Posts by bradgriffin

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bradgriffin says

Someone who’s really good at making plugins should make one for all of us who are [really]SICK[/really] of Rev Slider and similar sliders. It would be a plain background hero unit with scrolling text. Lemme see if I can think of an example….this might take a while. Oh, wait. Here we go: https://revaxarts.com/ BOOM Please make a simple plugin that’ll let folks use ONE background image, and allow the text to change like this homepage. Please? Please.

PLEASE!

ok, thanks! :-)

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bradgriffin says

meh… It could be! Wanna show me some previous work?

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bradgriffin says

Specifically what I’m looking for is the ability of onmouseover pan / zoom to the appropriate location when they hover their mouse over one of our locations that would be text on the left side of the map.

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bradgriffin says
http://www.jackrabbitselfstorage.com/ Hover over the menu item of “Locations” Anyone want to help me $$ duplicate that function?
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bradgriffin says

Not much of a forum visitor, but I thought I’d throw this out here and see what happens. Instead of all these sliders, can someone make a plugin that does the cool “text / typing” effect? It’s got static text that says something like “Brad is a” _ “mess”. And then the underlined part is a work

....crap. Now that I go looking for an example I can’t find one.

Kinda like http://demo.enginethemes.com/qaengine/ I believe you crazy fun lovin’ kids are calling it the “HERO” area, correct? Anywho. I’d like to see a plugin that’ll let a person type in the text that they want to be static, then the optional text that they’d like to …”cycle” as well. Maybe give it some options of a static image or video background.

Need anymore description, or if you’d like to post an example [that I can’t seem to find], post it below. I’m subscribing to the notifications so I’ll get the message.

Thanks! -Brad

26 posts
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bradgriffin says
26 posts
  • Has been a beta tester for an Envato feature
  • Has collected 10+ items on Envato Market
  • Located in United States
  • Has been part of the Envato Community for over 2 years
bradgriffin says

Not much of a forum visitor, but I thought I’d throw this out here and see what happens. Instead of all these sliders, can someone make a plugin that does the cool “text / typing” effect?

....crap. Now that I go looking for an example I can’t find one.

Kinda like http://demo.enginethemes.com/qaengine/ I believe you crazy fun lovin’ kids are calling it the “HERO” area, correct?

Anywho. I’d like to see a plugin that’ll let a person type in the text that they want to be static, then the optional text that they’d like to …”cycle” as well. Maybe give it some options of a static image or video background.

Need anymore description, or if you’d like to post an example [that I can’t seem to find], post it below. I’m subscribing to the notifications so I’ll get the message.

Thanks! -Brad

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bradgriffin says

And there in lies the quagmire for everyone. The authors I’ve worked with in the past have a huge dilemma when they choose to include a plugin like Revolution Slider (just using it as an example). If they do, a good percentage of their support forums suddenly fill up with questions that have little to do with their theme. Instead of support for their theme, they wind up spending a significant (sometimes very significant) amount of time responding to support requests for the Revolution Slider (or whatever other plugin they choose to include). And, since a significant amount of the best selling themes have premium plugins attached, people buy them more.

So, @FinalDestiny… If you’ve put together a theme using x.x.x version of jquery, NHP Theme Options Framework, Gmap3, Isotope, or FlexSlider and all those additions, which you did not author come out with updates, you’re saying your NOT going to update your theme, NOT going to log into your Envato backend, launch the Mandril email updates, and let all your buyers know about your update?

If the answer is Yes, bravo. If however the answer is ‘No’, well…. that’s even a better reason for buyers to be (very)</very> loyal to certain authors.

So can we all resolve that formatting a reply in a forum is actually a great way to make your reply look clean and neat? No? Well darn! What about having a license for the plugin that goes out with each theme purchase? perhaps even a ‘as-is’ license that allows a buyer to receive current updates w/out access to support forums?

Thoughts?

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bradgriffin says

If it’s not the theme author’s responsibility to push updates, then why do I keep getting them? They included the plugins in their theme purchase, right?

Are you saying that if there is an update to a premium plugin that the theme author included in their theme, that they should NOT be obligated to push out a notification / update to those that have purchased their theme?

Ok, fine. Let’s run with that scenario:

Let me say this again: If the theme author includes premium plugins as a part of their theme, then the purchaser of the theme needs to receive direct access to those plugins to receive the updates directly from the plugin author.

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bradgriffin says

b/c I’ve found the ticket solution yields a canned reply.

...and nothing else.

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