I think you better contact support about this: http://support.envato.com/
But what WebSmacket says seems to be truth. Recently an old thread came back to life about similar situation.
Really sorry about this… I keep finding interesting stuff ever since you opened this thread. I know it’s somewhat unrelated to your initial question, but thought you guys might enjoy watching this regardless http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2itwFJCgFQ
If you’d like me to stop, please let me know.p.s: this is not completely off-topic, as the last Quad is carrying a gopro haha
Really amazing stuff! Thanks for sharing the link!
I need a new hoobie, but this seems a quite expensive one, no? (the chopper + camara) Correct me if I’m wrong
Surprised to see that most users are using Windows!
I use windows myself, windows 7 to be precise. Not that I like it that much, but I’ve been using windows all my life basically. Design/Coding using Dreamweaver and Sublime Text 2 mostly, running a Wamp localserver.
But my low budget Asus is in need of replacement, and I am thinking of changing to MAC though. But still need some convincing..
Congrats! Hope you make it to the next level fast! Good Luck With Sales! Cheers
Nice! Good times for the BRL (Real)!Not so good times if you want to change your USD to EUR http://www.google.com/finance?q=USDEUR
It really is amazing how the same amount of money means different things in different countries.
bombernet, boa sorte! Espero que os teus projetos sejam aprovados!
This is awesome! Getting a taste of the 70% will be nice!
Another thread that will get locked?
Anyway, I also have a plugin on my portfolio that does this
First. More simple
sevenspark saidthis solved all the similar problems I add from clients.
Assuming you attached your wp_enqueue_script() call to the right action hook, the theme probably forgot to include wp_head() or wp_footer() in its header.php and/or footer.php. In that case the action to print header/footer scripts would never be called.
If he can’t add this lines of code himself, and doesn’t give you admin access… then… not much more you can do
Yes, I say ‘Thank you for purchasing my plugin’. I don’t think it’s a cliche. Like many have said, I really am thankful Usually, when they contact me because they found an issue or a bug, I also say something along the lines «I’m Sorry for this setback, (etc) ». I think it’s polite and makes sense.