I think you’d have a much easier time finding a 2560×1600 res monitor, why 1440 instead?
I’ve been using a Dell 30” U3011 (purchased for ~ $800 on sale) for the last couple of years over a displayport connection using just a single display card. Haven’t looked around lately, probably even better stuff available now.
Did this change really happen as suddenly as it seems to me?
All of a sudden today in all of the forums I work in I get twitter error threads… it seems that was not announced, was it? Bit of a pain for the authors :/
It was announced. I remember it showing up in various RSS feeds in my reader around March 2013.
AJ, having purchased more than one of your themes. I’ve used FAQs in each. While simple accordion FAQs have their place, I liked the isotope spin you’ve put on them in the past.
I hope to continue to see further creativity and innovation in this area. Boring / pedestrian FAQs may not get much use but a well done one can make all the difference.
So by the same token, I definitely look for an FAQ tab on any given item’s page (and actually read it) before making a comment / sending an email. I’ve even made suggestions to authors about questions that have ended up on their FAQ Tab. That’s me even if I’m in the minority.
I’d recommend HTC One instead of xperia z
@GajahModo, what’re you even talking about mate??!! The topic title should have been “Galaxy S4, or HTC One” . Its a no brainer!!
LOL. I was going to reply, “Is ‘neither one’ an acceptable answer?”
Go with the HTC One, Galaxy S4 or Galaxy Note II.
Only around a dozen or so. Either commercial, free or made by in house. I forgot to mention that it’s a responsive site. Even loading speed on mobiles is relatively good. Averaging 2.5 seconds on a Android Samsung GS II / iPhone 4. Faster on newer devices. However, which theme you use can affect that, I’ve gone with the Bootstrap framework for theme in use.
Ajax (near infinite scroll) – “Load More Products” – not to be confused with actual Infinite Scroll as there are too many issues with that. Lazy Loading of images and scaling image size from low res mobile to retina size helps too. This way, searches, pagination and navigation are pretty quick as long as long as the hardware can handle the traffic load. Keep your queries relatively light and you won’t have to worry too much.
I used WooCommerce for a site with 300k items. The WP plugin WP All Import was extremely helpful in populating the site initially as well as afterward. It’s a scalable node web server. The traffic is light some days and heavier others.
1) Forget shared hosting (I’d never think of using it for a site this size but some still would) as it’ll be very slow and you’ll not be able to tweak things as much as you may want / need to. So, you should use a managed, VPS or dedicated host from the start.
2) Don’t go crazy on the plugins. Use only what you need. Don’t just deactivate, remove.
These two things here are often what can give WP a bad name / reputation. It’s too slow, use X software instead. LOL.
Start button isn’t really back. When you press it, it’s just a re-direct to the “Start Screen”. There’s no menu like in past versions of Windows and still no task bar. I hope MS keeps it this way and makes no further changes in this regard.
+1 to the trends posted by the OP. Two other trends I’d like to see less of are, Parallax and Metro based designs. Perhaps it’s just me?