I think you’ll get better response if you can give more details such as the nature and purpose of partnership, the work involved etc. I’m sure potential partners would like to know your capabilities and the details of how the collaboration works before they can decide whether they would want to work with you.
Thanks and good luck.
I wonder what could have caused this problem when the ‘Shop’ page is showing the products / categories (i.e. works normally) and the permalink is set to default? Every page works except the Categories / Tags archive pages for WooCommerce products which will only show “No products found which match your selection.”
The products are set to be visible in both ‘Catalog and Search’ but it only appears on search results and ‘Shop’, but not the catalog (in either categories or tags).
Your input to this is deeply appreciated.
While I do welcome changes, the new design seems to make the header look more cluttered and more difficult to scan through the text.
Really cool! This reminds me of another plugin which changes an element’s colour based on the colour of the underlying background / element.
Great job! However, the issues mentioned by some other members in the first few pages are still there for me using a monitor with 1280px width (see the image below).
It seems the slide input fields will exceed the available width, but making my browser screen smaller or zooming out (to simulate larger width) would solve the problem, so I guess it’s a problem with the values used for media queries. The problem with the title and description is also there as well (but only for Home Settings, other tabs are fine), for the same reason, I think.
Anyway, you’ve done a really good job. I think I’ll use it in my next item. Keep it up
PS : I’m using latest Firefox in Windows 8, if that might help to troubleshoot
I wanted to take a look, but the site has been loading forever and I don’t know whether it even works (waited for more than 5 minutes and still seeing the yellow box at the centre of the screen).
Perhaps that’s the first thing you should consider fixing. I doubt buyers are that patient when they want to take a look at the live preview.
LuisFaus saidI have to agree with Luis. Being a neighbour of Thailand (and knowing people who live there), I think Thai people are quite friendly towards tourists / foreigners compared to people in most other countries. Although you might read some news about their ‘riot’ (especially recently in Bangkok), it’s actually more like a large festival and they won’t purposely harm foreigners / tourists.
If you value your life don’t move, Thailand is a very corrupt country and they treat killing, robbing foreigners like a business. Do you own research, otherwise you may end up as the many foreigners that apparently go on vacation to “kill themselves” by jumping from the roof with their hands/legs tied up.
This a rather high point of discussion really; Corruption is everywhere in every country of the world. Here is just more “open” to the public. To get threatened you must either done a very bad thing like “loose face” or end up not paying the “bar fine”. The robbing part it certainly depends where the hell you go at night, but I have walked in the slums of Bangkok at 4am and I certainly feel safer than in some streets of London or Spain.
The foreigners that are found tied up and “suicided” have obviously crossed up with either mafia or made a fatal mistake with them. Its not common, but its well known. If you see an scorpion tatoo, turn away. Or if by instance, one like drugs, this is not the country to live in.But all and all, Thailand is by far of greater living standards than the whole of Europe.
Of course, the general safety precaution of traveling still applies (i.e. don’t walk alone in a dark alley etc.), but I think if you behave like a normal citizen / tourist and don’t cause any problems, Thailand is considered quite safe for foreigners and many people like that place for its low living cost. If it were that bad, it can’t be one of the top tourist destinations in the region / world.
I guess they probably want to have this kind of template / theme but the design isn’t ‘up to par’ yet. I have to say, your design is probably a bit too ‘cluttered’. Try having some negative space, vary the font size / type (to have a better ‘visual flow’) because I don’t know where should I be looking at upon landing at the page.
Anyway, good luck getting accepted.
greenline saidWell, in simpler terms, NAS is an external hard-disk connected through LAN which you can place it anywhere in the house, as long as there’s power and data cable (or WiFi for some models). WD does have NAS for business and consumer : http://www.wdc.com/en/products/business/networkstorage/
AndrVlad saidWhat’s a NAS? My husband (a videographer) could use that one
If you want to count more precisely – count median size multiplied by items count per each marketplace and per each category. I guess item size varies significantly depend on the marketplace and sometimes between categories on the same marketplace. For example it’s hard to sum Photodune and Videohive items without any weighting.
I’m on Videohive and my uploaded items lately are around 600-800 mb per item average. So my guess Envato shall have at least 1000 Tb.
P.S. Just bought NAS and have around 14Tb of effective storage in RAID 6.
So 1000Tb does not sounds as something extremely big anymore.
For me, I’m using My Book Live Duo as backup for my personal files (photos, work etc.). It’s easy to set-up, just plug in the cables and it will work.