Great to see Shopping Cart, but I prefer that you waited few more weeks to finish it and add quantity editing since right now this is not very helpful.
That is a very good news. Hopefully people will understand that downloading pirated version of software will put them at risk to these kind of issues.
Hopefully, but not very likely. Every once in a while similar threat starts spreading from pirated scripts, but people are still using them. Those who get affected by such exploits or viruses in many instances are not even aware of the problem until hosting company shuts them down, and they will not pay money to buy original script.
hi there i am new here have some confusion. i have some windows applications which i need to sale here problem is my software have a licensing system it generates cd key based on user machine. here when user purchases the application and install on his system then application will generate his machine key. Buyer will then send me his machine key and i will send him his cd key. how can i identify the request for cd key is from the user who purchased the application.? sorry if this question seems stupid pardon me please but i really need help in this regards . Is there any api from which i can check if the user has purchased the application or not thanks
I think that such application will not be approved, since it doesn’t work out of the box and requires user to contact you for activation, and that is not allowed as far as I know. Better contact support before uploading the application to confirm.
No, regardless of API version some API requests (search, collection, new-files, random-new-files) will not return all item data.
I have been using API for last 2 years, and I have 4 plugins using API, last_update is related to last author update sent for review (it doesn’t change if you change description, only if you send new files for review).
Yes, last_update is the last time item is updated by the author. But, not every type of API request returns this value (search request and some other too).
It would be better for Envato to re-review some old items and remove them only if they are not good enough or no longer working after years without updates. Removing item simply because has no sales is not good idea, removing bad items with new review process is better.
No problem, each site in multisite can use different theme. Some plugins can be activated network wide, and each site can activate plugins on its own.
I use WordPress multisite network, and it can support multiple domain names through Domain Mapper plugin. Works really well.
For WordPress you don’t need to have embed codes for videos. WordPress supports oEmbed and it can generate everything you need to embed YouTube and Vimeo videos (and many other providers are supported). So, plugin that does that would be redundant since WordPress core already does that since WP 3.0.