Hey everyone!I’m looking for someone to help me on the support forum.
-Fluent in english
-Good knowledge of WordPress
-Good knowledge of HTML, CSS, PHP and JS
-Polite and friendly
The job :
-You will be moderator on the forum
-You will have access to all my themes, documentations and plugins
-Responding tickets from Monday to Friday, starting with 1 hr per day (approximately 10 tickets)
-Solve customer issues and keep their satisfaction as high as possible
If you are interested, please contact me to firstname.lastname@example.org for more details
Say the user has an option to choose between 2 lightboxes for example:
Do you enqueue your scripts conditionally depending on user options? Or do you just concat and compress the whole files in one compressed js file?
Same for CSS?
The thing is that enqueuing the assets conditionally can be a pain in the a**, especially for each different theme with different options and scripts. Compressing and concatening the whole kaboodle it’s much more convenient, with tools like grunt and such.
How do you handle this?
PS: or why not both?
Thx for the replies guys! Much appreciated.
I guess I will give it a try..
Maybe creating a kind of guideline/doc can help in case I have to go through few different freelancers..
It would be a huge relief if I could give the wheel to someone else and focus on new themes and updates..
Thx for the reply!
I guess I will just stop being a control freak and go ahead and hire someone.
As my number of items and my sales are growing, I’m thinking about hire someone to handle my support forum, or at least help me to reply to all support requests.
How did that work for you? Did you find someone easily? Here in the TF Forum?
My first concern is to find someone who’s reliable, polite with clients and serious.
Please share your story!
Check my theme “Rax” (last one) It is close to what you are looking for
Would like one! Feel free to check my portfolio
Thanks for the replies guys!
It would be great if I could get a dribbble invite
Really need a profile to share stuff and play with the dribbble API.