Actually ,I`m not a designer .I just wanted to render the underlying simple-easy php technology,and i allowed the user to customize deign .Can code canyon be less strict in the design because of rare the programming technology or innovation .
A premium item incorporates both appealing aesthetics and solid functionality.
The marketplace doesn’t work like that.
I have 7 plugins for WooCommerce ready to go – all professionally written clean class-based code.
How do you determine pricing for such plugins?
My concern is that when I look at the current eCom plugins here on Code Canyon I find that the most expensive is only $20 and others are just $10. So an author making 50% gets $5 to $10 on that particular pricing. I’d have to sell a boatload to break even on my time investment.
I know I can sell my plugins on my own for anywhere from $35 to $50 each and probably sell at least a few hundred copies of each one without any trouble at all.Thus my question.
When doing your calculations, being in the mindset that you’re making half of what you would selling on your own is the completely wrong way to go about it. CodeCanyon is a marketplace which gives your plugin unparalleled exposure. Your advertising costs would be unbelievable if you tried to match it going on your own.
Aleximion saidWhile its a very interesting and unique feature, you’re limiting your template to a very small audience
OK.. doesn’t metter! There are many other sources where I can get “live scores” even leggaly… Well, I wish. What about the idea itself ? Will be someone interested in a wordpress theme with these features:
Actualy I can add any League and make Archives even for ALL seasons.
- English Premier League -Table, Fixtures, Arvhive by seasons: 2000/2001 – 2010/2011
- Dutch Eredivisie – Table, Fixtures, Arvhive by seasons: 2005/2006 – 2010/2011
- French Ligue 1 – Table, Fixtures, Arvhive by seasons: 2000/2001 – 2010/2011
- German Bundesliga – Table, Fixtures, Arvhive by seasons: 2000/2001 – 2010/2011
- Italian Serie A – Table, Fixtures, Arvhive by seasons: 2000/2001 – 2010/2011
- Portuguese Primeira Liga -Table, Fixtures, Arvhive by seasons: 2005/2006 -2010/2011
- Spanish Primera Division – Table, Fixtures, Arvhive by seasons: 2000/2001 -2010/2011
- UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League – Group Stage Tables and Fixtures
- All tables and Fixtures for curent season are automaticly updatable
- Probably, I’ll make the “Legal Live scores” and upcoming matches page
- NHL, NFL and NBA - maybe…
- League Tables in Widgets, Transfer news creator…
I haven’t taken a look at the details so sorry if this sounds like a stupid question but will a bill passed in the US affect people / companies based elsewhere?
Precisely what was needed, thanks
I’m having a bit of a mental block at the moment. I have two buttons in a WP plugin that need to run separate functions. I can only think of one way to do it but it doesn’t sound like the best solution.
Encase each button in a form with a hidden field. Is there a better way?
NuclearThemes saidTrust me, it’s real to build mobile webpage on jQuery mobile in two hours
No work on here takes two hours to complete. Most people spend longer than that writing the documentation. Please be respectful to those who have taken the time to create these files.
Shouldn’t you be looking at it as an opportunity then; you’ve spotted a product that is easy to build and add to your portfolio.