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Smartik says

@tinyamasisurum0, I made the extension because I know, Envato will not change the homepage, that’s for sure. From start I made it just for me, but I think it is nice to share with the community.

@greenline, I must agree, some users may find the search form handy, but not me. I occasionally use the search and when I do, it is not from homepage but from top. That’s why I decided to remove it. Also I prefer to see the new items when I go to homepage and just after this to see other info. Now I feel better with this extension. :)

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Smartik says

Hey.

If you are tired and don’t like how the homepage of each EnvatoMarket is designed and also you want the new items to be on top of anything else then this Google Chrome extension is for you.
It works with all marketplaces!

I’ve made it because I want to see the new items when I access the homepage, not that big(and unfortunatelly useless) search form and the same items from featured and following sections. Ohh, man…

Here is how it looks like after the installation: https://www.dropbox.com/s/3oqzu77893olb61/scr-00087-004.png

Get the extension here:
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/envmakeup/ilepjeegbnlckeebabjeklcgagnhkmmm

Check the source code on Github:
https://github.com/Smartik89/envMakeup

I hope you’ll find usefull this small piece of code. Thank you. :)

Andrei.

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Smartik says

The color of menu links are blue, but they should be white. That’s the problem.

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Smartik says
When working with arrays, most of the time you don’t know what they contain, that’s why using foreach solves this problem. Here is an example:
$available_cars = array(
    'BMW'   => array( 'X1', 'X3', 'X5', '520 d' ),
    'Audi'  => array( 'A1', 'A3', 'A4', 'A6' ),
    'Honda' => array( 'CR-V' ),
);

foreach ($available_cars as $make => $models) {
    echo '<h1>'. $make .'</h1>' . PHP_EOL;
    echo '<div class="models">' . join(', ', $models) . '</div>' . PHP_EOL;
}
This code will return the following:
<h1>BMW</h1>
<div class="models">X1, X3, X5, 520 d</div>
<h1>Audi</h1>
<div class="models">A1, A3, A4, A6</div>
<h1>Honda</h1>
<div class="models">CR-V</div>

Suppose that $available_cars is from database and we don’t know how many cars it contains and how many models each make has, without foreach there is no way to output them to the end user.

Hope you got the idea. ;)

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Smartik says

To iterate an array. Pretty simple and obvious, not?

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Smartik says

Verify your main inbox and spam. You should receive a message if the item was approved or rejected.

Also it may be soft-rejected: http://themeforest.net/user/iamsakir/hidden_items

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Smartik says

thanks for the answer, i’ll test for 3 month instead pay for 1 year, and should we purchase domain from another site like godaddy and transfer it to our hosting

On DigitalOcean you can test it per hour and will cost you $0.007 ;)

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Smartik says

VPS. It can be hard to manage at the begin but you’ll be amazed by the performance it can offer to you.

Get one from DigitalOcean or Linode.

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Smartik says

Why only 33 external JS files? Add more….

On a serious note, improve the page load and and remove all unecesary JS and CSS. I’m sure that half of the scripts can be removed or replaced with a few lines of code. Concatenate javascript and CSS, optimize images.

Right now your page have 8mb, but for sure you can optimize it to something max 2mb or even better. BTW, if you ask a page should not have more than 1mb.

Proof: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6cpzlqnnpz1ycc8/scr-00085-002.png

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Smartik says


I find the calc() method very usefull, but I don’t think it’s time to use it right now, since it has partial support or no support at all for most of the browsers. http://caniuse.com/calc
Did you look at the graphic of the link you shared? It’s actually supported on most browsers, not the other way around…

Yes. Android 4.2-4.3, Safari 5, Opera 12(and mobile), IE9 ( I don’t know how it works, since it’s partial support), still are a problem.

First of all, I would not use it because of Android, and second Safari.

IE8: I don’t care, it’s a very old browser which was designed for Win XP that is not supported by its developers anymore.

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