code for widgets, screenshots of admin panels and their settings, how to install plugins, setup plugins and everything else.
All you need to do is open, sit back with a drink and follow along.
Many thanks as I mentioned in the email for your purchase and hope this helps!
jonathan01 saidAwesome! Now you need to pay 1500 now right?
I JUST received this from google glass –
@twsjonathan You’re invited to join our #glassexplorers program. Woohoo! Make sure to follow us – we’ll DM in the coming weeks.I double checked and the account is the verified google glass account… that’s pretty awesome I think… right?
Honestly I’ve no idea… I put in rather a lame idea and didn’t expect to hear from them, but then just got that via twitter, researched it to confirm and all seems legit… so don’t know what is next.
I’m thinking if the agreement mentions nothing about reselling the google glass I’ll just flip em on eBay and earn a fortune
That was a joke…. maybe.