Well it makes me feel better, the fact that i’m not alone on that part
I strongly agree with you guys, and i hope that percentage pixelentity mentioned remains that slow.
One possible solution might be public ratings, and comments, that will calm authors down and inform users if the rating affects their opinion or not.
I would not refuse an offer because of some ratings that has nothing to do with my needs on that product.
We had a case where a buyer rated our item with 1 stars, because a feature which we did not confirm our theme had, and he wanted.
Without going to local, my question is, should buyers rate 1 star items which they bought and this item does not offer a feature which he wanted?
If they should not do that, is there any way to prevent that ?
The fieldtype where WP stores Meta Value is Longtext and maximum size of an entry is “4,294,967,295” bytes.
So if your data is lower than 4GB(Which i think it will) than your good to go.
But to be sure just check the way how Wordpress handles Queries based on Meta Key and Meta Value if you have any case.
As i saw the amount of Parallax themes here is tiny, so we wanted to share something we used to work with all of you.
It is about a parallax framework which has some great features.
It is easy to use, configurable from Markup(Only configure HTML Elements) and it uses CSS3 with the ability for Native JS Animation, maybe using TweenMax, and you can animate elements on different angle’s, ratio’s and positions.
It works on all major browsers.
Here you can find an ugly simple example what you can do with that and how smooth it is.
We got that response, and the meteor thing happened
Well while we signed as an Exclusive Author we cannot distribute our files from another source which is not on Envato Marketplace Network.
So only if you are a non-exclusive author you can do the External Updates Distribution, otherwise Kailoon and Ivor should pas your update.
In case someone else had the same problem or doubts we used a plugin called Demo Data Creator- http://www.stillbreathing.co.uk/wordpress/demo-data-creator
It fills your Wordpress with dummy data and if you support all those tags it outputs than i think your good to go.
As many users have the ability to insert from the WSYIWYG Editor any HTML tag, or sometimes custom shortcodes is causing troubles on handling those Tags within the container where we display “the_content()” .
So which is the best way to handle any tag within
<div class="content"><?php the_content()?></div>and make it maybe flexible and keep it compact at any responsive media query.
Hope that was clear enough.
PS : Are you forced to handle each tag within the editor, or you can explain the customer that extra tags need extra care and we could not handle that all by our self ?
As i saw Woocommerce is licensed under GPL, so using that license your free to edit and redistribute.
But as review process is getting wired most of the time, and you get reject for things that are not written anywhere i would like to know before we move on.
Are we allowed to include Woocommerce plugin within the Theme, and ship the Theme with the Woocommerce plugin.
I had an similar issue once, it was i think 6 months ago.
The server did not had any Image Processing library (GD or Imagemagick), so take a look if GD is installed.
did you check if they were actually being uploaded to his server?
thanxNo I did not, I don’t have access, however it seems that the upload took place without errors. I took a closer look now and it seems to me a problem of permissions (Forbidden)- Here. I think a chmod 0755 will do it, otherwise – don’t know.
Just be careful wit that.Use it only on thumbnails otherwise if you get cropped images and display them on Portfolio or any slider you can end up with a frustrated buyer because his work is not showing up completelly.
On those cases i would suggest this jQuery plugin – http://code.google.com/p/jquery-imagefit-plugin/