Eid Mubarik from Pakistan
I would love to suppor this script 24/7, but I’m currently at vacation and there is really huge lack of internet connection. I’m not able to even download a TV show, so I cannot emulate the 3rd part domain.
Anyway is there anyone who can tell me how I can reproduce this kind of domain at my localhost server ? I mean url like “something.localhost”. So I can fix this script locally ?thx and cheers ,freshface
Thanks for ur answer.
I’ve never tried it myself but it might help u, check this link: http://offshootinc.com/blog/2007/12/21/setting-up-a-subdomain-on-localhost/
Hope it helps
yes same issue here
Interesting. Any buyers complain to you and say they’re getting a refund? Maybe refunds don’t show up in the statement but they do decrease the sales count. Not sure! More than likely it’s a caching issue and the sales count will update in a few days time.
No i did’nt receive complaint from any buyer for refund. Further, even if so happen, it will also decrease sales revenue and revenue is not decreasing for me only sales counter is showing less number of sales.
Just wondering if any other author notice this issue.
I’ve noticed a few days back and today also, my latest theme sales counter, on item detail page, is showing wrong number of sales as compare to what my statement in my dashboard is reporting.
Sales counter on product page was showing one less sale continuously from a few days but now showing 2 less sales (difference is increasing).
Actual Sales: 43
Sales Counter: 41
I know its not a big difference to worry about it from authors point of view but was just curios to know that if envato is aware of this issue?
if have change self::$upload_dir[‘basedir’] and self::$upload_dir[‘baseurl’] but still not working
it says ‘Image does not exists’please help, thanks a lot.
I’m facing the same issue with site of one of my customer, who is using his site subdomain as media gallery upload path.
Definitely, there is a step by step guide bundled with the theme. Just replied to ur email. Plz check!
yes its right, we should always have latest installation of wordpress. But i’m asking this plugin for theme authors. So that theme authors does not have to manually test their theme on each version of wordpress separately. And a theme support how many wp versions, this is the one thing which authors have to define while uploading theme.
However, not sure if buyers give much weight to this specification.
Title says it all. Just wondering if there is any plugin which scan code of the whole theme and than decide, which older versions of WordPress are able to run the theme?