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VBN says

jQuery(document).ready(function($) { ‘use strict’; put your script here that’s all });

I’m put there, but then cease appear “message sent successfully”

Regards,

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VBN says

Hello!

What needs to change in jquery to work this code with “use strict” ?

<script type="text/javascript">  
/* <![CDATA[ */    
$(document).ready(function() {
    var close_note = $("#note");
    close_note.click(function () {
        jQuery("#note").slideUp(1000, function () {
            jQuery(this).hide();
        });
});

$("#ajax-contact-form").submit(function() {
        $('#load').append('<center><img src="images/ajax-loader.gif" alt="Currently Loading" id="loading" /></center>');
        var fem = $(this).serialize(),
            note = $('#note');
        $.ajax({
            type: "POST",
            url: "contact.php",
            data: fem,
            success: function(msg) {
                if ( note.height() ) {            
                    note.slideUp(1000, function() {
                        $(this).hide();
                    });
                } 
                else note.hide();
                $('#loading').fadeOut(300, function() {
                    $(this).remove();
                    if(msg === 'OK') {   $("#ajax-contact-form").find('input, textarea').val(""); }        
                    // Message Sent? Show the 'Thank You' message and hide the form
                    result = (msg === 'OK') ? '<div class="success">Your message has been sent. Thank you!</div>' : msg;
                    var i = setInterval(function() {
                        if ( !note.is(':visible') ) {
                            note.html(result).slideDown(1000);
                            clearInterval(i);
                        }
                    }, 40);    
                }); // end loading image fadeOut
            }
        });

        return false;
    });
});
/* ]]> */
</script> 

Thank you :)

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VBN says

With respect to a white color at Google, can learn a lot. But you can also pastel color button “post a reply” or “purchase”. For example, #F3F5F0.

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VBN says


Can done as follows:
Two plans when buying items:

1. without support.
2. plan with the support, but a little more expensive it will cost than the first plan.

The overwhelming majority of authors don’t want any sort of ‘paid’ premium support plans. Doing so would give the buyer too much power and you will find yourself being abused. After seeing the results of the buyer survey this is pretty much a guarantee.

I believe most authors would like to keep things as they while placing a time limit on the item licenses. e.g. no longer having access to item updates after a year or so. At which point you can re-new or re-purchase the license.

Support should be left alone, there are better ways to make managing and maintaining themes economical / profitable.

I think the you are right.

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VBN says

Can done as follows:
Two plans when buying items:

1. without support.
2. plan with the support, but a little more expensive it will cost than the first plan.

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VBN says

First, it’s good we can see some NUMBERS. To my knowledge I think this is the first time.

Second, and as many authors already mentioned, the system that worked so far should work in the future with no change. If Envato is willing to provide a built in support platform (perhaps even better than those self hosted or third party service), it’s welcomed, but without charging authors for it or force authors to provide support, even for a fee.

The author vacation feature is also welcomed. Author issued refunds also would be very nice. I think this should conclude the support topic.

I like your idea! :)

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VBN says

Personally I think the way it works now is perfect, and it’s proven to be successful – Envato marketplaces are the biggest on the web and authors here are literally making millions.

Per single sale we don’t make profit, so we can not also guarantee our support time too. What buyers are getting is a bargain – they’re getting a completed product which is at a high standard and reviewed to be working, with well documented instructions – in theory no support is actually needed considering what buyers are getting for their buck.

The current system works because only a small percentage of buyers ask for support and most of the time it’s no problem for authors ( it helps improve sales if we do ) but in worst case scenarios we’re always protected because we have the power to decide which buyers deserve our time, and which do not.

Mandatory support gives buyers too much power, and they’ll feel they’ve now paid for support and will demand it no matter how unjustified their request is, and this is a dangerous thing for authors selling micro stock items.

As for support packs, and buyers being able to buy our time, this should be OPTIONAL.. since a lot of us signed up to sell micro stock because of the freedoms, and not work on a time basis with individual customers.

Just my 2 cents :)

Totally agree with you! :)

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VBN says

2 so far :)

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