Guys all of you are not actually looking at this as a business decision from Envato.
Let me explain.
Envato are doing it this way so that they pay less tax and gain more money.
If they state that the buyer is in-fact paying us 80 and envato 20 this means that they can disregard 80% of income, if they do not do this, it means they have to pay tax on 100% of the money instead of just 20%.
So instead of there turnover being $25mil a year, it now comes down to just $7mil a year, which means they do not pay as much tax.
At least that is the logical way.
I do not really care how they balance their books, and do not really know why they have shown us this as it does not really affect us.
The only reason why I feel they have shown us is because they are taking the $2 away from us so they had to show an excuse.
I dont mind this at the end of the day, but it is just another thing they are taking away from Authors which is a little [language removed] if you ask me, it seems that authors really are getting a bad deal lately
Ok after 2 days of tinkering and searching on the internet I finally found a solution to this.
I am going to write it on here incase any author or basically anyone searching on google etc has the same issue they will be able to correct this.
Basically the issue is that within plesk 10+ it sets a chock on files above 15mb which basically means that even it you increase your file upload size etc etc within the php.ini it does not work.
Why they have done this I dont know, I am assuming its a security thing.
Anyway the work around is simple find the domainVirtualHost.php which is located within this root:
Copy the file and then create a new folder called custom within this root area:
Then within the custom folder create a new folder and call it domain so now your root access should look like this:
insert your copied file within there and then open it and change the FcgidMaxRequestLen digits to a more suitable number.
Then you will need to reconfigure your domain using the following code within ssh:
Then restart the psa and the apache.
Hope this will help people in the future
Im using Apache, Ive already tried that.
Ive just been told to look at:
My plesk recently update and what ive read on the internet the latest plesk sets a limit on these values which in most cases throttles large file uploads.
Ive never worked with these so now I need to search for where they sit on the server
Anyone can point me in the right direction?
Hi guys, most likely wont get a response on here but I have hit a snag on a development I am doing for my personal site.
I developed an uploading script to upload files which I have done a million times.
Everything works 100% apart from when I upload files above 20mb.
I know most will be thinking simply change the upload_max_filesize or post_max_size but this does not do it as this was the first thing I changed.
For instance I start uploading and it gets to about 50% and then it goes to a blank page which says Error code: ERR_CONNECTION_ABORTED.
I then changed the max_execution_time to 259200 so that it should never time out.
I even upped the memory limit to 500mb just incase and still I get this.
This works with files of around 16mb but as soon as I hit more it does as stated above.
Any idea what the issue could be?
This has happened every month for 6 months, ever since we changed our username
My money has not been calculated.
Every month this happens and I have to send a support ticket, why is this.
Can you please get this sorted as this is more hassle than needs be to be honest.
6 months on the trot I have needed to contact support because the withdrawal process has failed, its been since we changed our username!!!
I agree with all but the first, to me I am not bothered how they structure their theme costs as long as it benefits authors, which at present it does not.
As for this quote here:
Keeping that in mind, I currently agree to number 1 and 2, as we definitely need some clarification on why items are priced the way they are (especially the different between HTML and WP, as it’s quite a big difference), but I disagree to number 4, for the reasons I mentioned above.
are you joking? there is a big difference because there is a lot more work that goes in to creating a theme than a html template, as for support…
I have had 6 html templates on here and I bet I can count how many support questions I have had on my hands and feet.
As for support for WordPress, I have had 10 WordPress themes on themeforest with more than 2000 support questions.
The price difference is justified in this case, just like it is for WordPress -> Magento
As for disagreeing with getting paid for support, is this because you only have 2 coming soon pages and are not spending 20 – 40 hours a week on supporting them?
These numbers are not realistic numbers, they are show boat numbers.
For instance I have 6 accounts.
- 1 personal buying account
- 1 business buying account
- 1 exclusive selling account
- 2 exclusive co selling accounts
- 1 non exclusive selling accounts
I bet most users on here have at least 2 accounts…
My guess is the real number of actual users is closer to 1.5 million which is still an amazing number though.
Sorry did not see this thread:http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/introducing-envastats/71451?page=26#1061552