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OriginalEXE says
Change:
public function greet() {
    return "Hello, my name is " . $firstname->firstname . " " . $lastname->lastname . ". Nice to meet you! :-)";
}

to this:

public function greet() {
    return "Hello, my name is " . $this->firstname . " " . $this->lastname . ". Nice to meet you! :-)";
}
and this:
public function __constructor($firstname, $lastname, $age) {

    $firstname->firstname = $firstname;
    $lastname->lastname = $lastname;
    $age->age = $age;

}

to this:

public function __constructor($firstname, $lastname, $age) {

    $this->firstname = $firstname;
    $this->lastname = $lastname;
    $this->age = $age;

}

$this represents our object and you can use it inside that object method to access other methods and properties.

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OriginalEXE says

That is happening because you are declaring your function inside of a closed scope, so it’s only available for calling inside that scope (inside

(function($) {})(jQuery);

)

There are multiple solutions for this.

The most simple one is the one you already discovered, moving that function declaration outside, which basically puts it in a global scope and it can be called anywhere.

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OriginalEXE says
You can use this in a header of your switcher:
<script>if ( top !== self ) top.location.replace( self.location.href );// Hey, don't iframe my iframe!</script>
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OriginalEXE says
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OriginalEXE says

I love your support forum, can you please tell me, is it a forum bought from codecanyon? I’d like to get that too, I like how it looks! Thank you! (my apologies for the off-topic)
http://aquagraphite.com/2013/04/supportte-free-bbpress-support-forum-theme/
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OriginalEXE says
Another, easier solution, would be to use this:
#portfolio-squares-full-four .portfolio-square, #portfolio-squares-four .portfolio-square {
    width: 24.95%;
}
instead of this:
#portfolio-squares-full-four .portfolio-square, #portfolio-squares-four .portfolio-square {
    width: 25%;
}
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OriginalEXE says

I’m testing on Chrome.

U have no issue in Firefox either in fullscreen, but issue happens on certain screen widths.

This is happening because you are using percentage based widths, so when the numbers are rounded in isotope, you sometimes get half a pixel too much per grid item, resulting in items going out of place.

My suggestion would be to upgrade to isotope v2, which handles it much better, and then you can use grid size option. Here’s the demo how I’ve done it in bootstrap:

http://jsfiddle.net/OriginalEXE/Vc8x4/

So basically, you have an empty grid element that has the same dimension as others (in terms of width) and isotope uses it to determine width of all other grid elements.

Read more here: http://isotope.metafizzy.co/layout-modes/masonry.html, where it mentions columnWidth

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OriginalEXE says

Your 4 columns demo works fine for me.

3 columns demo is displaying in 2 columns, width of each item is 367px and container is 1100px width, you have 1px extra.

Change this:
#portfolio-squares-full-three .portfolio-square, #portfolio-squares-three .portfolio-square {
width: 33.33333333333333%;
}
to this:
#portfolio-squares-full-three .portfolio-square, #portfolio-squares-three .portfolio-square {
width: 33.3%;
}

in style.css

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OriginalEXE says

I would recommend you this extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/page-monitor/pemhgklkefakciniebenbfclihhmmfcd?hl=en-US

It’s not specific to Envato or comments, but you can set it up to monitor any part of the website, and alert you when change happens.

Worked great, and can be used in multiple ways for multiple stuff.

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OriginalEXE says
What should be added:
  • A way for a person to see full list of authors he followed (privately)
What should not be added:
  • A public list of all of the followers
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