There was a discussion some time ago that Envato was going to be updating the current demo bar to be responsive. Is this still in the works?
Here’s two blog posts with a couple of great Google fonts:http://sachagreif.com/google-webfonts-that-dont-suck/ http://sachagreif.com/more-google-webfonts-that-dont-suck/
I find myself referring to the posts quite often when designing
Options tree isn’t a great solution as your buyers will need to install the plugin for them to use the options. Another step on installation, is another pain point for buyers.
Hope that helps.
edit: also to add, Options Tree has broken in the past leaving some authors stuck…just glad I wasn’t using it.
Added a few kilometers for Team TF today. We need a few more runners if we want to beat team CC and VH though, they’re off to a good start
I’ve signed up! Looking forward to some inter-marketplace competition. Go team Forest!
Interesting discussion. I’m actually going to stop providing the demo content XML to customers as it creates more problems than it solves. As others have already mentioned importing the XML never recreates the demo content 100% and I’ve even had users more confused by the pages it setups up. In extreme cases a user will import the XML more than once and then have tons of pages to deal with (especially fun :S).
I think more effort into providing good documentation is a better solution.
Just a small request, could these meetups be recorded for the rest of us to watch/catch up on? Sounds like there will be some interesting talks that could benefit all of us.
Awesome work, thanks for taking the time to create this, it’ll save me a bunch of time checking the formatting options on the wiki.
Hey Guys, thanks for all the awesome suggestions!
I think you can setup gmail to receive mails from other email accounts as long as they support POP . This way you can check them from anywhere.
I’m going to have to look into this, it might be an great solution for me. I’m going to have a play with this, thanks for sharing!