IMO it’s easy enough to keep both versions of site in the same folder: just set the .httaccess to use e.g. index.html as primary index file. This way most site visitors will see html version and you can use WordPress in same root directory. The only drawback is you will not be able to use human-friendly URLs until your WordPress site goes live.
Microlancer the new limited freelancer market inside Envato. I dont think this will keep me smiling.. So, this mean.. If I have an after effects template.. And a buyer need to setup the template.. The buyer usually ask me how much I will charge him, and we usually work together. There I make some diferences.. But now.. In the same market with the one I make a partnership. Other people will be the working hand of the market, making the client have more options, or a cheaper one. Making me gain less, or work for less. I think these freelancer option should be out of Envato market.
It’s a business baby. Be competitive or be out.
IMO, Basecamp works very well for “solo” projects. Also you can check out the Wunderlist.
Confirmed. Setting the user agent header works fine
I had an argue with @Doru once:
For reason unknown, comments from random users are not showing up in my author dashboard. Sometimes I cannot see my own answers in it (though they are visible in items comments sections). Have you encountered this issue?