Hi Envato community, I have recently created a new public collection with the latest and the best designed themes with Twitter’s framework – Bootstrap 3, the collection will be updated, also feel free to send me any great theme that I haven’t added to the collection.I wanted to share this collection with the community: http://themeforest.net/collections/4091423-bootstrap-3-admin-templates
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Thank you very much for your words.
We wish you all the best on your journey to the success.
Today was our 4000th sale and we are really excited to reach at this point, on the fourth year on Envato since I’ve published the very first script in the CodeCanyon.
Even this number of sales seems to high (compared to some authors), we are still under the 75,000$ Target to get the Elite Badge, hopefully we will get the Elite Author Badge in a month.
We are thankful to Envato for this life opportunity.
Great respect from Arlind Nushi and Art Ramadani
For years I’ve been always looking to find a suitable WYSIWYG editor with clean interface and clean code formatting. So now I came on conclusion that Redactor WYSIWYG is the best WYSIWYG editor on the web.
For many reasons it has all advantages, and with the help of the community can be expanded to fit all needs.
- Faster than all major existing WYSIWYG editor
- Easy to expand with custom functionality
- Easy to implement
- Nice interface
So as a developer with nearly a decade experience on web development, to all of them who have doubts about which WYSIWYG editor to choose, I recommend this fantastic editor.
I am hoping in the near future this will be WordPress default editor.
I would like to know whats your opinion about WYSIWYG editors on the web?
Is it possible to see how many people visited the Themeforest author profile? Is it allowed to add some tracking code (google analytics) in the profile?
I tried but its not allowed because it escapes tags
One alternative is using images for tracking, and these services can be found free online, just google: flag counters and you’ll have an idea how they work.
Shume urime, vetem vazhdoni perpara!