Very nice indeed.
...and yes I know this sucks, it was my FIRST page based on 960.gs. Which is when I started getting better.
Wait, didn’t you ask if you should submit this? Probably a good idea to submit the items your proud of and avoid the ones that suck. The reviewers are pretty strict, and if you think it’s crap, they almost certainly will too.
Just a heads up to those who have contacted me regarding EnvatoTracker not working due to the url issue. Something in the Edge API url format must have changed breaking the way EnvatoTracker pulled data. It has been fixed, and the source and installer downloads have been updated to 5.3.
Download from http://www.cjfay.com/2009/05/01/envatotracker-sales-notifier-windows/ and simply re-run the installer over your existing one. If you’d like to retain your configuration options set from before, make sure to back up your config.ini in the app directory.
Let me know if anyone has any questions.
I seriously need to find some time to finish my next theme…
Happy Holidays indeed! It’s 7am and my wife and I are waiting for our 3 year old son to wake up – always thought it would be the other way around!
Hope 2011 is a good year for all!Thanks to Envato for a great 2010 year of development supply!
Haha nice – our kids didn’t wake up until 9. Nice to sleep in a bit after a full night of assembling kids toys
Happy holidays everyone!
Oh, and i have one off-this-topic question, but i don’t want to spam the forums with new topic for that…. Is it somehow possible to install both IE7 and IE8 on your PC? I am currently using some app called “ie tester”, but i am not really sure that it renders the page exactly like IE 7 would… BTW I am running win 7
I definitely prefer using a vm for testing old versions of ie natively. Running a golden oldie, Win XP Home SP2 for all pre ie 8 version testing within Virtualbox, which I prefer far more than VMWare or any other option (so easy and light on the mem/proc)