Posts by AlexFjord

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AlexFjord
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651 posts
  • Has been part of the Envato Community for over 2 years
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AlexFjord
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This is a paid for marketplace. Probably not the best place to be looking?

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AlexFjord
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Yes, but the presence of the live chat is a plus point. Buyers feel more confident in buying because they know if things go wrong for some reason, they can head to live chat with Envato Staff and get real time response immediately rather than waiting for longer wait time on tickets.

I completely agree if ‘real time answers’ were a possibility then it would be a great idea but this is the point – real time answers are almost always going to be impossible.

As said previously:

Licenses – maybe if the support staff have enough info on the planned use. And what if they tell a buyer the wrong info based on confused explanation?

Refunds – definitely no chance of real time response as the code etc. needs checking by qualified staff

Payment issues – very unlikely as this relies on feedback from PayPal, finance teams etc

Item specific queries – no chance of real time response unless the support staff happens top be the actual author

“if something goes wrong” – in most cases this needs to be discussed with the author not envato

It may seem like a positive to buyers initially but I would bet that it actually creates a worse opinion long term.

Unfortunately in most cases users will spend time on live chat then still have to submit a ticket and wait it out and that is going to be worse than not having it at all

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AlexFjord
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Even the other websites like this that do have live chat rarely answer questions using this feature.

Almost always you have to submit a ticket or the query is escalated and then you are back where we are already here.

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AlexFjord
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You want a WordPress dev or a vBulletin dev? Granted you can integrated the two (I think) via plugin but still needs to be coded.

What is a WP compatible .png file? You mean you have a design in PNG format that you want coded right? Can you share a link to this design here?

Is this for personal use of to sell on here?

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AlexFjord
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Actually expecting the ‘designer’ to have at least some level of technical know how demonstrates an apparent level of common sense.

That said the apparent attitude that design is less important compared to features is wrong for here and is one of the most common mistakes of new authors here. Quality will always beat quantity.

Also with all due respect, someone who is offering to code files, even those who ‘sell hosting and domains’ would have much better luck finding someone (at any %) if their own site was not an incomplete installation of the most common placed theme on the marketplace!

Good luck with your search

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AlexFjord
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Did you receive a rejection, or have they not responded yet? You are lucky to even hear back from them after a day, regardless of their decision. It normally takes between 5-10.

+1 although if you post your demo link here people can still offer advice

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AlexFjord
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I was always under the impression that using a file from here for a ‘client’ meant that you are ultimately transferring the license to them e.g. it is on their web domain after all.

This would mean that you have no rights to it whatsoever.

On top of this, except if legally agreed otherwise in advance, if you are ‘employed’ to create something for the client then they automatically own the copyright.

Either way dnp_themes is right you are only the licensee and while your client/you may be able to argue that if someone was to create an identical visual copy that it was ripped from your work – if it is based on a template you won’t get that far with it and it would need to be a litteral like for like copy

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AlexFjord
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Your English is fine!

If the content is unique to each individual article then it is is not doable

If each time is depends on exact matching one post to one other piece of content, which may be from different categories each time then you would need to do it manually because there is not logical/repeatable way of the template knowing where to get the second piece of content.

Templates depend on constants and without a repeatable ‘pairing’ which pulls posts (content won’t work unless it is identifable) from the same two places each time, then you will still need to tell the template which articles to use to you may as well just build the pages each time

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AlexFjord
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Just to be clear for example…

You want to create a template that that content on the left and then ‘paired content’ on the right?

You still have to input all the content at some point (primary and paired).

Tons of blogs on here have ‘related article’ suggestions on the posts and what you are after seems similar just in a different layout and with full posts as opposed to just a list of posts?

If you are taking about just regular content on the other side as opposed to any kind of post (article or list) then this is never going to be achievable without manually building the page. regular content is not identifiable in the same way as posts so cannot be assigned dynamically.

This all said – if you are talking about VERY precise pairing of content then there is still going to be quite a but of manual input to identify individual bits of cotnent and it may well be easier to just build the page from the start

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