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RubenBristian says

but it’s broken in the latest 3.9 version of WordPress, due to the TinyMCE update.

Can’t you fix the plugin? It’s not that hard to write a quick fix for shortcodes in order to make them work with TinyMCE 4.x.. In a few hours you can easily fix the plugin. Here’s a good starting point: http://www.derby-web-design-agency.co.uk/blog-post/how-to-create-a-dropdown-box-in-wordpress-3-9-and-tinymce-4/28/

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RubenBristian says

Use global $wp_version; instead..

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RubenBristian says

Do I have to sign in to another account, purchase my own theme and then test the API key from that account? Is that the only way?

Yes. And while you’re at it, give yourself a five star rating. You deserve it! :)

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RubenBristian says

If you have downloaded the HTML template there’s no chance. Otherwise you might get a refund.

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Purchased, you say, eh? :)

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RubenBristian says

I wanted to buy ticksy some time ago but the price tag was not in my league :) I would also love to contribute :)

I never got a reply with the price :)

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RubenBristian says
It depends on what you’re doing with that code.
  • If you’re in a static HTML file with PHP content, then you should go with #1. Calling echo that many times isn’t good for performance reasons, and it’s much cleaner and well-organized to see the HTML structure and PHP variables as separate things.
  • If you’re inside a function which outputs some content, then you should go with #2. You could do do the same as #1 of course (really, a lot of developers do this), but it’s a personal choice. I really don’t like this:
    function echo_something( $att ) { ?>
       <div class="hello" />
    <?php }
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RubenBristian says

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Only earnings can be withdrawn, not deposits. There’s a total difference between these two.

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It’s not a scam. This is simply how it works. It’s really easy to understand and any marketplace using credits has this model. You can’t top up your credits with money, that would be stupid. You can buy from your credits. Need more credits? Buy more credits. It’s easy and it’s no scam at all.

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RubenBristian says


Theme updates: https://github.com/bitfade/themeforest-themes-update

Is there any way to define username and api key not from wp-config, but from the theme?

Of course. In functions.php…

require_once( 'pixelentity-theme-update/class-pixelentity-theme-update.php' );
PixelentityThemeUpdate::init( 'USER', 'API_KEY', 'THEME_AUTHOR' );
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