templattica saidlol. It was not that bad.
IE done enough damage to developers that it doesn’t even matter anymore I will hate it to the rest of my life, even when it evolves into a browser that does not require bunch of additional code to make things work, which by the way work natively in other browsers, I’ll still hate it, but just might re-think about my secret plan of crashing a plane into microsoft.
No, it’s not constraining the entire Internet to move forward. still having to support ie means no joy
This is the last time ever the date will all line up
crossroad saidFor sure. It needs a serious cleaning. Any in particular that you think should go?
There are even more funny things, for example the browser list.
Yes – there should not be ANY requirement to specify a browser version from the authors side. If you think about it, there are just so many versions of browsers it’s hard enough for you guys to keep up, let alone authors.
When somebody buys a template they should test the site in their own browsers. This was a good feature a few years ago but in today’s world, technology is advancing so fast that everything gets obsolete quickly.
Typography needs work. No typo page either.
Okay something isn’t right here – you join the list of now 8, yes 8 different threads (including this one) complaining about the same issue.
This needs to be looked into as a matter of urgency and a resolution, such as a dedicated abuse team who are able to deal with all abuse claims within 24 hours, as clearly, support is failing at this area.
Here are the links to the threads (which was posted coincidentally in another related thread):http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/my-work-stolen-and-selling-on-themeforest/81024
Original reply (and the other thread):http://codecanyon.net/forums/thread/a-question-of-ethics-or-contributory-copyright-theft-/81015?page=2#680927
Here is the item in question: [link removed by censorship police] I feel it’s important for authors whom are doing this to be named and shamed, as well as the reviewers who are very poor in spotting these files.
Note to mods: oh I do wish you were as quick to remove the files as quickly as you removed my link there.
That’s nice to hear. But can you give us some more info about it? What’s planned? Or at least ETA for (at least some) changes? What to expect and when?
I can’t promise anything at this stage, but here’s where we’d like to head:
The work you guys have seen a few fragments of is toward vastly improving and simplifying the process of becoming an author. Part of that goal is making things like author dashboard available to all users — if you’re an author, it’ll work mostly like it used to (for now). If you’re not an author, it can help you become one.
This means the dashboard UI has to deal with a few more states and variations than it used to. Authors see an upload box, but others will see a different box, with varying height content. We tried that all in one place in the UI (shifting it to the left column above the comments), but we’ll explore alternatives for sure.
This work got interrupted in a weird spot (hence no promises), but I’d like to get back to it soon. There’s a broader vision of the dashboard, but I’m only just starting to research this and talk to authors, so it’s way way way too early to go into details.Expect a Notes post in the next day or two from me on our current focus.
You make that sound difficult – as developers you should be able to get that done in a few hours. Sadly my optimism about getting some real much needed features implemented has just died.