I just got a 1star rating because the client did not unzip the package before installing my wordpress plugin. He was trying to install the zip file with the documentation and screenshots included… He got upset and gave me rage 1 stars.
Ruining my 3 months work in a second. Somehow these very low ratings must be reviewed…
I absolutely agree. A good example is the joomla extensions directory: http://extensions.joomla.org/
Nobody can rate without giving proper feedback, and the author is able to respond, and the user is able to modify his review or delete it. This is very effective! I’m sure, that many authors get the “1 star” without any reason. Helping the customer, who already rated 1 star after buying the product and not being able to read the instructions or ask for help before rating, is a waste of time.. A rating system this simple would change everything.
In my previous project I needed a jQuery plugin for element rotation (mainly divs) but I haven’t found any on the webs, so I had to create one for myself.
Normally it wouldn’t take much effort in jQuery with the css method, butThis one works with ie7 and ie8 as well.
If somebody else needs it, here it is:
Hopefully this can save some time and nerves for some of you
Sounds great, but I have a question though. Should we use the twitter bootstrap or any other is ok? I’m not familiar with this topic, but I’m really interested