What’s going on with awards? Is voting finished or not?
LOL! it’s bundled with top selling Themeforest theme.
Thank you guys
@joshhunsaker I was asking about number of sales, not amount in $.
How much sales does item get when someone buys extended license? Or it’s the same as a regular?
Not sure where to post this as Envato support isn’t very fast, and this should be removed until someone buys it. I noticed that new theme of Themeforest is complete clone of popular Socket Studios website. Just compare:
Almost 3x growth on CodeCanyon.
Last year on Codecanyon: http://codecanyon.net/page/top_sellers/2011/08/26
Last year on Themeforest: http://themeforest.net/page/top_sellers/2011/08/26
Last year on Graphicriver: http://graphicriver.net/page/top_sellers/2011/08/26
What do you think? What caused this?
if( !defined( 'ABSPATH') && !defined('WP_UNINSTALL_PLUGIN') ) exit();
What is ”!defined( ‘ABSPATH’)” part is for and why is there “&&” there? Shouldn’t it just be check for “WP_UNINSTALL_PLUGIN”?
Thank you so much. One more question though, what is the best way to store options? Assuming that there are around 20-30 options for each RSS feed (number of feeds are unlimited and can be easily more then 40, options are mostly Boolean and short String).
My concern is, if I put it all feeds data in one wp-options field as JSON , wouldn’t it be too hard to fetch it every time?
And if I create separate transient for each data of RSS feed, wouldn’t it be too many transients for WordPress?
I’m developing plugin and I need it’s data to be cached, let’s assume that it’s large RSS feed grabber. Basically data of one RSS feed is about 100 lines of parsed HTML code (about 2KB). On one page there can be from 1 to 5 RSS feeds.
My question is, what is the best to cache and store this? Should I use transients? Or just save data to custom created database table? Or create “RSS feed” custom post type?
Plugin data is not attached to post.
Thanks for help.