This is actually a good question.
Is it allowed to include some code in theme to track hosts that have our themes installed on?
Something like automatic request to some API on my host or automatic email sending information about customer (or pirate) host and IP that just installed our theme?
It could be hidden somewhere in PHP or JS code.
Awesome contest We are in: http://themeforest.net/item/chronicles-church-donation-html-template/8128143
How is it possible that this theme qualified to TF while it doesn’t validate?
What if there is only one submission in a category?As mentioned in the announcement: If only one (1) item is submitted to a prize category, this does not mean the item will win by default.
I’m not sure if this is 100% fair to be honest.
This means that if you do not want it, you can avoid granting any awards?
What if there are 2 or more items from the same (and only) author in a prize category?
SB_5000 saidStaff vote for their favourite item based on number of factors for each category prize for example: The quality of the item, orginality, design, functionality, features used, etc. The item with the most votes win.
What criteria does the Envato staff judge on?
What if there is only one submission in a category?
This probably because of “We only disallow static inline CSS.”.
But it’s weird. PHP is dynamic. So, even “static” css can be processed dynamically with php and it can exist as separate css file on server but it can be sent to client as part of html output.
Actually if you want best possible performance and avoid all unnecessary requests and 100% score in PageSpeed Insights you have to use static css in header.
Hi everyone. I use this to assist in determining time zones: http://www.timebie.com/index.php Hope this helps and good luck to everyone!
There is a lot of converters indeed.
Unfortunately the most confusing part is what exactly does ‘midnight’ mean for english speakers. I’m definetly not the only one that has some problem with that.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midnight
“Midnight marks the beginning and ending of each day in civil time throughout the world.” Oughhh “beginning” or “ending”???
In my country midnight is the end of the day. So, it’s just after 23:59:59. It’s 24:00:00 which is immediately replaced by 00:00:00 and date changes to 13 March 2014.
Which date is correct deadline of this contest?
12 March 2014 00:00:00 (midnight as suggested by http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html) or
12 March 2014 24:00:00 = 13 March 2014 00:00:00 (this is midnight of 12 March for me and probably for most of Europeans)
cocomero saidI asked the exact same question before we started I’m afraid I’ll confuse matters even more if I try to figure out what time it ends in your timezone, so let’s just say the contest ends at 23:59:59 on March 12th AEDT.
I got pretty stupid question. But I always have a problem with this.
Could you please announce deadline date in more specific way understandable for Europeans?
In my country we use military time. We don’t use all these AM/PM things. I just would like to be sure. Is this correct or not?:Sydney (Australia) Wednesday, 12 March 2014, 00:00:00 AEDT UTC+11 hoursBerlin (Germany) Tuesday, 11 March 2014, 14:00:00 CET UTC+1 hour
In my country “midnight” means the end of the day we are talking about. So, midnight is actually 23:59:59 and then we got Thursday 13 March (00:00:00).
It’s so confusingNow I can see 10 March 2014 23:41:00 on my clock and I really know that it is extremely stupid question but do I have ~ 12 hours to go or.. 36?
So, exactly 38 hours to go. Am I right?
36, I think You can check it here : http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/city.html?n=152
That’s what I did.http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converted.html?iso=20140312T00&p1=240&p2=195
Unfortunately there is some confusing note on this page:
Form assistance To specify midnight (start of day), select “00 / 12 am” in the Hour-field and 00 in the Minutes field