So that means buyers who just purchased their item won’t be able to validate their purchase code for the next 11 hours?
The API has not been not working fine for the latest 3 hours because of a CURL setting problem.
I guess this is impacting analytics.envato.com too.
Today, it seems to be happening again (at least for the latest two hours).
If the parameter CURLOPT_USERAGENT is set, the API responds.
If the parameter CURLOPT_USERAGENT is not set, the API does not respond.
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API does not seem to respond anymore. I tried with setting a value for CURLOPT_USERAGENT and it did not help either.
Many thanks for having take the time to reply, this hack works (that’s a relief). Thanks again.
Envato API does not seem to be responding for the latest 24 hours. While a direct call of the api json file works in the browser, it does not not work when using Curl.
We are using HostGator hosting and it has been working fine for the last 12 months. What can we do to solve the problem?
Please help, buyers can’t validate their item purchase code anymore. Thank you.
FreeMind is the one I have been using the most
I find it confusing: the marketplace logos grab all the eye attention and the submenu for the items categories is just not readable/visible enough
3 bars seem too much to me, it reminds me of the toolbars in old IE, sorry