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RikdeVos says

For now we are dropping the support of IE6 .
Yep, you can do that, but you make A LOT more sales if you do give support for IE6 .

Come on people, IE6 will be 10 years old in a few months!

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RikdeVos says

Hahaha!!!! Love it! :D

especially the “Why”

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RikdeVos says

As you can see I have a brown paw, which means I’ve earned less than 500$. My question is: Do I still have to pay taxes, or is it so low that I don’t have to??

Thanks, Rik

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RikdeVos says

Just have a look on Dribbble for inspiration ;-)

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RikdeVos says

@SplitV Haha, I see. I just tried it myself and it is really quite easy to ‘fix’ it. I found the conditionals that checks if the window.location == something, and I just replaced them all.

Yep, I guess it’s just impossible…

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RikdeVos says

Well, I think I’ve found a pretty neat solution. It’s not 100%, but I think it works for 99% of the pirates. I use it in the demo of my own item.

What I did was actually quite simple. First, I create several strings containing pieces of the allowed url. Then, on several placed in the JS file, I check if the allowed url matches the current url. If it doesn’t, it will stop running the script and change all the text in the items on the page to the url of my product :). If it does match, the script will just continue. And then, too make it hard to read, I use a javascript obfuscator.

So now, the code is completely unreadable, and it only works on the allowed url because it is almost impossible to find all the pieces of the allowed url in the file.

Pretty neat right :D

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RikdeVos says

Hi,

contact me and I’ll see what I can do :)

I can convert the PSD to HTML & CSS and integrate a small CMS in PHP .

Cheers, Rik de Vos

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RikdeVos says

Yeah, why not :)

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RikdeVos says

You’ll also have to figure out how to customize those 5 lists with links. You may want to add a page in the control panel. Jeffrey Way has a good tutorial on that on nettuts+.

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RikdeVos says

I can hard-code it in, but then you’ll have to look at all the code if you want to add a page or change something. You probably want someone who can also add controls in the control panel.

Nope, I do not know anyone who can do that, sorry.

Cheers, Rik de Vos

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