Okay good to know because I have some ideas but don’t want to go through all the coding unless I know there’s some demand.
1 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 4+1+1+1+1
There is one downside, competitors getting hold of the data. I think only authors should be able to see this kind of data.
I’m a good at math.
Can we submit non-coded Admin Templates? e.g. PSD designs of them?
True, true. “Recent Items” get a lot more publicity than “Featured Items” do, which certainly shouldn’t be so.
Not sure if this was mentioned, possibly in another thread prior to this, but add all links from the “Account” page except for “Edit” to the header of every page.
It’s really annoying to have to go through two pages to see my portfolio, or my statement.
This has been mentioned already but I’d like to back it up. I’d like to see page views of my items, and some general statistics on views, sales, etc other than the monthly sales chart.
Also, I’d like to see a “New Messages (1)” link in the header as well, which notifies an author when someone comments an item.
That’s all for now, I’m sure I’ll think of some more later.
If the author releases it under a commercial license, then yes, you can sell items using that brush.
Please note that you cannot sell the brush itself.
Take a look at the last 5 or so featured items. Nice items, right? Now take a look at their sales.
And in most cases, featured authors don’t have many sales either.
You may be getting my point. The featured items are either cursed (doubt it), or they just look nice but have no real use in, well, anything. So my question is, why is that so? Shouldn’t they get extra publicity to boost their sales? Or is whoever judging them for featured items not judging them well enough?
I’m not ranting by the way. Just pointing out the truth.
I think it’s about time to add IE8 to the list of compatibility, not that any extra work is needed to be done because it works pretty well now, but hey, might as well add it.