Posts by LGLab

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LGLab says

Hey,

My friend’s looking for a front-end developer to start work in London asap, this is on-site job so ideally you are already in the London area or close. This is a contract (temp) position, ideally at least until the world cup, and is quite well paid (around £300/day). Aside from obviously very good html/css/javascript, great responsive skills is the key, that might sound standard here on TF but it seems the real world is lagging in this area.

Send me an email if interested.

Cheers, Greg

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LGLab says

I like to show clients a few themes so they can choose one they like, but I have to exclude a lot of good themes lately, as images of scantily dressed people in odd poses, do not give a good impression.

That’s your opinion, marketing research proves otherwise :P

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LGLab says

I also use paypal which to me seems the one with least fees. It’s worth noting that while paypal mastercards were only available to americans a while ago, they are now available in more countries so worth checking, I have one in UK and I know you can have it in France too. Paypal mastercard will charge a fee for ATM withdrawals, but they don’t when you purchase items in store or online, which is what I do, so all in all I only have the initial currency conversion fee.

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LGLab says

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LGLab says

Fiddling with the current tools seems like short term fixes, split TF into 2, ThemeForest for CMS and TemplateForest for everything else, and you’ve just doubled exposure time. TF is getting crowded lately with all the new CMS and frameworks being added, just look at the menu/submenus, of course exposure time will be small on home page with 40 thumbnails and as many categories.

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LGLab says
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LGLab says

What I don’t understand is why is it so important to you if all you want is “check out something that looks nice”, what difference does it make whether it’s a nice looking theme or a nice looking template?

You could always only browse the wp category if you want, or better yet, it’s Saturday, go and have a drink :P

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LGLab says

Definitely up for it, London would probably be best for me, although I have to say this car park in Manchester looks rather nice 8-):-P

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LGLab says

[...] Besides, it wasted my time very much, I need to login to my Paypal account, check every dispute, send my resolutions, but in the end I have never won, for sure… It is simply because Paypal doesn’t protect intangible products, and digital product is one of them. Sad but true… :-(

Hmmm, I think you got it the wrong way around, we are talking about “buyers protection” here, and as stated here, paypal will protect “purchases” under several conditions, one of them being that The item you purchase must be a physical, tangible good that can be shipped, which is not our case, our products are intangible and therefore not covered by the paypal buyers protection, and it’s very easy to dispute a reversal from a buyer in that case, just a phone call, mention the word “intangible” a couple of times and the dispute is killed instantly.

On the other hand, envato clearly stated that sales reversals are due to illegal payment activity, e.g. the buyer didn’t have money in the first place, in that case there is nothing envato can do.

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