We get that part already conceptcoding… We were wondering about achieving the same thing WITHOUT having the hash (#) in the URL . It’d be nice if this was allowed on the same domain, so that wouldn’t help phishers. For example, i shouldn’t be allowed to change my domain from email.com to bankofamerica.com… but i SHOULD be allowed to change from email.com to email.com/inbox without having to refresh the page. It’d be a neat feature. Hash tags work just fine for now though, although using hash tags prevent me from going to email.com from email.com/#inbox. From email.com/#inbox i MUST go to email.com/# if i wish NOT to refresh the page. There’s no way to go back to email.com (without #) without refreshing the page.
Check that article on the MDC I linked, you can push new URLs to the browser, provided they are on the same domain.
Also check pjax out, it’s what Github developed & are using to simplify pushState + AJAX . I think probably the best use of pushState I’ve seen so far is their file browser.
well, i believe that it doesn’t matter. it works cross system. They are suppose to be releasing tools to make new custom levels as well and I am going to check that out
That’s only across PS3 and PC, and PSN is down as Sony work out the best way to announce losing 60 million accounts worth of personal data.
It’s a really good game anyway, got up slightly early for the release and got a free Valve complete pack for getting a golden potato. Probably the first game in a long while that’s lived up to its hype for me. Shame about the lack of re-playability though.
but in my firebug it shows the complete ul with every tweets, maybe that’s why the script doesn’t apply.
What are you using to load the tweets in with?
It sounds like you might be running revaxarts script before they have loaded, you’ll probably have to pass is as a callback to be executed after they have loaded.
I think the reason extended liscenses are more favourable over at graphic river or code canyon is because they are oftentimes things you’d use again and again in projects whereas I can’t see people using a web template again and again. There’s clearly exceptions because it’s happend, so congratulations. I think. $1000 in one sale is sick, I’m so jealous lol.
The extended license multiplier at CC/GR is much less as well (or it was, last time I looked). I’d say that’s a much bigger bearing on the rate of sales.
That’s great that they added under there… but you don’t just make something disappear that users have been using for YEARS to figure out on their own where it is… it’s a bad idea and a HUGE UX faux pas…
That link has always been there. I’ve never used the button on the homepage to get to the popular files.
Yeah, I posted this in the joke thread first. You’re going to have to read it again.
1) Run the Great North run for Help for Heroes
2) Read more around computer science
3) Finish up the unfished projects and sites I have sitting on my laptop.
4) Finish up the gems I’ve started and get them released!
5) Make more money this year
6) Have an awesome year and take each day as it comes.