@CustomizeWP – The item you’ve suggested hasn’t been updated for over a year. It wouldn’t be something I’d recommend to anyone. Such inactivity (to me) is indicative of lack of time / passion for the item. I also see that you commented on that same item months ago but have yet to purchase it. Any particular reason(s) why?
I’d recommend Suppa Menu to you – http://codecanyon.net/item/suppa-multipurpose-wordpress-mega-menu/7265033
I’ve already use them for several projects (including my own). I really like this payment processor.
Perhaps Envato now will consider offering this as a (better) alternative to PayPal / Skrill?
Would you use it if they did?
May I ask why is that?
While iframes aren’t inherently bad, I feel they’re often misused. This is not an exhaustive list but here’s some reasons.They can be bad for SEO as how search engines crawl them will differ in effectiveness. Linking to or bookmarking them is not ideal. They can make debugging issues more difficult. You also don’t have control of the code that executes in the iFrame should it become problematic as you would if it was running from your own.
Sorry for the late reply, if you’re still looking for something like this then maybe this will work…http://ninjaforms.com/extensions/multi-part-forms/
I believe that has always depended on whether or not you’ve chosen to be 100% exclusive to CodeCanyon or not. If you’re exclusive, then putting any given plugin sold here under those terms on another site is like cheating on Envato regardless of whether it’s the identical / same product edition (for example, free). This is why some authors have more than one account which is totally okay.
There may be authors that do so anyway and hope Envato won’t enforce terms on them. I’ve also seen some more questionable workarounds for the situation as well. If you’re dependent on Envato for your livelihood, I wouldn’t recommend risking getting your account soft disabled / closed. There’s been cases where this has been done without proper warning to the author over the years for a variety of reasons not limited to this one.
Someone may come along and say that it’s allowed but unless it’s a staff member, just remember that Envato can be inconsistent at applying the rules to everyone / every situation. You best bet may be to simply contact them and get permission in writing if they’re willing to provide it. That way, you should be somewhat protected from most eventualities.
It’s shame as Facebook PHP SDK V4 (php-sdk-v4) Requires at least PHP 5.4 and many hosting companies are not yet hosting PHP 5.4
I’ve already had to move away from WP Engine just recently because they’re stuck on PHP 5.3.x after raising a support ticket and basically being told to leave if I didn’t like it. This is now just another reason WP Engine may lose more customers or have to upgrade.
It may differ from author to author depending on whether you have chosen to be 100% exclusive or not. The exclusivity is expressly supposed to prevent the offering of any version on a site other than Envato’s isn’t it?
You should probably contact support directly rather than rely on anyone else’s unofficial answer or wait for them to reply here. Every author case / scenario may be different / handled on a individual basis.