My SSD is full. I can’t install any more programs so I bought a 500 gb Samsung SSD. I went to install it and use the imaging software that it came with to transfer my operating system and all files over. It said it was successful and to remove the old C: drive and start using the new one. when I did that and tried to boot my computer, windows gave me an error message saying that it couldn’t find the boot manager. Seems it wasn’t successful after all. Now, when I plug in my old drive, windows starts up but the new drive doesn’t get recognized. Sometimes it does and sometimes not. It shows up in the bios and in the device manager but when I go to “My Computer”, the drive isn’t listed. Last night it was listed as G: and then just disapeared.
Anyone got any ideas? I am running windows 7. I was going to try using Windows 7 to create a system image on the drive to swap things over. Can’t do that if I can’t get it to show up on my computer.
I sent you a message yesterday and you have not responded
Does anyone know of a category link plugin? I would love to see a button added to the admin area right next to the “Add New” button in categories. That way, If I don’t want to add a new post in that category I can click the button that says “Return to Category” and be taken back to the admin page that lists all the posts for the category. Sometimes I want to edit a post in that category after making a post and I just hate having to click multiple buttons to navigate back. I don’t like pressing the browser back button twice either. Is there anyone else out there that would like to see such a button?
if you develop the template and your friend uploads it then there is nothing to do. Just code it and give it to your friend. If you code the design and upload it to your account then you will need to have your friend send a support ticket to Envato explaining that you have permission to develop and upload the design. You can then put that support ticket number in the message box when uploading the design.
you guys need to change the way you think. You should want it to take weeks to get your item approved. Maybe even a month. the more time it takes them to approve a theme, the longer your theme is visible on the front page of Themeforest. Here is what you need to do..
1. make your theme 2. submit your theme 3. forget about the theme 4. start a new theme
Before you know it. you will be approved and making lots of money.
I have been working with visual composerhttp://codecanyon.net/item/visual-composer-for-wordpress/242431
I like it. It’s a great plugin and extendable. It’s going to cost 150 per theme but I think in the end it will be worth it.
Does anyone know if a media query viewer exists for the admin bar? I am talking about something that will show you the width of your page when you are resizing the browser so you can easily tell what media query you need to edit for a responsive theme. Does that sound like a useful tool or is it just me?
I think if you make your plugin so that it would be easily extendable then that would make it a great plugin. Some might have trouble creating the entire interface yet adding to the existing could be a piece of cake them especially if you gave code examples on how to add the most sought after things like sliders or jquery powered forms where you could push a button and get a new text field to enter data.
I am working with the visual composer plugin from code canyon for one of my themes and I am having trouble adding my own shortcode using textarea_html. Anyone got any experience with this? The shortcode shows fine in my admin but the content area is empty on the front page. The knowledge base says to name the param “content” but they must have left something out because naming that param as content seems to mess with the system.