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robocreatif says

Does this mean I can upgrade my Google TiSP?

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robocreatif says
$(function() {
//initialize scroller
$(".container").wtScroller();
//initialize lightbox for scroller
$("a[rel='scroller']").wtLightBox();
); 

That’ll actually give you a syntax error. Usually when $ isn’t a function, it could be one of a few things:

  • You’re trying to run the script before loading jQuery
  • You’re linking to a non-existent jQuery file.
  • You’re using jQuery.noConflict, which is removing the capability of using the $ function.

It’s most likely the latter, in which case you should instead use:

jQuery(function ($) {

});

Then you can use $ inside that.

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robocreatif says

You can do this with any music player, but it’s not the player itself that has continuous play. Either you need to load new pages via AJAX , or put your entire site inside an iframe. I’d avoid going old-school and use the AJAX method instead; the “Smartajax” plugin available on CodeCanyon could help out with that.

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robocreatif says

Would you mind telling me, besides hacking into my server, how you could access these files? I am curious.

One wouldn’t even need to be a hacker. If you’re using license codes to verify a purchase, it could be as simple as someone spreading around a legitimate license code.

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robocreatif says

PayPal recently started adaptive payments, which allows you to split payments between two or more receivers. You need to communicate directly with the PayPal API , which means it’s not possible to do with basic buttons or HTML forms that post to PayPal.

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robocreatif says

You are underestimating the dangers. He can delete your files, buy products with your accounts and also ruin your reputation.

True, but my point still stands: you can add as much browser security as you want, but it’s not going to protect against a server breach.

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robocreatif says

SSL won’t protect against a compromised server…

To be honest, I don’t see any need for it except perhaps on the log in page. Unless you log in once every other month, it’s pretty unlikely your account will be drained. There’s a hefty length of time between a request for withdrawal being made and the actual transfer of funds. Even if someone were to gain access to your account, change your email address and make a withdrawal on the last minute of the last day of the month, I’m sure you could still get the withdrawal canceled by contacting support (that is, if it’s acknowledged within two weeks). Even in that case, perhaps it would be better to not allow a change of email address unless it’s confirmed by clicking a validation link in the original email account.

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robocreatif says

What constitutes a “larger project?” I’ve just been made a aware of a product being sold on another site that’s using an item of mine as the main focus. Essentially it’s my item in a PHP wrapper as an add-on for a CMS .

I can only assume they purchased an extended license when I was opted-in, since we have no way of seeing who purchased what. It seems a little out of line to directly approach the developer and ask for their license code. I suppose what’s bugging me the most is that a single license of that item is being sold for $5 more than what the extended license cost.

How do updates apply in this case? As I update my item, they can continue to simply download it and pop the updated files into their item?

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robocreatif says

I use this in my framework for getting the value: http://pastebin.com/XtYE1JHv
You should be able to modify it for setting the value as well.

<?php $array = array('multi' => array('dimensional' => 'abc')); echo array_search_string('multi[dimensional]', $array); // prints "abc" ?>
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robocreatif says

Thanks guys, this does point me closer to doing an update rather than a new item. To be honest, I don’t see either option giving me increased sales, as it’s held steady since day 1. It would of course be preferable to keep the confidence of buyers.

It’s a change that will put out an entirely new API . I would assume that if someone wants it badly enough, they would prefer to update their existing installation rather than purchase a new item. Normally I would keep the old API integrated as deprecated functions, but being JavaScript I don’t want the file to get any larger than it already is.

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