Each month authors will have a bulk Author Fee invoice from Envato to the Author that aggregates all the author fees from that month into a single document.
Maybe I’m confused, but isn’t the author fee only 15%? And technically the other 15% is the “buyer fee”?
Let’s assume there’s a $10 sale. If Envato will report to the IRS that the author was paid $10, and the author is expected to write off 30% as a “business expense”, if the “author fee document” only lists 15%, how do we officially account for the other 15%.
Just in case, make sure you’ve read through the documentation that was included with the item you purchased, and then if you’re still having trouble, contact the author of the product and they might be able to help.
Over the years, almost every change to the site has been followed with some community push-back. And I’m sure Envato is taking this into consideration with this change. But if you create a user-stylesheet for the site, applying #F3F3F3 and 14px font, and then toggle between the two a few times, it becomes abundantly clear that the content is much easier to digest without the new adjustments. Content is King. Just my 2c.
Chances are you need to add a “webm” or “ogv” alternative for the video. Search Google for “Miro Video Convertor” as that’s a free program you can use for this.
Stuff it everyone! But seriously, Happy Thanksgiving to all
Unzip the zip file you downloaded from CodeCanyon, and the installable zip should be found directly inside that.
edit, need to drink more coffee so I can read better
I’m thankful for all the awesome people I’ve met here on the Envato marketplaces. Customers, fellow authors and staff