Would be solved even with the current low prices if they were yearly. No support no updates after 1 year unless you renew the license, simple as that Maybe Envato will catch up on this IF their paid support thing turns out to be successful.
It’s worth perfecting (as much as you can) the product before release. Because if it is good it’ll get picked up and be in the topsellers. If it’s not that good and not sold enough times on the first week then it’s hard to improve on that. So if you got any ideas on how to make it better jam that feature in then resubmit, probably by a Monday.
If you write their official address a blank email you’ll get an invite 2 days later. Imho it’s crap I tested it on my phone but uninstalled right away. I can organize my everything with gmail labels, I’m not a fan of a system auto deciding what’s worth my time or not :/ Snooze is just a precursor for procrastination.
You can but I don’t think you should. Examples: http://audiojungle.net/item/film-logo-sound-01/22661 and http://audiojungle.net/item/cinematic-thrilling-intro/2813552
It’s set by NextGEN Gallery, JIG doesn’t influence page title. I recommend enabling permalinks on the site. Please ask for support in the item’s comment thread instead.
But, and most importantly, if I understood the blog post correctly Envato does not want authors to hold big amounts of money on their accounts: when balance reaches
certain point40K, the automatic withdrawal occurs?
Seems like it. They are not a financial institution after all.
You can verify the code but you can’t block functionality that is dependant on it, except automatic updates (which are not mandatory, so it’s up to you how you make that happen if you wish to). Can’t encrypt the code but you can minify it I think. If you provide some way to access the unminified files for devs. That’s what I’d do.
I’ve wrapped all my texts (admin or frontend) into i18n __() or _n() or _e() calls. So people can translate what they want for clients etc. Also WPML has ways to translate the setting values themselves.
If you are in WP you can use is_mobile() http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_is_mobile