Envato simply covers the fee.
Is there an option for that? Becasuse I’ve never seen that option. Or is that a special deal between envato and paypal?
Btw: How do you handle payments from clients via paypal? Do you pay the fee or do you split it or let the client pay the whole fee?To be honest, I’m quite concerned because I’m going now to work on a project which I’ve agreed on 800€ but have to pay full 40€ fee. That’s some how pretty ridiculous…
You have to pay the fee for clients.
Envato send the full money that you withdraw, but Paypal will give you the reduce rate than the central bank to convert to any currency to send to your bank account.
P.S. For last hour it hards to access themeforest site and It’s accidentally post this thread 2 times sorry Mod.
why I didn't get Black shiny paw after my earning more than US$5,000 ?
I was wondering, which code actually you used now? i need to add additional menu description also.
Thanks in advance for your reply,
I’ve customized the reference code to suit with my html code ( menu’s description code ) then I’ve added $args = (object) $args; before $item_output = $args->before; so It will work correctly.