madeinwp saidBecause it’s easier for support to keep track of your problem if you reply to that initial support ticket in which you were informed of the takedown.
Siddharth saidHi Siddharth, thank you for you reply. I have sent a support ticket, what are other things I need to do, or other faster ways to contact the support? Because no any replies until now.
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The poll idea is a good way to get feedback. Try sending it via a newsletter or host it on your support forum so only your customers will answer.
Snow so high I can barely open the house door…. -20 C degrees…. I hate winter!!!!
They should give you that community superstar badge for life!
You can do this with the WordPress e-commerce plugin, Jigoshop or WooCommerce.
I did a similar site (for shoes) with Jigoshop.
After further review I don’t like the logo at all. It’s the font you used.
Judging by the rest of the design I guess you could do better.
Graphic-Studio saidHe probably compressed the source with a plugin. No biggie here. Just hope he does not submit it minified.
When I view the Source Code it looks kind of messy, it needs line breaks and easily findable comments to easily make changes.
Graphic-Studio saidI agree with that. Wayyyyy to much whitespace up top.
Also there seems to be too much white (blank) space in the header area.
+ I kinda like it. But. My opinion is that you’d need to increase the wrapper padding. The transition area from the background to the text is way to narrow.
Well, most of the companies I worked for used a closed WP installation for all internal procedures. Another one used Wiki Web Help – http://wikiwebhelp.org (very fast loading). Depends on what you need. WWH is only for smaller docs.
WordPress may be a little bit slow, but I found it easier to work with in larger docs thanks to its sidebar widgets for related content and easier menu controls.
A WP -stored documentation also allows you for password-protected access and WYSIWYG editing. This means that if you would ever allow clients to view it, you can control which of them gain access to it. The WYSIWYG editing is also easier in larger and more complex content. Writing HTML can be a downer for larger text.
As I said. Depends on what you need.
Password protected access?
Clients need access too?
Nice design? (doubt it)
Portable? (SQLite or flat-file based)
Just list your needs and I’ll gladly recommend one, tow or more.