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Try to organize your content based on importance and how each item relates to the section before it.

I’d go for something like this : Home->Register->Schedule->Speakers->Pricing->FAQ->About->Partners->Contacts

Ask the user to register to the event. The whole point is to get people to register so this would be my main focus.

Then might want to shift focus to the schedule and head on to see who the speakers are. By now i’m curious about the pricing and i’ll probably have some questions so faq is my next stop and so forth. Who are these guys? OK, think i will contact them.

Well, that’s how my mind would work, could be different for others. Arrangement is rather subjective, but try to group similar items together and give some sense of organization. I think this is your main mistake.

Regarding radix, when you use the parseInt function in JavaScript, always use the radix parameter. Since you’ve used it in it’s default state without radix, you are safe with the value 10. so instead of: parseInt(‘12’); try: parseInt(‘12’, 10);

If you want the meat and potatoes, read the knowledgebase on mozilla.org

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The way I see it… if people know about Envato, then they’re unlikely to be using Google to search for items they need. They’ll visit whichever Envato marketplace corresponds to their needs and then search there. If people don’t know about Envato, then an advert that brings them here is going to open up a whole new world to them! They might land on your item, but then go off exploring this mystical new land with it’s plentiful bounty.
Just saw the above, which sums everything i wanted to say nicely in a few lines lol

Think the better approach to ads would be to have people write and recommend your item or get your own blog, share the content on facebook, g+, twitter, product hunt, hacker news, stumble upon etc. When you have written content describing what your item can do and why someone should buy it, it won’t matter what they see, they’ve come to buy your item. It is also a good long term strategy.

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I’m in full agreement here, but, I think Envato themselves should be the ones providing the tools to do this really.

Agree with OP and well said tommus! The best way is to implement this through Envato supplying a working solution \\ instead of having every author come up with different solutions.

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Went for early run today, bit slower 24:47, bit achy, it’s gonna be a long month lol Doubled up on socks and filled with talc powder to try and save from blisters, fingers crossed :D

haha nice matt! Get running socks. The material used on these and the stitches are top notch. Ordinary socks will just give you blisters and pain :D

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It is good work, but try to minimize on the use of overlapping text. The “Team” section and the footer are my favorite and whatever you were trying to do comes off beautifully there.

Couldn’t relate to the excessive usage in the other sections unfortunately but this is hardcore, not everybody needs to like it :D

Would work better if you changed the content, from a book selling site to perhaps a night club :P

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Enabled is right. It is not about whether or not we have clients requesting support after 6 months, today. This will appeal to our business customers. They won’t mind one bit to buying support pack extensions along with the product. They also ask less support and do you know why? That is because people that are willing to pay more are actually our target customer. They will ask for less support because they need the product and they know that if something goes wrong i.e. found a bug, they can turn to us to fix it.

Let’s not invent problems. We have all dealt with good clients that are the vast majority and then there are a few black sheep, the opportunists that will nitpick every little technicality and use our products in the most unintended ways possible. It’s nothing new. These few people are usually in the “cheap zone” and will never buy an extension pack. We are already dealing with them today. Nothing will change, in fact most of you have said “well, nobody contacts me after 6 months”. So there you go. This means you won’t even have to deal with the few problematic clients because they won’t be around asking for support, 6 months later.

I too would rather tap into yearly updates but staff has already provided valid reasons why this is not going to work. The current proposal is the next best thing and I will settle for this with a smile on my face.

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Deserted island
HUNTING RIFLE – meat
KNIFE – chop meat, fruits
POT – cook it
FLARE GUN – for escape

Zombie apocalypse
SNIPER RIFLE – shoot till i run out of bullets
CROSSBOW – reusable arrows
SAMURAI SWORD – never run out of bullets
ROPE – tie up zombie, experiment and find a cure
HUMMER – my new home

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You need to get permission from the author explicitly in order to do this, in addition to purchasing an extended license.

Your licensing will also needs to protect the product you incorporate and that you do not allow users to extract the item but rather only use it as part of your end product.

That said, please contact support, they are the true experts and their answer is what counts, not what someone tells you on a public forum.

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Just keep doing what you’ve done so far minus the extra thought you put into it. The less effort and importance you give to this individual, the faster they will bore and leave you alone. You have to allow yourself to detach from this situation by simply refusing to allow it to affect your work.

There is no alternative. The only person that can help you is YOU. Focus on the positives as others have said. The blocking feature you are after is in your mind. Just block them out and move on :P

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pricing is great. looking forward for this change! green light, please hurry :P

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