Thanks for the rapid reply! Much appreciated!
I bought a responsive WP theme few days a go. Theme name BLOCKED . Item Link: http://themeforest.net/item/blocked-responsive-wordpress-theme/2753893?WT.ac=search_thumb&WT.seg_1=search_thumb&WT.z_author=der
The theme isn’t all that perfect and some bugs. the next day i went back to theme forest and the item is removed from the marketplace. Meaning i cant find any support, also what about future updates?
I allready submitted 2 tickets over the weekend. but no reply.
I would really appreciate it if i could get a refund and spend it on a better theme.What you guys think?
Send Envato support a ping on Twitter. They tend to respond much faster when you do that.
I’d go with a lower end Giant or Specialized. I’ve own both brands (my mountain bike and my road bike are both Giants) and they’re really solid. They tend to be on the higher end, but you can get the low end models and still get a really good bike.
amatyr4n said+1 It’s amazing how something that handles money is not via https.
Even having extremely strong password will not guarantee our account is safe from attack as long as the login page is still not sent through https
Totally agree that it should be, but technically they don’t really handle any money. They just keep a number that says how much you have. All payments are processed off site through merchants.
To be honest, I guarantee that every single person has much better things to do than complain about a captcha system. Sure they can be a pain, but in the end they are very, very effective.
And come on! Saying that users who use weak passwords deserved to get hacked is just wrong. Should they use weak passwords? Absolutely not! Does everyone know better than that? No! So please, stop being so high and mighty and go be productive instead.
My two cents.
I do wonder if it’s moved here: https://github.com/pippinsplugins/WordPress-Plugin-Update-Notifier-for-Code-Canyon Anyone know if that’s the same?
Yes, that’s the same one. I changed my Github username.
+1000x to what Carl said. For anyone that doesn’t understand why this is bad, ask me or Carl, both of us will be more than happy to explain to why you should never do this.
Please, please stop using this. I can give you dozens of examples of why this is terrible practice.
Providing extra features to users is a great way to help encourage users who have pirated the software to purchase a license, but I would never completely restrict use of the system without a license.
I use and love Ticksy. I also use bbPress for managing a public support forum.
aMember 3 stored in plain text, but it was fixed in aMember 4.