Featured system sucks big time here on envato, for items as well. It almost like someone can be subscribed to the featured areas while others can only dream about this big advantage. Even random system would be much better.
Seems ok to me, thanks for fixing this horror.
Check my file managment script, it works with user roles but each user can have its own folder so admin could drop those files to appropriate user folders. You would have duplicate files tho.
HeidiSQL for localhost and phpMyAdmin for online databases
You can use groups and pages features in my social networking script to achieve this
Git @ BitBucket here, switched from GitHub paid account few weeks ago, used SVN before but switched to Git for better branching. Any version control is better then not having one.
I hate chrome because in the beginning it was as fast as notepad++ but nowadays is takes forever to load from scratch.
For the past few months I have been working on a social networking php script and I would like to share my thoughts with you guys now.
I called it SocialStrap and it’s packed with many features:
User Profiles with 4-tier Follow system, Posts & Timeline, Groups, Pages, Private Messages, Comments, Likes, Images, Albums, User Roles (Guest/User/Subscriber/Reviewer/Admin), Posts Security (Friends/F&Followers/Everyone/Public), Search Profiles/Posts, Facebook integration (login and share), YouTube posts, Hashtags, Notifications email/popup, Crowd-sourced Reports/Review Reports, Complex Friends Suggestions, Translatable Interface, Themes, ReCaptcha, Ad Slots, Cookie Invitations, Rich Admin Panel and many more…
Technology behind SocialStrap: PHP 5.2+, Zend Framework 1.12, Bootstrap3, PDO Database Driver, Amazon S3 or Local Filesysten Storage (for images), mail() or smtp, bcrypt passwords (phpass lib, MD5 fallback)
You can try it here: http://www.socialstrap.net
What do you think about price range for this script?
Do you see some important features missing?
Thanks in advance!